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Collingwood AFL crisis: Jack Ginnivan and Isaac Quaynor apologise for rating women on TikTok 

Collingwood stars Jack Ginnivan and Isaac Quaynor have apologized via video after images of them judging women surfaced on TikTok, with the club saying they would “learn more about the proper use of social media”.

The since-deleted video shows the couple in bed together, both shirtless, laughing as they rated various women and their physical features.

It is said to be part of a viral TikTok rating game, where participants re-rate a score out of 10 based on new information.

The viral game lets users rate members of the opposite sex out of 10, but adds a statement about their appearance or other traits to the imaginary person’s rating.

The couple’s clip captioned “3 mins of hell” was posted on Ginnivan’s TikTok account.

In the club’s statement, Collingwood said they had made it clear to players that “it is not an acceptable trend to join” and had the video removed.

Both players will also need to undergo further training on social media regarding the content they post.

Collingwood statement on Jack Ginnivan and Isaac Quaynor

The club was aware of Jack Ginnivan’s since-deleted social media post in which he and teammate Isaac Quaynor participated in a Tik Tok trend.

After speaking with the club, the players understood that it is not an acceptable trend to join and immediately removed the video from their social media platforms.

The players have apologized to everyone at the club, across all programs, members and the wider community for the impact of their actions.

In addition to apologies, both players will receive further education on the proper use of social media in relation to the content they create.

Ginnivan and Quaynor took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to apologize for participating in the video and for distributing it online.

“We’ve created a trend that we didn’t think of before posting,” Quaynor said.

“We’re really sorry we made the mistake of participating in it and then posting it. We have since realized that it is not acceptable and not in line with the values ​​we both adhere to.

“We will continue to learn about what to post and what not to post as there is a lot to learn from,” Quaynor said.

Isaac Quaynor (left) and Jack Ginnivan (right) celebrate after Collingwood's win over Carlton

Isaac Quaynor (left) and Jack Ginnivan (right) celebrate after Collingwood’s win over Carlton

Ginnivan apologized to those affected by their TikTok.

“We are sorry to everyone at the club across all platforms and our members, supporters for the impact we have caused. Thanks guys and we’re sorry again,” he said.

Viral TikTok rating game explained

TikTok’s hugely popular rating game is a hypothetical game between friends and a new take on the superficial rating scales of ages past.

Participants are asked to re-rate a grade out of 10 based on new information.

The rules are simple: ratings on a scale of one to 10 are welcome when combined with a hyper-specific and recognizable rating.

The video showed the couple making unsavory comments about the women they rated.

“She’s a two, but she smells really good,” Ginnivan says in the video.

Quaynor disagreed and gave her a three before moving on to the next woman.

“She’s a 10, but she’s got some broccoli teeth, like those teeth are going in all directions, diagonally, everything,” Quaynor said.

‘F***** hell. Four,” Ginnivan replied with a laugh.

“She’s nine and a half, but she’s homeless,” Quaynor says.

“Two and a half,” Ginnivan replied.

Quaynor replies, “I’m rid of him.”

“If she’s a four, but she’s rich,” Quaynor laughs.

Ginnivan disagrees with the assessment.

“12.5,” he replied.

Jack Ginnivan's since-deleted TikTok shows the players participating in a rating game

Jack Ginnivan’s since-deleted TikTok shows the players participating in a rating game

Veteran journalist Caroline Wilson told Channel 9’s Footy Classified Collingwood on Monday was made aware of the video and ordered both players to remove the footage.

Essendon legend and fellow panelist Matthew Lloyd said the latest off-field incident is not looking good for the club.

‘It’s embarrassing to see, isn’t it? You just shudder when you look at it. They will learn from those two, I’m not sure what the consequences will be, but it’s embarrassing,” he said.

Public backlash against the pair continued on Tuesday morning as Today show hosts Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon weighed in on the saga.

Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon criticized the two Magpies players for the video

Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon criticized the two Magpies players for the video

“I think the moment you take on a part like that, you’re going to be in the limelight,” Langdon said.

“I’m sorry, you are an example to young children who are going through the right course of action and the wrong course of action.

Her co-host agreed and found the personal nature of the video deeply offensive.

“You don’t just represent yourself, but your club and the sport in general,” Stefanovic said.

“What it tells me is that they don’t care, or know that stuff like that is really hurtful.

“The things they talk about, about teeth and the way people present themselves is personal and that they think it’s funny says more about them than anything else.”

Jack Ginnivan is in excellent form for Collingwood this season

Jack Ginnivan is in excellent form for Collingwood this season

However, Stefanovic was baffled as to why the pair wouldn’t think their actions would be abusive.

“I’m not using the excuse,” he said.

“They will come out today and say, ‘Sorry for the offense caused. It was out of ignorance” or whatever.

‘How do you not know it’s offensive? How do you tell the world that your club has a handle on these things when you clearly don’t?’

Isaac Quaynor played strong from the halfback line for Collingwood

Isaac Quaynor played strong from the halfback line for Collingwood

Many fans agreed.

“These are immature and sexist comments from the players. They are adults. They should know better,” one man tweeted.

Female fans hit back with their own take on the players.

The AUDACITY of Jack Ginnivan publicly judging women on TikTok when he has a ‘mustache’ that has barely hit puberty and bare blond hair that clearly needs to be done at its roots. Don’t judge us. We will tear you apart in any way we can,” one woman wrote.

Jordan De Goey is in the thick of it for a video on social media in which he is partying in Bali

Jordan De Goey is in the thick of it for a video on social media in which he is partying in Bali

The latest saga comes just days after footage emerged of Jordan De Goey partying with two women in Bali over the club’s farewell weekend, casting doubt on the controversial star’s unsigned future with the Pies.

De Goey returned to Melbourne over the weekend and met outraged club officials on Monday over his wild antics in Bali during the break of the season.

The club announced Tuesday afternoon that it had been fined $25,000, which will be suspended until the end of the season.

He will also have to undergo further training and supervision.

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