Bec Judd mocked ‘Free Melbourne’ t-shirt on Instagram

Bec Judd mocked ‘Free Melbourne’ t-shirt on Instagram
Bec Judd mocked ‘Free Melbourne’ t-shirt on Instagram

Bec Judd was rated “insensitive” after wearing a “Free Melbourne” t-shirt in a number of posts on her Instagram stories.

WAG and the businesswoman, who broke Melbourne’s strict lockdown with her family at their $ 7.3 million Brighton mansion, shared a video on Instagram about their hair and makeup routine.

But it was her t-shirt, which she tagged along with the hashtag #FreeMelbourne, that she saw mocked after screenshots of it were posted on Twitter.

The free Melbourne t-shirts are $ 40 and can be purchased online. The website states that 100 percent of the profits from sales will be donated to Beyond Blue.

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“Mark yourself, I’m Bec Judds” FREE MELBOURNE “T-Shirt,” tweeted @kirstenweiser.

Bec’s post was rated “embarrassing” as its lockdown conditions were far more favorable than those of others in Melbourne.

“Bec Judd is really that embarrassing. Imagine posting 8 Insta stories of sponsored content a few days after dropping another set of $ 200 leggings and then wearing a ‘Free Melbourne’ t-shirt like she was locked in her fucking mansion One person tweeted.

Others argued that if she was worried about businesses in Melbourne, she could offer them financial assistance, pointing out that she was in favor of locking down the Melbourne suburbs in June.

But others found the criticism of Bec too harsh, pointing out that others had worn the same t-shirt too.

It’s not the first time Bec has interfered with Melbourne’s lockdown.

Last month she popped “Dictator Dan” in an Instagram story about the ongoing fourth tier banning.

“Perfect for ISO and upcoming school holidays as Dictator Dan seems to be locking up Victorians in our homes for much longer,” she wrote with a rolling emoji.

Judd had previously expressed his support for Melbourne’s tough ban and made a rule that would allow people who don’t have a garden but who have tested positive for coronavirus to leave their homes to play sports.

Bec took to her Instagram stories to criticize the rule and wrote, “FFS Victoria (eye-roll emoji). It’s a pandemic. ”

She added, “COVID positive people should not be allowed to leave their homes. Just like in all other states (Facepalm Emoji). ”

Bec has also urged people to download the COVIDSafe app so they can “get this country moving again”.

The mother of four is married to former AFL player Chris Judd and first made headlines for her brownlow look on the red carpet.

She is now a successful radio and television presenter and also has her own activewear label Jaggad, which has a cult fashion following.

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