Pot Puss has been making headlines lately, thanks to Real Housewives of New Jersey newcomer Margaret Josephs. But what exactly is this controversial hobby, and why is it causing such a stir?
According to Josephs, Pot Puss is a term she and her husband use for their shared love of growing plants and flowers in pots. However, the term has also been interpreted as a sexual innuendo involving marijuana, leading many to question Josephs' motives and judgment.
The controversy surrounding Pot Puss has only been amplified by social media, with fans and castmates alike weighing in on the issue. Some see it as harmless fun, while others view it as inappropriate and offensive.
Josephs' feud with costar Siggy Flicker has only added fuel to the fire, with Flicker criticizing Josephs for her use of the term and accusing her of being insensitive to those struggling with addiction.
Meanwhile, fellow cast member Teresa Giudice has been making waves of her own with her candid revelations about her sex life while her husband Joe serves his prison sentence.
Despite the controversy, Josephs remains unapologetic about her hobby and her use of the term Pot Puss. She even made headlines recently for gifting her castmates with pots of flowers as a peace offering.
As the original star returns to The Real Housewives of New Jersey as a "friend" of the cast for season 8, premiering Wednesday on Bravo, it remains to be seen how Pot Puss will continue to play out in the ongoing drama.
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