MAFS’ Michael and Martha hit back at Instagram haters

“Zero shame and zero f***s.”
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Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli aren’t newbies when it comes to naked Instagram pictures, but the former Married At First Sight stars are hitting back at critics following their latest post.

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On Tuesday, Martha uploaded a photo of herself and boyfriend Michael in bed, seemingly naked as they posed for the camera.

“Currently in bed eating a McDonald’s 70 cent cone and the apple is sitting on the bedside table with a bite mark. Moral of the story… life’s short eat the ice cream,” she captioned the photo.

And whilst many loved the snap plus Martha’s cheeky caption, others were less than impressed that the couple were posing nude once more.

“Currently in bed eating a McDonald’s 70 cent cone and the apple is sitting on the bedside table with a bite mark. Moral of the story… life’s short eat the ice cream,” Martha wrote. (Credit: Instagram)

Whilst some would choose to ignore their haters, Michael hit back at the critics with his own cheeky replies.

“Seriously!!!! You guys are next level. If a woman was to post a picture of herself breastfeeding it would be taken down immediately but you’re allowed to post pictures like this,” one follower commented to which Michael simply replied with: “Take it up with Instagram” followed by a shrug emoji.

Another questioned: “Why the nude posts?” and Michael responded by saying: “Warming up for our OnlyFans account”

“Have you no shame?” asked a third critic to which Michael wrote: “Zero shame and zero f***s.”
Michael and Martha
Michael defended himself and girlfriend Martha after her latest upload. (Credit: Instagram)

In an Instagram post uploaded in June, Martha hit back at body shamers by posting a photo of herself topless sitting on a bed.

The former MAFS bride revealed that she’d been called “chubby” by someone on Instagram and that the comment “turned into two weeks of stress, self-hatred and unhappiness.”

“My message to you, and the purpose of this post, is that if you’re feeling bad about the snacks you’ve eaten, the workouts you haven’t done and the number on the scale… self loathing won’t fix s***, trust me!” she wrote alongside her post.

“I’m not looking for sympathy or reassurance in the comments (I hate those type of posts!). I want you to know that putting on weight is not the end of the world, and if you have ppl in your life or on social media that have something to say about your weight they best have a set of abs or they can f*** right off!”

Martha hit back at body shamers in a post shared in June. (Credit: Instagram)

Michael, meanwhile, recently revealed that he’s resigned from his teaching job to focus full-time on his online fitness business Tru Fit.

“After a year off teaching, today I officially resigned,” Michael shared in an Instagram post.

“A bit of background to this post… I taught PE for 7 years and took 2020 off with the intention of going back in 2021. This year I started my online PT business @trufit.by.michael.

He added: “It’s been a crazy few months and I’ve been able to help thousands of people through my home workout challenges! I live to educate and it’s what I’ve been able to do through my social media and now my business. I want to continue on this path and help people live healthier lives… that’s why I decided to officially leave teaching.”

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