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Mamamia Founder Mia Freedman Delivers Extraordinary Tirade to Her Readers: “Just Keep Scrolling”

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Mamamia co-founder Mia Freedman (pictured) has issued a stark warning to her social media followers, telling them to be on their best behavior in her Facebook group.

Mamamia co-founder Mia Freedman has issued a stern warning to her social media followers, telling them to be on their best behavior in her Facebook group.

The media personality, 52, shared a message on her Mamamia Outlouders page, warning fans not to criticize other followers of the page.

“A reminder to KEEP SCROLLING if there is a post in this group that doesn’t interest you. No need to police what other members of the group, show or website talk or don’t talk about,” she began.

“Given the amount of content we create across all of our platforms, it’s very unlikely that you’ll be featured in everything we cover.”

Freedman then told his followers what they should do if they saw a post they weren’t interested in on the group’s page.

Mamamia co-founder Mia Freedman (pictured) has issued a stark warning to her social media followers, telling them to be on their best behavior in her Facebook group.

“Mamamia has always been about not shaming or criticizing women for what they want to talk about or what interests them at any given moment.

“In this group, we will often share stories that are relevant and interesting to many of the 40,000 people in attendance. If it’s not for you? JUST KEEP SCROLLING,” she concluded.

In August, Freedman made headlines after criticizing Karl Stefanovic for refusing to appear on her No Filter podcast despite being friends with the Today host while working at Channel Nine.

The media personality, 52, shared a message on her Mamamia Outlouders page, warning fans not to criticize other followers of the page.

The media personality, 52, shared a message on her Mamamia Outlouders page, warning fans not to criticize other followers of the page.

Freedman took a look at Stefanovic, 49, via Instagram when she uploaded a photo of herself watching him on TV.

Tagging Stefanovic’s Instagram account, the former Nine executive and on-air presenter, 52, wrote: “Hey (Stefanovic), why don’t you come on No Filter?”

In a second post, she shared a photo of Stefanovic presumably taken by Freedman walking by the water.

Freedman told his followers what they should do if they saw a post they weren't interested in on the group's page.

Freedman told his followers what they should do if they saw a post they weren’t interested in on the group’s page.

‘My guy. You interview people for your job. You are much better than me at this. You interviewed me for years when I was on (Today). I was at your 40th birthday! We were friends,” she wrote.

At the age of 19, Freedman was hired by Wilkinson as an intern at Dolly magazine.

Freedman quickly rose through the ranks to become a fashion editor at the title, before freelancing for a time, then becoming editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan at the age of 24.

She previously worked alongside Stefanovic at Nine after being hired by the company to host chat show The Catch-Up in 2007, as well as being a regular commentator on the Today show.

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