Published: Tue, August 07, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

‘The Bachelorette’ addressed Garrett’s Instagram controversy - but left out a crucial detail

‘The Bachelorette’ addressed Garrett’s Instagram controversy - but left out a crucial detail

Despite the words from Yrigoyen and Kufrin, Bachelor Nation was outraged Monday night after Kufrin gave her final rose to the man at the center of the social media scandal. The Bachelorette was forced to discuss politics. Why else defend him so vigorously? Jason seems to be ahead in many polls out there, but that may shift now that the finale has aired and Blake's heartbreak has been shown. "My personality. The fact that I actually can speak".

But now that things are over, well, it's high time for Mr. Yrigoyen to address why he liked those shitty, offensive IG posts... She then said that she's not ready to say goodbye to Yrigoyen.

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"I didn't realize the effect behind a double tap or a like on Instagram. I put out an apology, I didn't mean to offend anybody, I apologize for that still", he said. He says that he didn't mean to offend anyone and didn't want to hurt Becca, but doesn't clarify whether or not he believed the content in the posts that he liked online. "When I found out where we were going for the finale [the Maldives] and knew how hot it was going to be, it was just ideal", the stylist explained. "But I just want to move forward, to learn and to grow and continue to educate ourselves". "So when we started talking about that, we got through that together and we're growing, we're progressing and we're moving forward".

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"I was [ready to find love], and I am now because honestly - after the first episode - I never thought I'd have a girlfriend again because I'm, like, 'This is pretty bad, '" he said of his mute meeting with Becca Kufrin. You'd have no way to know about Yrigoyen's political beliefs, about Kufrin's, or about howthey "got through that". "I know what it feels like to feel this way". Maybe if things don't work out with Yrigoyen, there's still a shot for these two ...? I did not mean any harm by any of it.

Let us know in the comments (below)... (Did he not see Rachel cry her eyelashes off on the last Bachelorette?) He claims that Becca's choice will leave one contestant so broken-hearted and devastated that we haven't seen anything like it before.

"Me preparing to watch the #BacheloretteFinale knowing good and well Becca is probably about to pick Garrett and I'm going to be mad", one viewer tweeted.

The fam seemed to give a slight edge to Blake by saying he seemed more like Becca's equal and Garrett seemed like more of a risk, but then again they all mentioned the possibility of getting sent home to Blake so it seems they already knew which way the wind was blowing. Her sister told her Garrett was "incredible", adding, "I felt like I had known him for years". It's also always pretended that it's completely neutral and none of those things exist. It's deeply entrenched in the politics of marginalizing people of color, celebrating and prioritizing privilege, and reinforcing stereotypes of gender and romance. Any overtly political subject feels so out-of-bounds, so completely anathema to the show's false veneer of inhuman romance, that brushing up against the hint of politics feels like a shock.

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