Patrizia Mirigliani “Miriana Trevisan? She is not the woman for Nicola Pisu” / That’s why

Patrizia Mirigliani “Miriana Trevisan? She is not the woman for Nicola Pisu” / That’s why
Patrizia Mirigliani “Miriana Trevisan? She is not the woman for Nicola Pisu” / That’s why

Patrizia Mirigliani, the mother of Nicola Pisu, goes back to talking about the relationship between the son and Miriana Trevisan. AInside the house of Big Brother Vip 2021, a feeling was born between Miriana and nicola that, so far, has led to kisses and hugs. However, if Nicola continues to declare himself in love hoping to have a future with her, Miriana continues to have many doubts. In recent days, the showgirl admitted to feeling, in a few moments, the age difference between her and Nicola and lately it seems to have taken a step back.

In an interview with the microphones of the weekly Nuovo Tv, Patrizia Mirigliani so she went back to talking about Miriana Trevisan who does not consider the right woman for her son based on what she saw on TV.

Patrizia Mirigliani, the words about Miriana Trevisan and her son Nicola Pisu

After meeting her son Nicola twice in the house of Big Brother Vip 2021, Patrizia Mirigliani returns to talk about her relationship with Miriana Trevisan, revealing her opinion in this regard. “THEn truth I don’t think they are very compatible. In my opinion Miriana is not the right woman for my son Nicola. I don’t see them in tune, but I have nothing against her. […] My child’s problems with addictions? Let’s say it’s a drama that has its roots in its insecurity fueled by the lack of a father figure and bullying “, he has declared.

In the interview with Nuovo TV, moreover, Mirigliani criticized the attitude of some competitors who, in the house, would continue to make fun of their son Nicola Pisu, struggling with an injury. “

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