The teaser was posted on the group's official Instagram account on Wednesday, showcasing Gia along with fellow members, Alexa Maetta and Cristianna Cardinale, dancing on stage in a front of a group of fans. The clip definitely promises a lot of booty shaking.
Radar Online stirred up a bit of controversy after the short video was posted by claiming that prison-bound Teresa spent $10,000 behind the scenes to make the music video a reality. With Joe having to pay $414,000 in restitution to the banks, that is a hefty sum to spend.
However, E! News sources told another story. They said, "The Radar story is totally off base. The video only cost $5,000 to make and it was all paid for by Xist Talent, the girls' management company. None of the parents put money in."
The other issue that had many fans up in arms was the young girls' wardrobe, because they are seen wearing booty shorts, crop tops and bustiers. The insider also debunked that claim by sharing, "As for the outfits, they're dance costumes. There's nothing inappropriate about them. All the girls and their parents were thrilled with the way the video came out."
The one happy note seems to be that music is giving Gia a place to deal with all of the turmoil happening in the family.
The source summed up, "For Gia, it gives her something positive to focus on despite all the trouble her parents are going through. It's an outlet for her."
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