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'Mob Wives Chicago': Pia Grows Tired Of Keeping Nora's Stripper Past Secret (VIDEO)

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'Mob Wives Chicago': Nora And Pia Fight Over Nora's Secret Past As A Stripper Alongside Pia (VIDEO)
'Mob Wives Chicago': Nora And Pia Fight Over Nora's Secret Past As A Stripper Alongside Pia (VIDEO)

Another week of "Mob Wives Chicago" (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on VH1), another fight involving Nora. But this time, it was over one of her own personal secrets. While Pia going on and on about her problems with Renee, she realized that some of the problems came from Renee's disapproval of Pia's past work as a stripper.

What Renee didn't now was that Pia wasn't the only one, and she'd grown tired of keeping Nora's secret about her own past as a stripper. The two women had worked together, but Nora thinks that because she was doing it to pay for college, it was different.

During the argument, she also tried to differentiate her stripping experience by accusing Pia of offering "extra services" to some clients -- think "The Client List." That accusation officially put the two women at odds, and this show certainly loves when that happens.

See if anyone can remain friends as "Mob Wives: Chicago" continues Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on VH1.

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