Miami Social Photo Op: Is There Such a Thing as Bad Publicity?

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The Internets seem to be at a consensus about Miami Social, which premieres tonight at 10 on Bravo: It sucks. But perhaps the people who feel the most angered are those of us who call ourselves Miamians, because the cast members embody so many of the things we hate about this city: vanity, narcissism, stupidity... well, we can keep going on. So is the cast of Miami Social perhaps the most hated group of people in Miami right now? Fortunately for them, Castro is always going to come out on top.

Anyway, we received the above photo in our inbox. It was taken at the premiere party inside Louis at the Gansevoort South this past July 9. In the email, Bravo's PR people had the audacity to call the show a "docu-series." Seriously.

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