On the show, we don't have phones, we don't have social media. I did not know what to expect once the show aired. He also admitted that he did briefly think he might lose Becca over the scandal, because the posts he liked went against things she believed in. When the Season 14 finale aired, these widespread suspicions proved right, and the After the Final Rose's determination to seemingly make the audience fall in love with Garrett before discussing any negativity didn't exactly feel like the right move. Anyway, here's at least one of his castmates — — in the comments throwing him some love, so there's that? Should a 29 year-old man, in 2018, really need Bachelor Nation calling out his prejudice online to make the change he purports to be making?! The rest of her statement is confusing, and doesn't totally add up with Garrett's response that he was hacked.
The conversation soon turned towards his personal and political beliefs though when a former contestant posted screenshots of some. It seems sort of unnecessary. The news comes after Yrigoyen was given the first impression rose in the premiere as well as spoilers and photos leaking that Yrigoyen is likely the season. For those who do know me, I am a sincere, genuine, loving, light-hearted, open minded and non-judgmental individual. I like to make new friends with anyone I meet and want everyone to find their happiness. Has becoming famous and being held responsible for his abhorrent opinions made Garrett into a better human being overnight? Read his full statement below: 'Bachelorette' Becca Kufrin on How Her Fiance Is Different From Arie Luyendyk, Jr. When season 14 of The Bachelorette first started airing, Garrett immediately came under fire for liking some offensive posts on social media, and he finally got a chance to fully explain himself and apologize in person on the after show.
He got the first impression rose. The couple explained that they were working past the issue and learning from it as a result. Garrett's posts were sexist, transphobic, homophobic, etc. After receiving the first impression rose in the season premiere, Garrett became the topic of conversation among fans. He liked posts that were fat shaming, calling Parkland School shooting survivor David Hogg a crisis actor, transphobic and racist. His tearful exit wasn't easy to watch, but the 28-year-old sales rep apparently has no regrets about the whole thing.
And speaking of how hard it was on them as a couple, Becca had a few feelings on the subject to share herself. Hopefully, we will watch Becca educate Garrett and change his double tapping behavior. As in in-credible, not credible. He went on to discuss the topic. Chris Harrison then asked Becca how she felt about all this.
I did not know what to expect once the show aired. I went on The Bachelorette for the adventure and possibility of falling in love, not fame. Garrett also apologized to those he had hurt again. Again, I sincerely apologize and am sorry for any hurt, damage, or offense I may have caused. I love to laugh often and enjoy seeing others do the same. However, there's already controversy around frontrunner , who reportedly posts on his Instagram account. In the meantime, though, it's time to get ready for Bachelor in Paradise and later, the next Bachelor.
However, Spivey captured a few of photos allegedly liked by Yrigoyen. I didn't mean to hurt anybody's feelings or do anything like that. It made us stronger as a couple. A little bit of history may do Garrett good. It looks like Kufrin has finally addressed Yrigoyen's Instagram likes in an interview with.
I, for one, wasn't expecting the show to address the controversy at all — and some fans weren't buying what he was saying: Well, regardless, it's not our relationship to fret over — it's Garrett and Becca's. Again, I sincerely apologize and am sorry for any hurt, damage, or offense I may have caused. I am a strong woman and I do believe in certain things, but again, that's what's so great about our country is that everyone is entitled to their own opinions. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ashley Spivey Exposes Garrett Yrigoyen Since the news broke out to the public, Yrigoyen has deleted his Instagram account. That's all you can ask for of another person, is somebody who recognizes if they make a mistake and they do something wrong and want to learn and grow from it.
On May 31, from that account, in which he apologized for his social media activity. I am not perfect, and I will never be anywhere close, but now I will always be more informed and aware of what I am liking and supporting, not just on Instagram, but in life. The Bachelorette contestant became a big frontrunner in both and America's hearts after his adorable minivan exit on Monday night's premiere, but was quickly for allegedly liking Instagram posts which mock transgender people, feminists, immigrants and Parkland shooting survivors. I was raised in a very open-minded family that was accepting to everybody. But some fans took the comments to suggest that it is literally incredible.
As of now, they seem incredibly happy. Social media is now part of the fabric of our culture. But everyone is entitled to their own opinions, and at the end of the day, I wanted to go on this journey to open up myself and have people see my love story unfold, and I would hope that they would stay open and respect me but also stay open and respect these 28 guys that went along on the journey with me. I've just been so busy traveling around the country with press that I haven't really been able to read too much up on it, but everyone is entitled to their own opinions, and at the end of the day I wanted to go on this journey to open up myself and have people see my love story unfold and I would hope that they would stay open and respect me but also stay open and respect these 28 guys that went along on the journey with me. I know that he stands by his apology and he feels so bad for everyone he did offend.
Kufrin, meanwhile, has also been speaking out about Yrigoyan's comments in recent interviews. I like to make new friends with anyone I need and want everyone to find their happiness. I am a strong woman and I do believe in certain things, but again, that's what's so great about our country -- everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Just as some of the tweets mention, it is hopeful to believe that a person can learn from his mistakes and improve himself, but the real proof of change is someone's actions. Also also, maybe everyone is entitled to change their opinions when they realize? I never realized the power behind a mindless double tap on Instagram and how it bears so much weight on people's lives. So, what exactly did Garrett do and what does Becca have to say about the social media mess? I am not the negative labels people are associating me with. While we're obviously disappointed by this news, this kind of social media activity is particularly shocking to Bachelorette fans considering Yrigoyen is trying to start a relationship with and potentially marry Becca Kufrin, who has openly Hillary Clinton and the Women's March.