Holy battle of the abs! Abercrombie &Fitch is asking Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino to stop sporting its clothing on the hit reality show, Jersey Shore.
Citing concerns that Sorrentino “could cause significant damage to our image," Abercrombie said the company is willing to pay The Situation "substantially" to quit wearing its clothes. The same offer was made to Sorrentino’s castmates on the hit show, all of whom have yet to respond.
Just last year the clothing retailer sold a "The Fitchuation" T-shirt, aiming to capitalize on Sorrentino's now-famous abdomen. But when Sorrentino donned a pair of the company's bright green, heavily branded sweatpants on a recent episode, the teen outfitter apparently had had enough. Which means the world's most famous six-pack won't be appearing on Abercrombie bags any time soon.