Well, well, well — more contestants from The Bachelorette making waves outside of the show.
First up, Season 12 suitor Jordan Rodgers recently opened up about
the reason he’s on the show his brother and Green Bay Packers‘ quarterback Aaron Rodgers — and how they have a “complicated” relationship.
Talking with The Garbage Time podcast, the 27-year-old admitted:
“You know, we have a relationship. It’s complicated. I’ll say that.”
When asked if he’s a fan of Olivia Munn‘s man’s team, Jordan said:
“So one of my best friends in the world, Dave Bakhtiari, is [Aaron’s] left tackle. I lived with David before the draft, so absolutely.”
But… not because of your brother? Telling!
And it’s pretty safe to say there aren’t any Bachelor Nights going on at the Rodger’s household. When talking about whether Aaron’s been watching, the aspiring TV commentator responded:
“I’m sure everybody watches the show, so yeah. I think so, yeah. You know, I haven’t gotten any pointers on my kissing or my dating.”
While defending his intentions on the show J.R. insisted he was there for the right reasons, despite what other people said:
“I’m not sure why they would have said it because I feel like I was there with very genuine [intentions], and I feel like everybody knew that, but obviously not quite as well as I thought. It’s not true, so I laugh it off a little bit.”
Speaking of laughable moments… let’s get to Chad Johnson (you know the one).
Well he’s back! And he’s still talking sh*t about everyone else!
While appearing on Andy Cohen‘s SiriusXM‘s Radio Andy, the bad boy villian — who was eliminated for his violent behavior — claims all the other dudes there are on the show for the notoriety of it (see previous topic above).
In fact, “Bad Chad” says he posted that infamous picture of himself kissing contestant Robby Hayes‘ ex-girlfriend Hope Higginbotham to prove a point:
“The main goal with that was to show you’ve got all these guys on the show and they’re acting all nice and like they’re such good guys when at the end of the day, they’re cheating on their girlfriends, half of them broke up with girlfriends to go on the show. How can they be good guys? I wouldn’t do that. I’m the only one with an actual real reason for coming on the show to meet somebody.”
And as far as his aggressive behavior on the show, Chad says at the end of the day, it’s all a competition:
“I think the No. 1 thing so far is that people just think I’m this violent crazy person who hurts women or something like that. It’s a competition. ├óΓé¼┬ª I’m going to do what I have to do. I treat my women very well. That’s my thing, like yeah, I’m willing to do what I gotta do to get what I want when it comes to competition, but I’m very nice to my girls.”
Is this guy gonna go away yet? Doesn’t look like it.
[Image via Instagram.]