Bec Judd has been labelled “insensitive” after sporting a “Free Melbourne” T-shirt in a sequence of posts on her Instagram tales.
The WAG and businesswoman, who has been driving out Melbourne’s strict lockdown along with her household of their $7.three million Brighton mansion, shared a video to Instagram of her doing her hair and make-up routine.
However it was her T-shirt, which she tagged together with the hashtag #FreeMelbourne, that noticed her mocked after screenshots of it have been posted on Twitter.
The Free Melbourne T-shirts price $40 and will be bought on-line, with the web site explaining that 100 per cent of earnings from the gross sales will probably be donated to Past Blue.
“Tag your self, I’m Bec Judd’s “FREE MELBOURNE” tshirt,” @kirstenweiser tweeted.
Bec’s submit was labelled “embarrassing” given her lockdown circumstances had been much more beneficial than others in Melbourne.
“Bec Judd is genuinely so embarrassing. Think about submit like eight insta tales of sponsored content material a pair days after dropping one other line of $200 leggings after which carrying a ‘Free Melbourne’ tshirt as if she’s imprisoned in her f***ing mansion,” one individual tweeted.
Others argued that if she was involved about Melbourne companies she might supply them monetary assist and identified she had been in favour of locking down Melbourne sizzling spot suburbs in June.
However others thought the criticism of Bec was too harsh, mentioning that others had been carrying the identical T-shirt too.
It’s not the primary time Bec has weighed into Melbourne’s lockdown.
Final month she slammed “Dictator Dan” over the continuing stage 4 lockdown in an Instagram story selling a pair of youngsters’s cubby homes from novelty retailer The Little Cardboard Co.
“Good for iso and upcoming college holidays because it appears Dictator Dan will probably be locking Victorians in our houses even longer,” she wrote, with a rolling eyes emoji.
Judd had beforehand expressed assist for Melbourne’s harsh lockdown, slamming a rule that allowed individuals who don’t have a backyard however had examined constructive for coronavirus to go away their houses to train.
Bec took to her Instagram tales to criticise the rule, writing: “FFS Victoria (eye-roll emoji). It’s a pandemic.”
She added: “COVID-positive individuals shouldn’t be allowed to go away their homes. Identical to in all the opposite states (facepalm emoji).”
Bec has additionally urged individuals to obtain the COVIDSafe app to allow them to “get this nation shifting once more”.
The mother-of-four is married to former AFL participant Chris Judd and first made headlines for her Brownlow crimson carpet appears to be like.
She is now a profitable radio and TV presenter and in addition has her personal activewear label Jaggad which has a cult vogue following.