Hilary Duff’s husband Matthew Koma is trolling “Bachelor” alumnus Madison Prewett for saying she “wants to be like Jesus.”
The music producer, 35, shared a video via TikTok on Tuesday of Prewett, 26, in which he stated in an interview earlier this month: “I want to be as much like Jesus as possible, right? I want to have the scent of Christ around me, in me.”
Koma then duetted the clip, hilariously replying, “And I want to look like Harry Styles and have him in me, but that’s not how the king’s life works.”
Several TikTok users immediately flooded the comments section, with many pointing out how Koma is married to Duff, also 35.
“Hilary, you better come, man,” one fan joked about the musician’s brutality, while another added, “I love that this is Lizzie McGuire’s husband.”
Others wrote things like, “Mr. Hilary Duff kills it on tiktok! 😅,” and “Right now I don’t know if Hilary Duff or Matthew Koma is more iconic. TikTok king 🔥.”
Prewett was the runner-up on Peter Weber’s season of “The Bachelor” in 2020. The reality star – who was a virgin at the time – famously left the show after discovering that Weber, 31, had slept with another contestant.
As for Koma, he is certainly no stranger to celebrity trolling on the internet.
This week, he posted another TikTok video where he did a duet with Madonna, where she uttered the words “I hope you’re hungry” while showing off her sexy outfit.
Koma replied, “I just ate. I’m full.”
The post came about a week after ‘Clarity’ artist Adam Levine toasted about his cheating in a funny post on his Instagram.
Koma snapped his own selfie in one of the alleged leaked DMs of the Maroon 5 singer in which Levine had messaged a woman: “Holy f–k. Holy F-king f–k. That body of yours is absurd.”
The internet erupted with similar memes mocking Levine’s alleged infidelity, though he has since denied cheating on his wife Behati Prinsloo.
Koma also dragged Candace Cameron Bure onto TikTok in July to dance to Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA” during the Fourth of July celebrations.
“It’s all respect,” the model said of her conversations with…
‘Yeah, the song you’re playing? Yes, it’s about veterans coming home from Vietnam and being treated like s–t. Yes, it’s not about July 4th,” he said in the video.
Koma and Duff got married in 2019. They share daughters Banks, 3, and Mae, 1. The former Disney star also has a 10-year-old son, Luca, with ex-husband Mike Comrie, whom she has been married to since 2010. until 2016.