Roger Mathews Uses Humor To Cope With His Divorce From 'Jersey Shore' Star J-Woww Farley: "My Wife Finds Me Repulsive"

Roger Mathews Uses Humor To Cope With His Divorce From 'Jersey Shore' Star J-Woww Farley: "My Wife Finds Me Repulsive"
Source: US Weekly

Roger Mathews has been completely transparent when it comes to how he feels about his wife, Jenni 'J-Woww' Farley, filing for divorce. The dad of two can often be found joking about him being a bad husband in his comment section.

Recently a fan account named Reality Ashole captured Roger's bizarre comment on a Samantha 'Sammi Sweetheart' Giancola Instagram photo.

Sammi revealed a 'fun fact' to her followers that her mom took the picture that she uploaded to which Mathews said: "Fun fact. My wife finds me repulsive."

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After taking a glance at his profile, this wasn't the first time that the New Jersey native overshared on social media.

Replying to a fan that called him an attentive dad, Roger said: "Thanks Luv. I was rated a 5 on the Dad's of America scale and came in a strong negative 14 on the husband scale."

On another fan comment that called Jenni trash, Mathews shot back with: "We both white trash, Jennis upstate  NY by the Hudson sortaa three headed nuclear fish kinda trash and I'm Main strait hillbilly, I f***** my cousin sorta trash. (Really really praying my cousin doesn't read this.) #Awkward."

The list of extremely personal comebacks go on and can be seen by anyone who scrolls down his account.

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It's not shocking that the pining husband is saying exactly what's on his mind because as soon as it was announced that the "Jersey Shore" star was calling it quits with her beau -- social media is where Roger went first to speak about it.

"My wife filed for divorce, it’s true. She just grew tired of the repetitive pattern that we fell into … and [it was] not a good one. … I’m not done fighting, I’m gonna win my wife back. I’m gonna win her affection back."

Do you think the way Jenni's estranged husband is handling things is appropriate? Should he publicly joke about the matter?

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  • Nancy
    Nancy Nov 15, 2018 8:41 AM PST

    I think it's great to have a man with a great sense of humor

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