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Manu Feildel hits back at critics following his voluntary exit from SAS Australia

Celebrity chef Manu Feildel hits back at critics following his voluntary exit from SAS Australia


Manu Feildel has shared an inspiring message following his voluntary exit from SAS Australia

On Thursday evening, the celebrity chef appeared to be in a reflective mood following his departures from the Channel Seven military style series as he shared a motivational post to Instagram. 

‘Worry about your character, not your reputation,’ the social media post began. 

Firing back: Manu Feildel (pictured) has hit back at critics following his voluntary exit from Wednesday night’s episode of SAS Australia

The post continued: ‘Your character is who you are. Your reputation is who people think you are.’

Manu’s fellow SAS Australia recruits were quick to comment on the inspirational quote. 

Former politician Emma Husar, who also voluntary left the show in the same episode, wrote, ‘Solid,’ with a clapping hand and heart emoji.

Words to live by: On Thursday evening, the celebrity chef appeared to be in a reflective mood following his departures from the Channel Seven military style series as he shared a motivational post to Instagram

Words to live by: On Thursday evening, the celebrity chef appeared to be in a reflective mood following his departures from the Channel Seven military style series as he shared a motivational post to Instagram

Influencer Erin Holland, who was on Tuesday’s episode, commented: ‘Love this.’ 

The former My Kitchen Rules star became the third recruit to voluntarily quit SAS Australia.

He dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton, surrounded by his fellow recruits, after an underwater challenge was revealed. 

‘I came on this course to prove something to myself, and I just realised I don’t need to prove anything,’ Manu boldly said to the camera shortly after his exit.

'I don't need to prove anything': The former My Kitchen Rules star became the third recruit to voluntarily quit SAS Australia. He dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton, surrounded by his fellow recruits, after an underwater challenge was revealed

‘I don’t need to prove anything’: The former My Kitchen Rules star became the third recruit to voluntarily quit SAS Australia. He dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton, surrounded by his fellow recruits, after an underwater challenge was revealed

‘I’ve got a f**king good life. I’ve got a f**king good life, and I want it back,’ he added. 

Manu still got paid in full despite only lasting two days on the popular Seven series.

It’s been revealed Feildel was only ever required to spend two days on the show to fulfil the obligations of the network contract he has had with Channel 7 since 2010. 

SAS Australia continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

Still raking it in: Manu still got paid in full despite only lasting two days on the popular series

Still raking it in: Manu still got paid in full despite only lasting two days on the popular series

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