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Days after their nasty split unfolded on social media, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley are focusing on their 1-month-old daughter Ariana Sky.

A source tells PEOPLE that the Jersey Shore star and his ex “are speaking civilly and trying to make sure Ariana has the best life possible.”

“They are going to have to work out the visitation stuff once the dust settles,” the source adds.

As for whether there’s hope for a reconciliation? That remains to be seen, but according to the source, Ortiz-Magro, 32, “just wants to do his best for the baby.”

“That’s where his heart is at,” says the source.

Over the weekend, a bitter feud erupted on social media between Ortiz-Magro and Harley, who had been dating for over a year and welcomed their first child together April 3.

The drama, which played out on their Instagram stories on Sunday, began when Ortiz-Magro alleged in a series of posts that his girlfriend was keeping “sex videos” with an ex.

“Note to self, can’t turn a natural born HOE, into a HOUSEWIFE, if you find them in the gutter then leave them in the gutter,” he wrote. “Not all people can be saved when they are so far gone. All you can say you did ur best and keep it moving.”

Harley, who is also mom to son Mason from a previous relationship, shot back in her own Instagram story, writing, “Can’t turn a coke head into a father!”

On Monday, the tension escalated when Harley went live on Instagram in the middle of an argument between the two.

“Put your hands on me again,” Ortiz-Magro could be heard saying in the background. “Seriously?” she replied.

“Put your f—ing hands on me again,” he said. “I dare you. I f—ing dare you.”

Ortiz-Magro then approached Harley and apparently tried to wrestle the phone out of her hand as she yelled, “stop.”

According to the source, the altercation was “blown out of proportion.”

“They had a verbal dispute, it happens in relationships,” the source says. “He found a video that he didn’t want to see and got upset about it.”

“He’s getting labeled as this bad guy when he really isn’t,” the source continues. “He’s stressed and doesn’t want people to look at him in a bad light.”

The new father has since apologized for the altercation.

“I want to apologize to my family, friends and fans,” he said in a statement Monday evening. “This is a private matter that should have never been made public. I remain focused on my daughter and she is my number one priority.”

On Wednesday, Harley shared the first photo of the estranged couple’s daughter.

“Baby girl is 1 month old today!” she captioned the photo. “Having a daughter is such an amazing feeling, changes your whole outlook on life and how you want to be as a person, I love this girl more than anything and just want to be the best mom I can be to her. #mylovemylifemyeverything #mamasgirl#angelbaby #1monthold #arianasky.”

As for Ortiz-Magro’s MTV costars? They support him wholeheartedly.

“Out of respect for him and his family, he’s not here, so we don’t want to speak on his behalf,” Pauly “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio, 37, said during a Wednesday appearance on The View to promote the newly rebooted Jersey Shore Family Vacation. “But we are one big family, so we love and support each other in everything that we do.”

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The talk was sprinkled with a few fun facts and surprise appearances. Smith revealed that the dreadlocks he cut off and took to an award show are now encased in a clear box at his parents’ house, and rapper Fat Joe stood up at one point to thank Fieg for the free Kith product and congratulate Smith on his work. But they also offered some insight for retailers, brands and designers attempting to navigate the changing industry. Here are highlights from the talk:
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“Where I am right now is like walking around in a pair of shoes and they look fly and you love them, but they are too small. Well, actually, they are too big now. It’s not too big. I don’t want to say that, but the business is a lot bigger than I imagined,” Fieg said in an interview at Kith’s brand new SoHo office in Manhattan, which is a stone’s throw away from its recently opened store on Lafayette Street and a couple of floors above Kering’s New York headquarters. “I’m always uncomfortable because I’ve never been here before. There is no formula. There is no guideline.

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Rest in Peace, Ronnie Gilbert

Ronnie Gilbert, an original member of the legendary folk group, the Weavers, died today (June 7) at the age of 88. While the prodigiously talented Pete Seeger was clearly the most noted member of the group (Fred Hellerman and Lee Hays were the other two members), it was Ronnie Gilbert who gave the Weavers their lyrical elegance.

While Gilbert could be as playful and whimsical as the rest of the gang, her contralto voice projected a haunting solemnity that stood out. Listen to her segment on the Weaver’s version of the great Leadbelly song, “Goodnight, Irene.” Her voice is so achingly “declarative,” it’s heartbreaking. Wonderful song, terrific singer. (Fun fact: Ken Kesey’s book, Sometimes a Great Notion, takes its title from a Goodnight, Irene lyric.)

The daughter of Eastern European Jewish immigrants, Gilbert was born and raised in New York City. Her mother was a seamstress (just as the iconic Mary “Mother Jones” Harris was) and labor union advocate, and her father was a factory worker. Gilbert once said that it was listening to the “subversive” lyrics of Paul Robeson on the radio, when she was a kid, that inspired her to become a folk singer.

Anyone conversant in Cold War history and its attendant “Red Scare,” is aware of what happened to the Weavers (formed in 1948). Suspecting this folk group of being too “leftwing,” the merchants of hatred and fear, led by Senator Joseph McCarthy, smeared them as “Communists” and had them blacklisted.

Despite their hit songs (Goodnight, Irene, Wimoweh, On Top of Old Smokey, Kisses Sweeter Than Wine, et al), they were banned from appearing on radio or television, and their recording contract with Decca Records was abruptly cancelled. They went from being one of the most popular post-war groups to being almost totally ostracized, all the result of America’s ideological ignorance and hypocrisy.

Basically, the Weavers were destroyed. The group formally disbanded in 1953. But even with the ruination of her music career, the irrepressible Ronnie Gilbert went on to become a fully committed social activist and organizer, traveling to Cuba, in 1961, and visiting Paris, France, in the turbulent year of 1968. She later earned a master’s degree in psychology and became a psychotherapist.

When I was a kid, a friend’s parents took me to a Pete Seeger concert in Pasadena, California. These people were folk music aficionados, owning records by Odetta, Baez, Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly, etc. Of course, by this time the Weavers had long since been dissolved and Seeger was working as a solo performer.

During the show (which he performed on a homemade banjo), Seeger made a couple of memorable announcements. The first was addressed to Ronnie Gilbert. Without any explanation or introductory words, he issued a shout-out to her, wishing her “good luck.” Apparently, she was either recovering from an illness or had been laid low by some personal problem; we had no idea. In any event, at the mention of Ronnie’s name, the audience cheered.

The second thing Seeger did was remind us that when you write a song, you have no idea where it will wind up, which made it analogous, in his words, to “raising a child.” He said the next song was one he had written but hadn’t bothered to copyright. Still, its success had made him as happy as a “proud parent.”

He then proceeded to sing, “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” (which became a big hit by the Kingston Trio). When the audience heard the opening chords, they cheered wildly.

Celebrity activists are to be commended. After all, it would be a lot easier to sit poolside and count their money than to march in a rally or travel to a Third World country and promote a cause. But it’s even more impressive when this “activism” is done by celebs who aren’t millionaires, and is done without fanfare or the expectation of praise. Rest in peace, Ronnie Gilbert. You done good.

David Macaray is a playwright and author. His latest book is, Night Shift: 270 Factory Stories.

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