The Jersey Shore cast reacted to the demolition of Karma, a club from the early seasons of the show. Snooki and The Situation tweeted about their memories and feelings about the club being torn down. The club faced difficulties and was shut down in 2018 after the castmembers started families and moved on.
The Jersey Shore cast reacts to the demolition of their beloved club Karma in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, after its liquor license was revoked in 2018.
The popular Jersey Shore club, Karma, was demolished on December 27, leaving the cast of ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’ with mixed emotions. Former patrons like Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi took to social media to express their feelings about the club’s demolition. Snooki shared a TikTok video where she feigned tears and expressed her dismay at the club’s destruction, while The Situation humorously tweeted about the situation.
Karma was a central location for the Jersey Shore cast in the early seasons of the show. However, the club faced difficulties and was eventually shut down in 2018 after reports of underage drinking led to the revocation of its liquor license. The club had become an iconic part of the show, with several cast members recalling memories of wild nights at the two-story venue.
While some may have fond memories of Karma’s early days, Seaside Heights Mayor Tony Vaz described the later years as a “hectic situation.” Despite the demolition, the former site of Karma is set to be redeveloped to house a mixed-use condominium building, signaling the end of an era.
The demise of Karma marks the end of a significant chapter in the history of Jersey Shore and serves as a reminder of the impact the show had on pop culture. It remains to be seen whether the new condominium building will pay homage to the iconic club in any way.