Vinny Guadagnino is apologizing profusely after the rap song he posted online - featuring lyrics about him pretend-raping strippers - did not exactly go over well.
The Jersey Shore star has issued a formal apology for the rap, which he posted Wednesday morning but took down before we could even download the masterpiece.
Probably a good idea.
Vinny helps us remember how to spell his ridiculously long surname.
"I'd like to apologize for the rap," Seabiscuit wrote on his blog. "Was meant to be a funny take on an already 'dirty' song, funny since I'm known as the 'good boy'."
"I am 100 percent against violence of any kind. I work with many organizations to stop violence and bullying, and will continue to. It's something I strongly believe in."
"I am very, very sorry to anyone I've offended."
Lesson learned: Do not joke about raping strippers, or slavery, or the Holocaust, or murdering your son if he talks in a "gay" voice. Possibly a little over the top.
[Photo: Pacific Coast News]