Ever since Tuesday night's episode of Married At First Sight, it seems like the nation is swooning for bride Jessika Power's very attractive older brother, Rhyce.
In just a few hours, Rhyce's Instagram following sky-rocketed from 1,371 on Tuesday afternoon to over 22,000 after his appearance on the show later that evening. Right now he's on 38.8K followers and we bet that's just going to keep on climbing.
But the 27 year-old, who works as a carpenter by day and stripper by night, has had to defend himself after some shocking allegations arose that he had been violent against women.
The tattooed hunk spoke to Kyle and Jackie O on their breakfast radio show on Thursday saying, "There are some false rumours going around about me."
"Someone's got a photo saying I've got VROs [Violence Restraining Order] against me and [that I'm violent] against women."
Rhyce added that someone took a photo off Google of a heavily bruised woman and shared on social media that he was the perpetrator.
"It's pretty sad because the girl it actually happened to in 2015 messaged me crying her eyes out because she just got over it. Now this photo's gone viral about her," he told the radio duo.
At his sister's on-screen wedding, Rhyce came off as aggressively protective of Jessika especially when best man Broxy made a very inappropriate speech that neither Rhyce nor Jessika's dad Troy were impressed with.
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Rhyce even admitted to Kyle and Jackie O that he lets it all hang out when he's waiting and stripping for the Magic Men Australia Agency..
"Girls don't like if you're not getting it all out!" he added.
In fact, the good folks at Magic Men were kind enough to send through a variety of snaps of Rhyce in action as well as a link to his profile for your viewing pleasure.
He's also confirmed he's single, so with a body like that and a massive social media following, could we be seeing him on Love Island or The Bachelorette later this year? Watch this space...
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