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"Aldi strikes again with the fresh creps... Online today, in stores July 4th," Tommy, 22, wrote.
And let's just say fans are a little divided over the sliders - which are emblazoned with the supermarket's logo - with some loving them while others said they should be 'illegal'.
Molly-Mae Hague was quick to show her support, posting a series of love heart eye emojis.
However, others rinsed Tommy, with one person commenting: "You can't wear a Dior hoodie and Aldi sliders that's illegal!"
"Stop pretending you like these Aldi sliders," added a second
While another wrote: "Who actually wears them."
And a third added: "Do you actually wear them....or just for the pound note?"
But others were impressed, with one calling Tommy "the only person that could make Aldi sliders look good!"
And another said: "I WANT SOME."
"So fresh!" added a third.
The Aldimania sliders are priced at £3.99 per pair and can be pre-ordered on Aldi's online shop now, before hitting stores on 4th July.
Aldi explain: "The unisex Aldimania Sliders (£3.99) are a stylish summer must-have and are ideal for days spent on the beach or by the pool.
"Both comfortable and flexible, these sliders boast a navy design and are emblazoned with Aldi's iconic logo on the strap. The quality sliders are available in sizes 4 - 10 for both men and women."
Back in April, Tommy was rinsed again after he wore an Aldi hoody on social media.
The normally fashion-conscious boxer turned influencer wrote: "Not @AldiUK pulling through with the fresh garms ?!! Dropping Sunday 25th..."
The garment - emblazoned with Aldi in bold type - didn't go down very well with fans, either, with Tommy getting absolutely rinsed in the comments.
One person wrote: "No one is gona be walking round wearing a bloody aldi hoodie are you maddd."
And one joked: "Where's that from?"
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