Will took to Instagram on Wednesday after Season 8 of the Lifetime reality series had wrapped its broadcast run to express his feelings on marrying a stranger and his experience on the show overall, and Jasmine -- whom Will chose to blindside and divorce on "Decision Day" -- wasn't pleased.
According to a screenshot captured by a Married at First Sight fan account, Will seemed to take a dig at Jasmine by writing, "They say you can truly see a person when you're not looking at them, and those actions define their true character."
Will went on to say, "I entered this process to find my forever...that didn't happen but I knew the risk before i signed up.... and I truly wish @jasminemcgriff88 nothing but the best in her search for her Mr. Right.... I enjoyed meeting her family (S/O Uncle Joe and Aunt Susie) and my main man Bentley."
"I want to sincerely thank @kineticcontent and all the hardworking people, producers, etc that made season 8 of #MAFS what it was. I'd like to wish all the couples that stayed together nothing but a lifetime of happiness."
Jasmine then slammed Will in the comments section of his post.
"Bruh. Please delete anything about my family including Bentley. I'm bout to go in on your ass forreal," Jasmine snapped.
"Attention seeking behavior, I'm over it!" she added, according to a screenshot shared on the MAFS fan account.
"Delete my whole part in your paragraph. Here you go saying a bunch of nothing! You hated production! You didn't sign up honestly, you weren't honest during the process and I called you out on it! Plz don't F with me tonight! Cause I GOT TIME TODAY!!!"
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Will didn't appear to respond to Jasmine's comments and later deleted his post entirely.
Will, however, admitted in his long message to fans that he wasn't his best self while filming the seven-week, extreme marriage experiment.
"I've learned a lot about myself through this untraditional, crazy yet amazing journey. I can admit I wasn't perfect by any means, and in hindsight there are many things I could've and would've done differently, including being more open and #HONEST on camera," Will admitted in his post.
"However, I know I lived a few Pilars in which strong marital foundations are built upon by displaying #INTEGRITY when it didn't benefit my reflection.....However the #TRUTH was documented.... in one form or another."
In addition to wishing the other three Married at First Sight couples from Season 8 all the best, Will said he hoped Kate Sisk and Luke Cuccurullo -- who were the other pair to divorce -- learned something that will aid them in finding their perfect partners down the road.
On the "Decision Day" episode, which preceded the finale reunion special, Will revealed to the MAFS experts the best part of his marriage was becoming friends with Jasmine, but she noted they had "emotional connection issues," which goes hand in hand with the lack of "a sexual connection."
Despite their challenges and different views on gender roles, Jasmine opted to stay together and work things out. Will, however, chose to end their marriage because he was concerned about their poor communication.
Jasmine cried about being a failure and admitted she was disappointed in Will and his decision to give up on their relationship, especially since she had put so much effort into it.