Married at First Sight Australia 2022‘s Tamara Djordjevic has slammed TV husband Brent Vitiello‘s new merchandise for using a slogan that references their on-screen relationship.

Brent and his bestie, Al Perkins, recently collaborated with luxury streetwear brand Valianu on a hoodie line that alludes to critical points in their MAFS experience.

Al’s merch is dubbed “The Shoey” (for obvious reasons), while Brent’s sweatshirt helms the slogan, “Good Luck, Good Riddance”.

The line was famously spoken by the 33-year-old when he dumped Tamara during their Final Vows.

Now, the Queenslander has taken to Instagram to condemn Brent’s snaky merch drop.

“He’s saying his ‘Good Luck, and Good Riddance’ slogan isn’t directed at me, it’s just directed at anyone who’s letting go of a toxic situation,” she said on August 30, adding: “I just find that so contradictory.

“It is just so completely unfair.”

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Tamara said Brent’s merchandise is “really unfair” to her. Source: Instagram @tamara__djordjevic__.

Tamara explained that when Brent dumped her, she was experiencing intense personal issues. This is why she was shocked Brent “chose this time to do a big f*ck you to [her]”.

She then said Brent could have been more sympathetic to her feelings, adding that she suffers from attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

“Just understand, people, that there are two sides to a story, there’s three sides to a story,” she concluded.

“Believe what you want, listen to what you want. I know my truth.”

Brent Vitiello’s Merch Dropped As Tamara Djordjevic Suffered a SponCon Fail

Tamara’s rant about Brent comes after her recent foray into posting sponsored content was met with harsh criticism.

The controversial bride previously said she was “very picky” with what gigs she accepts. However, her recent alignment with a hair-waving heat tool may not have been her best bet.

A video of Tamara demoing the heat styler popped up as a sponsored post on Facebook, with the comment section soon flooded with fans voicing their disapproval of the collaboration.

“If she’s endorsing it, I’ll give it a miss,” one user penned.

Another wrote: “The fact that they got a vile person like her to do this. I won’t be trying this product!”

Many other Facebookers echoed the same sentiment, with one aiming at the business’ “company ethics”.

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Fans weren’t impressed with the brand’s choice of ambassador. Source: Facebook.

“Absolutely will not purchase this product. Your ambassadors say a lot about a companies [sic] ethics,” they wrote.

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