MAFS: Bryce Ruthven and Melissa Rawson’s podcast spammed with one-star fake reviews

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Married At First Sight couple Bryce Ruthven and Melissa Rawson’s new podcast is inundated with one-star reviews from trolls – just three weeks after launch

Married At First Sight couple Bryce Ruthven and Melissa Rawson launched their new podcast What Happens After … last month.

And just three weeks after its release, the ten-part series has been inundated with one-star reviews from trolls.

The series has been rated by 236 listeners on Apple podcasts and has received an average rating of 1.5 out of 5 stars.

Response: Married At First Sight stars Bryce Ruthven and Melissa Rawson’s new podcast is inundated with one-star reviews from trolls just three weeks after launch

When approached by Daily Mail Australia, Bryce said: ‘Clearly, a hateful agenda is being pushed. Our focus is not on reviews or charts. We just want to share our story with those who are interested and support us. ‘

After giving the podcast a one-star review, a troll wrote, “ So dull and frankly, the lack of insight and inability to recognize their own wrongdoing is exhausting. Don’t listen to this chatter. ‘

‘I think they both need to get back to their normal jobs before they completely destroy their job opportunities. I would hate a future workplace to hear this embarrassing podcast. It’s awful and pointless, ”commented another hater.

Feedback: The series has been rated by 236 listeners on Apple podcasts and received an average rating of 1.5 out of 5 stars

Feedback: The series has been rated by 236 listeners on Apple podcasts and received an average rating of 1.5 out of 5 stars

This should be the most boring, hair-raising, uninteresting, space-wasting podcast ever recorded. Apple, do yourself a favor and remove it from your platform, just like all radio stations have done with Bryce, ”said a third.

Despite the cruel comments, some listeners praised the pair – one of the few MAFS success stories – for delivering an ‘honest and refreshing’ podcast.

One of them wrote: ‘Great to hear refreshing, honest conversations between two people about ordinary life and relationships. Refreshing!’

“I think it’s really interesting to hear these guys talk about trolling and things we didn’t see on TV. I actually think they’re a lot more into here, the show is clearly a lot edited, ‘agreed another.

Response: When contacted by Daily Mail Australia, Bryce said, “Clearly, a hateful agenda is being pushed.  Our focus is not on reviews or charts.  We just want to share our story with those who are interested and support us'

Response: When contacted by Daily Mail Australia, Bryce said, “Clearly, a hateful agenda is being pushed. Our focus is not on reviews or charts. We just want to share our story with those who are interested and support us’

Melissa and Bryce were one of the most controversial couples in this year’s Married At First Sight season.

During filming, the pair faced rumors that Bryce allegedly had a “ secret girlfriend ” outside of the experiment.

Bryce has also taken away from fans for ranking Melissa as the show’s ‘fourth’ hottest bride and even telling her she’s ‘not his type’.

Despite these setbacks, Melissa and Bryce celebrated their eight-month anniversary this week, proving many of their critics wrong.

Divided: Melissa and Bryce, one of the most controversial couples on this year's season of Married At First Sight, celebrated their eight-month anniversary this week

Divided: Melissa and Bryce, one of the most controversial couples on this year’s season of Married At First Sight, celebrated their eight-month anniversary this week

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