“They tried to take us down!” YouTube star Friendlyjordies SLAMS Nine and says the network is managed by “boomers” because he claims they were trying to block him from making money from his MAFS repeats
YouTube star Friendlyjordies has slammed Channel Nine in a new clip that was shared online on Sunday.
Jordan Shanks has accused Nine of trying to block him from making money for his Married At First Sight recaps.
In a long post, Jordan said the network is managed by “boomers,” and Nine said “tried to take us down.”
“They tried to take us down!” YouTube star Friendlyjordies SLAMMED Nine this week and said the network is managed by “boomers” because he claimed they were trying to block him from making money from his MAFS recaps
“Well, we’re back in the air, even though Channel Nine is trying to knock us down,” he said in the clip.
“Channel 10 was so nice about our bachelor repetitions … Nine, I don’t want to sound condescending, boomers, but you don’t know how the internet works?”
He further said that his summaries are “free advertising” for the network.
Speaking: He further said that his summaries are “free advertising” for the network. (Pictured is Hayley Vernon of MAFS)
“We give you free ads for your show.”
He then went ahead and threw former treasurer Peter Costello, saying, “Do you really need the money that bad Costello?”
At the end of the clip, he asked viewers to like the post so that he could continue to make the videos.
Jordan is a YouTube star who previously built a career as a male model, who traveled all over the world posing for editorial articles and walked the runways.
Lashing out: He added about Nine: ‘You just hate me for the obvious reasons that I always fool your CEO and your entire network. How f ** could you be small? ‘(pictured is bride Vanessa Romito)
He modeled for eight years while studying international politics at the University of New South Wales.
In 2018 he told Daily Mail Australia about his stand-up comedy shows and said that performing for a live audience is not something he remembers from his heyday as a model.
“It is completely different. But I have always had a strong background. I’ve been doing it since I was five and I have very little understanding of what public shame is, I’m just an exhibitionist, “he told Daily Mail Australia.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Nine for comments regarding this article.
Don’t hold back! He then went ahead and threw former treasurer Peter Costello, saying, “Do you really need the money that bad Costello?”