All of America might think he's "totally mean-o" but I'm actually starting to feel bad for Bachelor Juan Pablo. It's become sort of trendy to hop on the I-Hate-Juan-Pablo-but-Ess-Okay bandwagon and there's no sign of that stopping any time soon. And considering he recently dissed fan favorite Andi Dorfman, I'm pretty sure all hell's about to break loose.
To be fair, we only heard one side of the story regarding their infamous fantasy suite date, and it's very obvious who everyone sided with. Well here's a doozy for you, Juan Pablo finally told his side of the story, and I'm sorry but ... I kind of agree with him.
Here's what he had to say:
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I have a completely different opinion about what happened on our overnight date. I respect her decision, but in my opinion, she should have told me in private, when we had no cameras, but I guess some people would rather do things in public.
Um ... how do you say BURN in Spanish? He's basically implying that Andi did what she did for attention, and while it obviously worked, it doesn't really put her in the best light.
Look, I know we all love Andi, but Juan Pablo is 100 percent right here. Why didn't she just talk to him in private? They did spend the ENTIRE night together. Was it completely necessary to wait until the cameras were rolling to rip him apart? I'm not sure if you guys know this, but Juan Pablo has a daughter. Camila. And she's going to be really pissed when she hears about this.
Now don't get me wrong, I'm totally happy Andi decided to fight with JP on camera ... that episode was seriously dragging and definitely needed a good argument from a girl who argues for a living. But still, it's just not a good look for her. And it's got a lot of people saying she did what she did purposely to become the next Bachelorette.
Not cool, Andi. No more besitos for you.
What do you think of Juan Pablo's side of the story?
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