Bec Judd Slammed Over Tone Deaf Instagram Post
Bec Judd has been slammed online again after sharing a tone deaf Instagram post about the state of Melbourne’s lockdown situation.
Fitness brand owner and Instagram influencer, Bec seems to have had enough of the lockdown life in Brighton and isn’t afraid to say so. Taking to her Instagram stories, the wife of former AFL star Chris Judd made a statement by wearing a “Free Melbourne” T-shirt during a video in which she applied makeup. Bec wore the t-shirt while sharing her hair and beauty ritual with her thousands of fans.
While the business owner doesn’t speak in the video she does tag the products she uses as well as using the hashtag #freemelbourne.
The tone deaf video was then followed up with a series of sponsored posts which saw Bec promoting a new range of lip liners and lipsticks.
People have pointed out how insensitive the post is considering she’s in strict lockdown inside her $3.7 million mansion with hubby and their four children while others have it so much worse.
“You want us to spend $200 on your basic clothes but then post your ‘free Melbourne’ BS,” one person wrote on Judd’s Instagram account.
“You have no idea how hard it is for real people to deal with COVID but we still manage to not whinge about it to help others! Shame on you!”
“It must be so hard for Bec Judd, spending lockdown in her multi-million dollar mansion. Will someone Free Melbourne for her,” another said.
“Bec Judd is genuinely so embarrassing,” one person Tweeted.
“Imagine post like 8 Insta stories of sponsored content a couple of days after dropping another line of $200 leggings and then wearing a ‘Free Melbourne’ T-shirt as if she’s imprisoned in her f***ing mansion.”
“Must be tough being Bec Judd, ‘locked up’ in a huge mansion with complete financial security when so many others are just scraping by,” another observed.
It’s not the first time 37 year old Bec has spoken out about the lockdown restrictions. Two weeks ago she questioned WA Premier Mark McGowan over his comments that if the state reopened there would be a flood of people heading over east to spend their money.
“WA is bloody beautiful and I know many people from the eastern States who can’t wait to flood WA tourist destinations,” she shot back.
“I’ll be on one of the first flights to Perth once allowed to,” she added. “I understand it will take a bit longer from Vic but we are getting there.”
And last month she criticised Victorian Premier Dan Andrews for his harsh lockdown measures as she promoted a children’s cubbyhouse on Instagram, calling him Dictator Dan. “Perfect for iso and upcoming school holidays as it seems Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer,” she wrote, adding a rolling eyes emoji.