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‘Anti-bullying’ Instagram account created to defend millionaire property developer and wife

‘Anti-bullying’ Instagram account created to defend millionaire property developer and his glamorous wife after her purchase of a $480,000 yellow Lamborghini was ridiculed

  • ‘Anti-bullying’ Instagram created to defend millionaire and his glamorous wife 
  • Cashed up property developer displays his extravagant wealth with wife online
  • Jean Nassif and his wife Nissy were met with widespread controversy online
  • He shared a video online of the couple with the luxurious $480,000 yellow car   
  • They were mocked for their materialistic display with a number of meme videos

An ‘anti-bullying’ Instagram account has been created to defend a millionaire who flaunted a yellow Lamborghini he bought his glamorous blonde wife. 

The Instagram account is rallying behind Jean Nassif, who works for Toplace in Sydney’s inner-west, and his wife Nissy.

Mr Nassif was met with widespread controversy after he shared a video of the luxurious car he bought his wife on social media on Valentine’s Day.

Mr Nassif was met with widespread controversy after he shared a video of the luxurious car he bought his wife on social media

An 'anti-bullying' Instagram account (pictured)  has been created to defend a millionaire who flaunted a yellow Lamborghini he bought his glamorous blonde wife 

An ‘anti-bullying’ Instagram account (pictured)  has been created to defend a millionaire who flaunted a yellow Lamborghini he bought his glamorous blonde wife 

In the video, Mr Nassif can be heard saying ‘congratulations Mrs Nassif… you like?’ as his wife admires the $480,000 vehicle

In the video, Mr Nassif can be heard saying ‘congratulations Mrs Nassif… you like?’ as his wife admires the $480,000 vehicle.

The young woman casually strolls into the garage where the prized car is parked and, wearing a Gucci belt, stands beside the prominent vehicle before blowing kisses to her followers.

The couple were quickly mocked for their materialistic display with a number of meme videos popping up on social media.

Wheelie bins, toy trucks, washing up gloves and rubber ducks were swapped out for the car and the pranksters joked whether Mrs Nassif would like the replacements.

Videos were posted to Instagram with the captions #MrsNassif, #YouLike, and the most popular #CongratulationsMrsNasiff.

Mrs Nassif, fed up with the meme videos, took to Instagram to respond to her haters.

The Instagram account is rallying behind Jean Nassif, who works for Toplace in Sydney's inner-west, and his wife Nissy (pictured) 

The Instagram account is rallying behind Jean Nassif, who works for Toplace in Sydney’s inner-west, and his wife Nissy (pictured) 

Wheelie bins, toy trucks, or washing up gloves were swapped out for the car and the pranksters joked whether Mrs Nassif would like the replacements

Videos were posted to Instagram with the captions #MrsNassif, #YouLike, and the most popular #CongratulationsMrsNasiff

Videos were posted to Instagram with the captions #MrsNassif, #YouLike, and the most popular #CongratulationsMrsNasiff

‘Social media is great, but instead of focusing on other people’s lives and count their blessings and spending all day checking out indecent footage, focus on your own future and how you can provide a good luxurious life for yourselves, your wives, children and loved ones,’ she wrote on Instagram.  

The Instagram page defending the couple was created on Monday and currently sits at 45 followers, with the description: ‘Anti bullying and supporting the beautiful Nassif’s’. 

All 27 posts currently on the account are of messages from supporters responding to the meme videos and accounts making fun of the pair. 

Mr Nassif was also met with strife after his development company blocked access to 700 car spaces by building a basement the company didn’t have approval for. 

Each post on the anti-bullying Instagram account are messages from fans and are posted with the hashtags #isupportthenassiffs, #antibullying, #familysupport and #charitywork 

Each post on the anti-bullying Instagram account are messages from fans and are posted with the hashtags #isupportthenassiffs, #antibullying, #familysupport and #charitywork 

He is in a row with the City of Parramatta council after residents and visitors were locked out of the CBD parking spaces amid construction.

Toplace was given approval to build a 30-storey apartment block, containing 425 apartments and 715 parking spots for public use, at 189 Macquarie Street in late 2015.

But Toplace went against their grant and decided to dig two extra levels of car parking under the site and an additional level to hold a hydraulic tank pumping out water.

The City of Parramatta said it was ‘no longer in litigation’ with Toplace and that the ‘parties are working together to complete the project’ but the details have not been disclosed. 

Mr Nassif is in a row with the City of Parramatta council after residents and visitors were locked out of the CBD parking spaces amid construction

Mr Nassif is in a row with the City of Parramatta council after residents and visitors were locked out of the CBD parking spaces amid construction

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