& # 39; Is that meant to let me go? & # 39; Joel Creasey comes to Melbourne café that gives reality TV stars and influencers free food in exchange for Instagram posts
Melbourne & # 39; s Legacy Camberwell is one of Australia's most influencers-friendly cafes and offers star-free food and sometimes cash in exchange for advertisements on Instagram.
But a person who is not impressed by their modern approach to marketing is comedian Joel Creasey, 28, who ended up on Twitter at the eatery on Saturday.
& # 39; Some people think that cafe & # 39; Explain Legacy Camberwell to me? So many influencers who put photos of their free meals there, & he started.
& # 39; Is that meant to let me go? & # 39 ;: Joel Creasey (photo) ended up in Legacy Camberwell cafe in Melbourne because he gave influencers free food in exchange for Instagram posts
The former I & # 39; m A Celebrity campmate added: & # 39; Is that meant to let me go? I couldn't think of a worse audience to eat with. & # 39;
Joel then shared a recent caption about the location on Instagram, which reads: & # 39; If you didn't take a picture of your food before you ate it, did you really start brunching? & # 39;
Joel mocked the statement and simply wrote: & # 39; Lol. It will all be poo boys. & # 39;
& # 39; I couldn't think of a worse audience to eat with & # 39 ;: Joel didn't hold back on Twitter on Saturday and wondered why & so many influencers post their free meals? & # 39 ;
Hotspot: Legacy Camberwell (photo) in eastern Melbourne is visited daily by stars from shows such as Married At First Sight and The Bachelor who promote it on Instagram
Joel then mocked a recent caption that placed the cafe, saying: & # 39; If you didn't take a picture of your food before you ate it, did you really go for a brunch? & # 39 ;. Pictured Bachelor & # 39; s Tenilla Favios
Legacy Camberwell in eastern Melbourne is visited daily by stars from shows such as Married At First Sight and The Bachelor who promote it on Instagram.
In May, the location was instructed to pay out to an Instagram influencer after an agreement on paid messages became & # 39; sour & # 39 ;.
Chloe Roberts made a deal with the cafe to get $ 300 per promotional post on her Instagram page with more than 125,000 followers.
But the agreement between Chloe and cafe owner, Con & # 39; Costa & # 39; Katsogiannis, broke down after she later removed the messages from her page by archiving them.
Famous customers: Cyrell Paule and Eden Dally (photo) had dinner in the café last month
Did they pay for that? Keira Maguire (L) and Tegan Martin (R) have also visited several times
The 19-year-old claimed that this was in the interest of both parties because & # 39; 90 percent of the views of an image occurred in the first week & # 39 ;.
Costa did not believe the reasoning and said that the messages should remain visible to everyone & # 39; until the customer explicitly agrees that the image will be archived & # 39 ;.
Ian Lulham of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal ordered the owner to pay Chloe two-thirds of the requested amount, as well as her filing fee of $ 276.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Legacy Camberwell for comments.
Legal Issue: In May, the café was instructed to pay out to influencer Chloe Roberts (photo) following an agreement on paid posts & # 39; soured & # 39; when she removed it from her profile
Take action: the café had previously agreed to pay Chloe $ 300 by mail, saying that they archived & # 39; is because & # 39; 90 percent of the views of an image occur in the first week & # 39;
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