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The Block's Elle Ferguson accused of 'deleting negative comments' amid backlash for quitting show

Bondi influencer Elle Ferguson goes into damage control, wiping all negative comments from her social media after leaving The Block 48 hours after filming for the show

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Elle Ferguson of The Block has been accused of “removing negative comments” amid social media reactions for leaving the show after just 48 hours of filming.

Fans accused the Bondi influencer of controlling the damage after her and fiancé Joel Patfull’s shock outing aired Monday night.

“You have to respect that you don’t turn off the comments,” wrote one of her followers, after which another replied: “They will just be deleted.”

The Block's Elle Ferguson has been accused of 'removing negative comments' amid social media reactions for leaving the show after just 48 hours of filming

The Block’s Elle Ferguson has been accused of ‘removing negative comments’ amid social media reactions for leaving the show after just 48 hours of filming

While many fans took aim at the pair for leaving the abruptly abandoned show, others offered a softer take on the fiasco.

“It’s her page. Why would you want rude ignorant people who are most concerned about a couple leaving the Block and leaving disgusting messages?’

Others joined the chorus to defend the pair.

“Ignore the negativity. You’ve worked hard for what you’ve got… you’re clearly not a quitter! If only all Insta trolls could walk a mile in your (fantastic) shoes,” one wrote.

Elle and boyfriend Joel (pictured) have faced backlash after leaving the hit Channel Nine show

Elle and boyfriend Joel (pictured) have faced backlash after leaving the hit Channel Nine show

Elle and boyfriend Joel (pictured) have faced backlash after leaving the hit Channel Nine show

Another said it was “their choice” to leave the top-rated reality renovation show.

“Whether you agree with their choice, it’s their choice. Did they leave the right way? They did it the way they wanted. Saying you’re disappointed is different from being a troll and writing horrible comments.”

Viewers finally got to see the moment when Scott Cam told the stunned Blockheads that Elle and the former AFL star decided to leave the show.

During the episode, the host, 59, was sidelined by two executive producers who revealed that the glamor influencers decided to leave after being on set for just 48 hours.

Viewers finally got to see the moment when Scott Cam (pictured) told the stunned Blockheads that their fellow contestants decided to leave

Viewers finally got to see the moment when Scott Cam (pictured) told the stunned Blockheads that their fellow contestants decided to leave

Viewers finally got to see the moment when Scott Cam (pictured) told the stunned Blockheads that their fellow contestants decided to leave

“Last night I gave you all a chance – a way out – if you thought you couldn’t make it on the show that you could leave if you wanted to,” the smoking host began.

“I didn’t think anyone would pass up an opportunity like this, but I just found out Joel and Elle are on their way to the airport.”

He added: “They have left their show. They didn’t say goodbye, they didn’t say thank you for having us. They just left.’

During the episode, the host, 59, was sidelined by two executive producers who revealed that the glamor influencers decided to leave after being on set for just 48 hours.

During the episode, the host, 59, was sidelined by two executive producers who revealed that the glamor influencers decided to leave after being on set for just 48 hours.

During the episode, the host, 59, was sidelined by two executive producers who revealed that the glamor influencers decided to leave after being on set for just 48 hours.

Scott said earlier at the Logie Awards that giving up the competition so quickly was ‘unAustralian’ and ‘p**s poor’ for Elle and Joel.

He told TV Tonight: “We had a 48-hour challenge to pick the house you get and they got smaller and smaller after 48 hours. It’s something that has never happened before.

“Forty-five thousand people have signed up to be on The Block and win life-changing money. These guys kept going and just couldn’t keep up with the pace after 48 hours,” he continued.

Scott previously said at the Logie Awards that giving up Elle and Joel so quickly in the competition was 'unAustralian' and 'p**s poor'

Scott previously said at the Logie Awards that giving up Elle and Joel so quickly in the competition was 'unAustralian' and 'p**s poor'

Scott previously said at the Logie Awards that giving up Elle and Joel so quickly in the competition was ‘unAustralian’ and ‘p**s poor’

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