On Thursday, Olivia announced that she was MAXIM Australia’s cover girl for February, with many of her friends from the reality show praising her success. It didn’t take long for Domenica to catch wind of the news and she has been slammed for her ‘bitter’ response.
When a MAFS fan account shared the MAXIM cover on Instagram, Domenica couldn’t help but comment about the headline for Olivia’s spread.
The headline about her article reads: “Olivia Frazer, the MAFS ‘bad girl’ talks reality TV myths, sex scandals, social media, staying single & more.”
“Sex scandals and social media…I’m sure she knows a lot about it,” Domenica wrote, adding a laughing emoji at the end.
A number of fans said her comment was unnecessary and told the star to stop talking about their feud.
“Let it go girl. It’s been a year,” one pointed out.
“This doesn’t look good on you. I was always a fan of yours but there is no need. And it brings the amazing Ella [Ding] down. I’m not one to normally comment. Enough is enough,” added another.
“Grow up and let it go. Everyone is sick of seeing it. You’re always trying to do or say something to stay relevant. It’s embarrassing babe,” a third chimed in.
“You’re so bitter lmao what because she’s thriving ok,” another remarked.
Elaborating in further replies to fans, she said the headline ‘rubbed her the wrong way’ and defended her comment.
Some passionate fans fiercely defended Domenica’s actions, saying that her behaviour was justified after what happened on the show.
“The way Dom was treated was vile and disgusting and it continued long after MAFS ended — team Dom all the way,” a fan wrote.
“Domenica you’re amazing, keep having the actual last laugh,” a second added.
“I dunno why everyone is hating on this comment, it’s a joke, get over it,” another commented.
Olivia's 'pinch me' moment
This comes after Olivia touched on how shocked she was to be considered for MAXIM Australia in the feature.
“It’s such a “pinch me” moment. MAXIM itself is so legendary and I’m just honoured to have the opportunity to be included,” she told the magazine.
Olivia has been open about how she would never recommend going on MAFS after her experience, but she did admit to the publication that reality TV is not completely off the table.
When asked if she would consider being The Bachelorette, she replied with a coy “never say never!”.
“I’d think about any [reality TV] opportunity presented to me. Understandably, I’ve been burned before by reality TV, so it would have to be a sweet deal,” she explained.
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