A newspaper has come under fire for a column complaining that Rebel Wilson revealed her new relationship after being asked to comment.
Rebel Wilson introduced fans to his new girlfriend Ramona Agruma on social media this week. But the Sydney Morning Herald The newspaper suppressed the backlash after publishing a column complaining about how she herself publicized the relationship.
In May, Wilson teased that she was “happy” in a relationship but did not reveal the identity of her partner.
This week, she made her relationship Instagram official: “I thought I was looking for a Disney Prince…but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess,” she wrote. the Pitch Perfect actor in a caption of a selfie with Ramona.
But in an opinion piece, Sydney Morning Herald Columnist Andrew Hornery wrote that he gave Rebel two days to comment on their relationship, describing it as a “big mistake”.
“It is with great caution and respect that this media outlet emailed representatives for Rebel Wilson on Thursday morning, giving her two days to comment on her new relationship with another woman, the LA leisurewear designer Ramona Agruma, before posting a single word,” he added. wrote.
“Big mistake. Wilson chose to contemplate history, posting her new ‘Disney Princess’ to Instagram early Friday morning, the same platform she previously used to brag about her handsome ex-boyfriend, the wealthy American beer baron Jacob Busch.
Mr Hornery added that she even had her ‘best friend’, actor Hugh Sheridan, doing radio interviews on breakfast FM on Friday morning, during which he delighted in introducing the women six years ago month.
“Apparently they hit it off pretty much immediately, but kept the relationship a secret,” he said.
“Given the bitterness with which Wilson had complained about poor standards of journalism when she successfully sued women’s day for defamation, his choice to ignore our discreet, genuine and honest questions was, in our opinion, disappointing.
But social media users were quick to come to Rebel’s defense, slamming the Sydney Morning Herald room.
BBC journalist Megha Mohan wrote on Twitter: “I just read this article @smh 3 times to make sure I hadn’t misread. The publication messaged Rebel Wilson saying that they would take her out in 2 days – and now complains that she chose to go public with a woman on her own.
Another woman wrote:Sydney Morning Herald posting a thought piece about how they gave Rebel Wilson 48 hours before releasing her into the world, but *she* is the wrong person for using that time to come out on her terms has me baffled. What a thing to do, let alone admit it, let alone expect pity.
Another person posted: “When I saw ‘the Sydney Morning Herald threatened to take Rebel Wilson out and then complained that she got them back’ I thought someone leaked an email or something. It never occurred to me that they would release this account of events in print and expect it to turn out well.
In May, Rebel, 42, added that she was looking for love on dating apps but was eventually introduced to her new significant other through a friend.
“I was on and off on the Raya app, but it was friend set up,” she said. “He had known us both for at least five years and he thought we were going to get along – and then we did!”
The pair hid in plain sight, as the senior star of the year actually took Agruma as her plus one at Vanity Fair’s Oscar party in March.
The Isn’t It Romantic star, who has lost massive amounts of weight over the past year, last dated Jacob Busch, but the pair split in early 2021. She was then linked to the player tennis player Matt Reid.
Ramona is a fashion designer and entrepreneur who is the founder of LEMON VE LIMON, a sustainable clothing company. She also acts as a brand ambassador for Bee Goddess Jewellery.
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