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Snooki: You can change!

Published 29/05/2015

Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi
Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi

Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi doesn’t believe her past as a “drunk slob” should deter people from buying her new healthy lifestyle book, Strong is the New Sexy: A Kick A** Memoir.

The 27-year-old star became famous for her drunken antics on former MTV reality show Jersey Shore, but she now advocates exercise and other healthy habits.

And Snooki, who is a mother of two, doesn’t believe her alcohol-fuelled past should prevent people from buying her new lifestyle book Strong is the New Sexy: A Kick A** Memoir.

A fan on Instagram slammed the star’s tome, writing in a message on the picture-sharing website: “No matter how much people change, I find it hard to take a (sic) advice on living a positive life from someone who use to pee outside of their house and face plant into the sand because they were so wasted. Smh. (sic)”.

Snooki responded to the statement by sharing a screengrab of the comment on her own Instagram account. And in the caption the star claimed she supports anyone who is willing to make an effort to change for the better.

“This is the perfect example of why I wanted to write my new book. What I did 6 years ago at 21 doesn't define who I am today, nor will I take sh*t from a stranger who doesn't know who I am (sic),” the reality star wrote, signing off the message with two pink heart emojis. “Rise above the hate, the judgmental people, and live the best, healthy positive life that you can. Of course you are going to be a drunk slob at some point in your life, but you grow older and wiser and learn what's important in life. I've done that and my kids are my world. I work out, I'm a strong, happy mom and I want to show you that you can change and become a better person, regardless of the nay Sayers that say you can't. Sorry girl for using you as an example, but you asked for it. XOOX love yourself and stay positive, no matter what!”

Strong is the New Sexy: A Kick A** Memoir reaches shelves this fall.

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