Jason Dundas, who is popular as “David Jones ambassador”, has been questioned for deleting his job title from his Instagram account last week without any explanation. Although Jason immediately restored his biography later, it was too late to pacify the buzz that had already transformed into a wildfire in the web. However, the reason behind it is not yet confirmed.
Meanwhile, this news coincides with another news about Jarrod Scott’s debut in David Jones at their 2016 Spring/Summer launch, which makes the entire circumstances appear bizarre and interesting. Jarrod, a New York-based model, and a fitness freak, confirmed on Sunday that he was returning to Australia for David Jones' catwalk show on August 3.
The dilemma was given birth by the edits made by Jason in his “social media CV”.
When Montana Cox was dropped from the role of key ambassadors after three years by David Jones, Jason omitted all traces of David Jones from his Instagram page the same week. However, the position was again added to his social media profile on Saturday. His profile now includes 'David Jones Ambassador'.
Jason has confirmed to Telegraph explaining that he will return to Australia for David Jones' catwalk show on August 3.
"This will be the first time I've walked in one of their shows, 'They always look really impressive, so I'm ready to have some fun on the runway with their ambassadors and their other special guests."
However, It is not sure that Jarrod Scott’s debut in the department store’s upcoming event and Jason’s profile edits are in any way related.