Jana Kramer was left feeling “annoyed” after learning her ex-husband Johnathon Schaech posted one of their old wedding photos to take a dig at their short-lived marriage.

During a new episode of Kramer’s “Whine Down” podcast, the actress shared her thoughts about Schaech’s tweet in which he explained their brief marriage to his seven-year-old son.

“So my ex-husband, because I guess he technically was a husband, so he tweeted out a picture of our wedding day,” Kramer said. “But he tags me in it...first of all, why are you tagging me in it?”

Although Kramer liked the post on social media, she revealed she wasn’t happy about it. “I didn’t want to see that photo on my Twitter,” she explained.

“And now you’re tagging me in it. So I don’t want other people to see that photo. Yeah, you can Google it if you’re searching and you wanna see it. It bothered me.”

Schaech shared the tweet on Friday, reflecting on his current marriage with businesswoman Julie Solomon and failed unions.

“I had to explain this photo to my son today. I told him I’ve been married three times. But I got it right when I married his mother. @kramergirl and I lasted a week. We weren’t meant but for this photo and friendship,” he wrote.

Kramer admitted that she texted Schaech after he began interacting with fans that commented on the Twitter post. “I’m like, ‘Can you be nice and not say mean things about me on Twitter?’” she said.

“Part of me wants to text him and be like, ‘Can you take that down?’” she added.

Schaech and Kramer split in 2010 after one month of marriage, People reports. One fan told the actor he hoped there were still “nice memories” from his wedding day with the “One Tree Hill” alum, however, Schaech replied, “Nope.”

Kramer married husband Michael Caussin in 2015, the couple shares a daughter, Jolie Rae, and a son, Jace Joseph. Meanwhile, Schaech married Solomon in 2013, they share a son, Camden, and a daughter, Lillian Josephine.

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Pictured: Jana Kramer performs as part of the "Fox & Friends" All American Concert Series, June 26, 2015, in New York City. Getty