Earlier this month, the 32-year-old Cairns-born musician-turned-charity-founder jokingly shared a photo of a hat on Instagram with the infamous text above embroidered on.
“I am still getting messages every week asking whether I’d recommend going on MAFS, here’s my answer. I told you I’d get the hat.”
“I know it's ironic that a lot of the people who follow me are MAFS fans and would be following this series [but] you wouldn't be if you truly knew what the people on there have to go through,” he revealed when he first teased the controversial new headpiece.
“I've never felt like less of a human being in my whole life. If I had seen the show, or had any idea at all what it was going to be like, I never would have agreed to go anywhere near it, and I would never recommend anybody else to do so.”
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Last year, fans called out the 2020 Married At First Sight contestant after he revealed he hadn’t seen the show before competing.
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