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Married At First Sight Australia: Jessika Power apologises for sarcastic comment during A&E trip

Married At First Sight Australia’s Jessika Power has apologised to her British fans for saying she was ‘dying’ while in hospital.

The reality star, who was rushed to A&E on Friday with a kidney infection, said sorry for being sarcastic over the gravity of her condition and told trolls to ‘stay the f*ck off my Instagram’ if they don’t like what they see.

Addressing the comments she made in a previous video, Jessika announced: ‘In one of my videos I said “I’m in the hospital and I’m basically dying”… but it’s called sarcasm. I know you Brits are a bit dry.’

‘I’m sorry to hear if anybody has gone through that in their life or lost anybody due to any serious illness, but me saying I’m basically dying doesn’t mean I’m a bad person,’ she continued.

‘It doesn’t mean I’m looking for attention and doesn’t mean I need to learn some common decency for other people that are actually sick.’

Jessika added: ‘This is my platform right and if you don’t like it bi**h, there is an unfollow button and you can go press it and stay the f*ck off my Instagram.’

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Jessika Power apologised for being sarcastic (Picture: Instagram)
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Jessika was hospitalised with a kidney infection (Picture: Instagram)

Jessika was admitted to hospital on Friday with a kidney infection, which she originally dismissed as the flu.

Sharing an update on her health with her followers, she said in a video posted on Instagram: ‘I’m dying, basically.’

After returning home, she later told fans that she had been suffering from a ‘really bad kidney infection.’

‘I had been in bed with immense pain for four days, Filip was really worried about me,’ she said.

Married At First Sight Australia airs weekdays at 7.30pm on E4.

Credit: Original article published here.

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