My Kitchen Rules

MKR's Sonya and Hadil have been attacked with death threats and VILE racist comments online

There is no excuse for this kind of treatment.

By Now to Love Staff

Watching the drama unfold around the shocking removal of MKR's Sonya and Hadil, it's easy to forget that these women are real people, not just fictionalised TV 'villains' produced to bring in viewers.

Despite what may have happened during MKR's war of word's between fellow amateur chefs, Jess and Emma and NSW besties, Sonya and Hadil, the type of vile attacks these women are now receiving are uncalled for, damaging and unforgivable.

On Thursday, the controversial pair took to Instagram to share examples of the abusive messages they've been receiving.

On Thursday, the controversial pair took to Instagram to share examples of the abusive messages they've been receiving.

Be warned, these messages are racist, cruel and may be triggering for people who have suffered from online bullying.

It started with a message thanking their supporters and then declaring "enough is enough" when it comes to their online bullies - revealing the women were ready to name and shame.

Story continues after messages.

While we don't condone naming and shaming, we will be sharing the messages the bullies have sent with names blurred out.

The insults come after the pair took to Instagram in the lead up to the highly-anticipated episode (which saw them asked to leave the table) to pre-empt any unkind words heading their way.

"Only a complete fool makes accusations based on what another person has told them," their statement reads.

"Don't assume everything you hear to be true, and never accuse without knowing all the facts or both sides of the story.

"The best option is to stay silent if you don't witness something yourself."

In the same post, Sonya, 34, and Hadil, 30, slam the producers for the way things played out on-screen.

"We fell right into the hands of producers and the manipulated drama," the friends say in response to a fan comment.

"[It was] definitely not a smart decision [to not critique the food], but when the words and actions towards you (which is not being shown) pushes you to breaking point it's going to be a recipe for disaster.

"AND tonight we were pushed to the limit by both producers and certain contestants."

"We were not raised to speak to others in the manner we did, but something which was not shown pushed us to breaking point... The opportunity at the title was taken away from us indeed and sadly we felt it was unfairly taken away from us."

There has been no word yet if the women will return to show but they have wished the remaining teams good luck.