Ruby Tuesday Matthews lashes out at upcoming Netflix series Byron Baes

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Half the crew isn’t even from there!’ Ruby Tuesday Matthews Again Condemns Netflix Series Byron Baes, Says There’s ‘No Way’ She Will Ever Consider Appearing on the Show

Controversial Byron Bay influencer Ruby Tuesday Matthews has made it clear that she will not be appearing in the upcoming Netflix series Byron Baes.

And on Thursday, the 26-year-old mother of two took another swipe at the upcoming controversial series, saying that nearly all of the cast don’t even live in the area.

“Half of the crew are not even from there,” she told the Daily Mail Australia.

“Half the crew isn’t even from there!” Ruby Tuesday Matthews, 26, (pictured) slammed the upcoming Netflix series Byron Baes, saying there’s no way she’ll be appearing on the show

Ruby, who was approached by producers to appear on the show, said she had no interest in starring on the controversial program.

When asked if there was a possibility that she would reconsider appearing on the show, Ruby said, “No… No way.”

The streaming giant announced in April that it had commissioned an eight-episode series depicting the glamorous lives of Byron Bay’s biggest Instagram stars.

“Half the crew isn’t even from there,” she told Daily Mail Australia on Thursday when asked if she would appear on the show.

No chance! When asked if there was a possibility she would reconsider appearing on the show after turning down the offer, Ruby said, “No… absolutely not”

And while Ruby, who has 229,000 Instagram followers, could have been a fascinating addition to the cast, the brunette has made it clear that she won’t be making an appearance.

In April, Ruby posted a promotional image for Byron Baes on Instagram Stories, writing, “For anyone asking if I’ll be on this show, I’ve declined the offer.”

“Hello Byron, you’re officially cooked. How embarrassing,” she added.

Thanks, but no thanks: Ruby posted a promotional image for Byron Baes on Instagram Stories in April, writing: 'To anyone asking if I'll be on this show, I've turned down the offer'

Thanks, but no thanks: Ruby posted a promotional image for Byron Baes on Instagram Stories in April, writing: 'To anyone asking if I'll be on this show, I've turned down the offer'

Thanks, but no thanks: Ruby posted a promotional image for Byron Baes on Instagram Stories in April, writing: ‘To anyone asking if I’ll be on this show, I’ve turned down the offer’

Unimpressed: 'Goodbye Byron, you're officially done.  How embarrassing,' explained Ruby

Unimpressed: 'Goodbye Byron, you're officially done.  How embarrassing,' explained Ruby

Unimpressed: ‘Goodbye Byron, you’re officially cooked. How embarrassing,’ explained Ruby

Ruby also used the hashtag #ShireRepeat? referring to Channel 10’s short-lived 2012 reality show about the glamorous residents of Sydney’s Sutherland Shire.

Byron Baes will follow the influencers in their daily lives, but will not criticize the influencer culture.

Netflix’s content director for Australia and New Zealand, Que Minh Luu, said it was a ‘no brainer’ to give the show the green light.

Remember this?  Ruby also used the hashtag #ShireRepeat?  referring to Channel 10's short-lived 2012 reality show about the glamorous residents of Sydney's Sutherland Shire

Remember this?  Ruby also used the hashtag #ShireRepeat?  referring to Channel 10's short-lived 2012 reality show about the glamorous residents of Sydney's Sutherland Shire

Remember this? Ruby also used the hashtag #ShireRepeat? referring to Channel 10’s short-lived 2012 reality show about the glamorous residents of Sydney’s Sutherland Shire

Structured Reality: A press release for the show describes Byron Baes as a 'docu-soap series'

Structured Reality: A press release for the show describes Byron Baes as a 'docu-soap series'

Structured Reality: A press release for the show describes Byron Baes as a ‘docu-soap series’

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