AceShowbiz - Despite their split, Teresa Giudice took to her social media account to honor her ex-husband Joe Giudice on Father's Day. In the stweet message, "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star shared a loving picture of Joe joined by their four daughters, Gia (19), Gabriella (16), Milania (15) and Audriana (11).
"Happy Fathers Day @joe.giudice The girls miss you today & everyday!" so Teresa captioned the picture, which featured them twinning in white outfits. Replying to the post, Joe wrote in the comment section, "Thank you for being my angels, for showing the [globe emoji] you are my superstars!!! #bestdaughters #thankyoubestmomever."
While most fans left gushing comments underneath the post, someone opted to criticize Joe, who is currently in his native Italy after being released from a federal prison. "failed father, two of the four will end up on the pole no doubt," the person commented.
It didn't take long for Joe to come with a clapback. "please remove your self off Teresa page! Although, Pole dancing is is [sic] respectful job!" he wrote in his response to the hater. "My girls have chosen different career paths momma @teresagiudice got it under control!! We going for 4/5 success on point! #daughtersonpoint #mydaughterssuccess #motivatedmindset," he continued.
Although they live separately, Joe tries his best to keep his relationship with his daughters. "Teresa and Joe’s daughters had plans to visit Joe this August for about a week before school starts," a source previously told HollywoodLife.com. “The girls and Joe cannot wait and now that things are slowly starting to open up, they’re feeling excited and hopeful."
It was said that Joe wanted to show his daughters his new apartment. "Joe had just moved into a new apartment a week before Italy was put on lockdown. He really likes his new place," the source continued. Joe allegedly has also "been busy lately re-doing Teresa's father’s home in Italy and is going to be doing more construction in the near future," referring to Giacinto "Nonno" Gorga, who passed away on April 3.