But the response from "Cyclone Cyrell" and her equally hot-headed beau was unexpected.
"You know what we have actually copped a lot of hate ourselves with things being said like we are a 'publicity stunt,'" she said.
Eden chimed in: "I don't think it is a publicity stunt. I think Nick is a genuine guy, that is not something he would do. I think him and Jess are genuinely happy."
Just days before, Cyrell was labelled a "bully" when she laid into Jess for the umpteen time.
Taking to social media, Cyrell screenshotted an article about Jess where the blonde model claimed the Channel Nine hit MAFS show was "faked".
Cyrell wrote: "Once a liar always a liar! Stand up and take responsibility for ur f****d up actions!" Cyrell also added a series of crude emojis, namely an eggplant emoji over a gif of Jess' face, and a cruel vomit emoji over the original photo of Jess.
Considering Cyrell has been quick to call out the bullying actions of Jess - and sidekicks Martha Kalifatidis and Ines Basic in the past, fans couldn't help but point out the irony of her disturbing post.
Jess also responded saying, "Putting emojis and writing horrible things all over a picture of me, it's really just a show of your character … You've got some major self-growth to do, and I really hope you do it."
The pair also addressed whether they are living together, "pretty much," Eden said; whether they still have day jobs, "I don't but Eden does," Cyrell responded; if Jess was a fish what fish would she be, "a blowfish," they said in unison; and if Cyrell still gets jealous, "hell ya," she said.
"No it didn't [affect my job] because number one, it wasn't true and number two, there was no police report filed," he said.