Too bad, Chris and Andrew: Bella Cuomo is the best Cuomo
Bella Cuomo and her dad, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo. Getty Images for CNN
You are wasting your quarantine crushing on Chris and Andrew Cuomo.
I’m one level up: I’m “stanning” Chris’ eldest daughter’s wild videos on TikTok.
Bella Cuomo, the best Cuomo, is 17 years old and, like her father and uncle, she’s dedicated to sharing herself on camera during the coronavirus lockdown from her Hamptons home.
On her account @bellavcuomo, Bella is all over the Cuomo family drama. When Andrew and Chris squabbled on CNN over who their mom’s favorite child is, Bella got to the bottom of it. That’s right, the budding investigative reporter called in her Grandma Cuomo to set the record straight. Her dad, Chris, told his big brother to call their mom on national TV, but — bombshell — Andrew already had, according to Bella’s TikTok exposé.
When Uncle Andrew told Chris that his family would be OK when he was diagnosed with the virus, Bella backed him up on TikTok. “Bella will step up. So it’s all going to be fine,” the governor said to his baby bro.
And step up she did, from the floor to the corner of her bed. “See? Now it’s going to be fine,” she urged her 348,000 followers.
When her dad had to live in their basement while he was sick, Bella donned a homemade hazmat suit to go visit him. Her mom, Cristina, and brother Mario got infected, too. But Bella was safe in her bedroom, mocking boys who keep their genitals visible in their videos “by accident.”
Most of her content isn’t about her famous family. Besides the CNN studio set up in her ridiculously nice Southampton house, Bella is just another privileged, unfiltered teen.
Unlike the prim and proper Instagram pages of her Kennedy-Cuomo cousins, Bella is playing it fast and loose on TikTok. In this video, she gets her mom’s reaction while admitting to doing some wild antics.
As the princess of the Royal Family of New York, Bella is giving us a look inside the castle. It’s refreshing, it’s funny, it’s stupid. And I can’t look away.
Source : Marisa Dellatto Link