No more problems for Home and Away as actor Rob Kipa-Williams complains about his character’s writing – amid Sam Frost anti-vax controversy










He debuted on Channel Seven’s Home and Away last year.

But it looks like Rob Kipa-Williams is not happy with his character Ari Parata’s script.

The New Zealand actor complained on Instagram last month about his character writing, saying Ari had become less “tough” since his debut.

Drama: Home and Away actor Rob Kipa-Williams (pictured) complained on Instagram last month about his character writing Ari Parata

Rob posted a picture of Ari looking solemn at the beach and wrote: “Remember when Ari used to live on the cranky side of life?”

‘I miss Ari. Seriously, “one fan commented, to which Rob replied,” Me too. “

Another fan commented, “My husband said so yesterday. He said Ari was so rude and tough and cool when he first arrived.

“I like it a little more bluntly written… well,” Rob replied.

Throwback: The New Zealand actor says Ari has become less 'rugged' since his debut

Throwback: The New Zealand actor says Ari has become less ‘rugged’ since his debut

It comes after Rob’s co-star Sam Frost, who plays Jasmine Delaney, sparked outrage over the weekend by describing the rules of Covid-19 as ‘segregation’.

The word “segregation” is generally used to describe societies divided on the basis of race, religion or sexual orientation.

“I was really hesitant to make a video or even talk about that sort of thing, but I feel like it’s getting to a point now in the world where there’s a lot of segregation,” she said. said in a moving video on Instagram on Saturday.

“There are a lot of harsh judgments and opinions going around a lot and it definitely has consequences for my sanity, and I know the people around me are struggling – especially if they are on their side. not get vaccinated for any reason.

“There are a lot of different reasons people don’t get vaccinated and it can be because of their medical history, their concerns, they can have a family history, it can be religious reasons.”

Whinge: Rob wrote, “Remember when Ari lived on the cranky side of life?  A fan then commented:

Whinge: Rob wrote, “Remember when Ari lived on the cranky side of life? A fan then commented, “I miss Ari. Seriously,” to which Rob replied, “Me too”

Character changes: Rob went on to say that he

Character changes: Rob went on to say that he “liked Ari a little more crudely written”

Sam then said she had not been vaccinated, but claimed she spoke to her doctor as well as a psychologist about her decision.

However, it is understood that she does not have a valid medical exemption.

She added in tears: “It’s a very difficult time to be in society right now and you feel like you are less human and you feel like people are judging you.

‘And you’re too scared to talk about your opinion or your feelings and part of you wants to go,’ Well, it’s none of your business why I’m not! And there are good reasons why I’m not and I don’t want you to judge me.

She explained that it was important for the unvaccinated to take care of their mental health, especially as freedoms returned for fully vaccinated Australians.

After facing heavy criticism for her video, the 32-year-old has disabled her main Instagram account and blocked all comments on her mental health charity Believe By Sam Frost’s account.

Channel Seven then released a statement saying it “strongly encourages” vaccination and that Sam is still an employee of the network.

Backlash: This comes after Rob's co-star Sam Frost (pictured), who plays Jasmine Delaney, sparked outrage over the weekend by describing the Covid-19 rules as a

Backlash: This comes after Rob’s co-star Sam Frost (pictured), who plays Jasmine Delaney, sparked outrage over the weekend by describing the Covid-19 rules as “segregation”

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