MAFS' Domenica Calarco has broken her silence about the cheating scandal between her TV rivals Olivia Frazer and Jackson Lonie, telling her Instagram followers she doesn't "give a f**k" about it.
Jackson was captured on video on Friday night kissing another woman after Olivia had gone home for the night. The pair is said to be broken up, with a source telling Yahoo Lifestyle earlier this week, "He hasn’t been happy for a while."
Our source added that Olivia is believed to be travelling overseas to get away from the drama.
Taking to her Stories on Tuesday morning, Dom shared that she'd been inundated with thousands of DMs asking her for her opinion on the cheating scandal, despite wanting to stay out of it.
"My DMs have never been so overflowing, like this past weekend and the last few days," she explained, adding she's been away and hasn't had much reception recently.
"But there's so many DMS [of] people wanting my opinion on a certain thing that's been happening and I don't need to talk about it, don't need to name names because you guys obviously know what I'm talking about," Domenica said, adding she's "disappointed" that the scandal has been getting so much coverage.
"Let's talk about the fact that women's vaginas have more rules and regulations than men who want to get a gun," she said, sharing some of the topics she's passionate about drawing attention to, including the northern NSW floods and those affected.
"Guys, let's just move on and let's put our energy to things that are actually you know, that we can make a difference in the world and spread positivity and not give any energy or oxygen to literally like black holes of the universe," the reality star said.
Hinting that she thought the cheating scandal was faked as a publicity stunt, Dom said that some people feel the need to "make drama to make something of themselves or to stand out or to get clout".
"It just truly blows my mind and I don't have an opinion on it other than I think that it is completely being manipulated and people are using it to their advantage which I think is disgusting because situations like that happen to men and women on a daily basis and people's lives and children's lives and whole families are ruined by certain situations like this," she said.
"I think it's just been made a complete farce off and it's disgusting. So I think we just need to move on."
She said that while she never wanted to comment on the matter, her DMs were filled with people asking for her thoughts.
"When most of the DMS are literally people wanting to show me screenshots and things that are happening with a certain person and what my opinion is, my opinion is I actually don't care. I don't give a f**k," she said.
Domenica then went on to share more issues that she'd prefer to speak about other than Olivia and Jackson, saying we should be spending more time thinking about things such as the mass shooting that took place last week at a primary school in Texas, or sexual harassment.
"Like these are the issues that I want to be talking about," she stressed. "Not the fact that some d**khead kissed someone in a club."
Domenica and Ella announce podcast
It comes after Domenica and her MAFS co-star Ella Ding announced they will be releasing a podcast called Sit With Us on June 8.
Announcing the news on Instagram, Dom shared a picture of the pair with the caption: "IT'S HAPPENING!"
"You asked, and we've delivered!!!! Our podcast @sitwithusthepod is finally launching on the 8th June and we cannot wait for you to come SIT WITH US!!!!!!!" she said.
Industry insiders are tipping that the podcast could lead to a national radio show, following in the footsteps of The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield, who started her It's A Lot podcast before hosting her show Hot Nights on Hit Network.
"Ella and Dom are two of the most popular contestants to ever appear on Married At First Sight and look set to make a fortune with their new 'best friend' podcast," a source told Yahoo Lifestyle.
"They've signed with a big network who will produce it with them, and the team behind the scenes think it could rival Life Uncut with Brittany Hockley and Laura Byrne, and Abbie Chatfield's It's A Lot, which have both led to national radio shows.
"Although Laura, Brittany and Abbie are all killing it, Ella and Dom currently have hundreds of thousands more followers than they do as their show aired internationally – which The Bachelor never did. This gives Ella and Dom's podcast a huge advantage from the very start."
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