In the Instagram post — where she's seen smooching Jeremy — Auj wrote, "Molly is married!!!! Yesterday I got to stand behind my sister-in-law while she exchanged the most beautiful vows and said, 'I do.' Congrats Molly, you and Joel have such a solid foundation and Jeremy and I cannot wait to watch you both live out 'I do' for the rest of your lives." She added, "Cheers oneness! Watch my stories for a glimpse of this glorious day!"
Fans immediately flooded the reality star's Instagram and Facebook with comments like, "So instead of posting a pic of the married couple, you post one of yourself and Jeremy? Lmao wow." Another added, "This gal is so into herself... so much for Molly's wedding pic." A third chimed in, "Why are you congratulating the bride and groom, yet posting a picture of you and your husband? Seems strange..."
Molly is married!!!! Yesterday I got to stand behind my sister-in-law while she exchanged the most beautiful vows and said "I do." Congrats @mollyjoroloff you and Joel have such a solid foundation and and Jeremy and I cannot wait to watch you both live out "I do" for the rest of your lives. Cheers oneness! Watch my stories for a glimpse of this glorious day! #beating50percent #stayingido #journeyofjerandauj
This isn't the first time the mom-to-be has received backlash on social media, though. Just last month, the 26-year-old took to Instagram to post a prayer for her unborn daughter, but fans were quick to point out the part where she wrote, "in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation." One commenter said, "I don't really consider this generation, MY generation, to be crooked or twisted, especially since we are all 'children of God,' but it's a nice prayer nonetheless." Another added, "Crooked and twisted generation? Ouch."
Her hubby even ruffled some feathers of his own when he posted a photo with her that encouraged people to keep pursuing women even after they reject you. Part of his message read, "The woman of your dreams is often on the side of a long, sometimes hard and difficult pursuit. Denial is a part of life, but a woman worth marrying is worth patiently purposefully pursuing — and she’s likely waiting for that man to show up." Yikes!