"The Bachelorette" victor Garrett Yrigoyan offered an explanation and an apology for his past controversial Instagram activity during Monday's live season finale following his engagement to Becca Kufrin. The Bachelorette was forced to discuss politics. Garrett deleted his Instagram account and released a long statement that apologized for "mindlessly tapping" on "hurtful, degrading, and dehumanizing" posts.
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Garrett Yrigoyen could get a bit of deja vu when he walks down the aisle with new fiancée Becca Kufrin. But please never ever mention anything to do with actual political opinions.
Yrigoyen, a Reno, Nevada-based medical sales representative, 29, dropped down on one knee and asked for Kufrin's hand in marriage after Kufrin said three magic words. Yrigoyen then stepped in with a practiced reply. "Some stuff came out about my social media, and I didn't realize the effect behind a double tap or a like on Instagram". So I put out an apology [on Instagram in May]. "I didn't mean to offend anyone". "I think there is a better fit for us out there".
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Don't expect "Bachelorette" Becca Kufrin and fiancé Garrett Yrigoyen to make a mad dash to the altar. "It makes our relationship so much stronger, and we continue to grow together".
It's important to note that there is a difference between being having anxiety in certain situations, like when you're on a reality dating show, and when you are actually suffering from an anxiety disorder. Maybe if things don't work out with Yrigoyen, there's still a shot for these two ...? Many correctly assumed this reaction meant that Garrett would win, as it's rare for contestants to address off-screen drama while the season is airing.
"We've been honest and open and transparent with one another since the beginning". Its response was to reframe the entire scandal as an easily surmountable obstacle in the path of a nice romantic relationship. He added that he was anxious he was going to lose Becca over the controversy, and that he doesn't stand by the posts. For the show, Garrett's social-media behavior is not a problem because it "offended" people, and it's certainly not a problem because it espouses nauseating, false, and dehumanizing political stances. Garrett assures Uncle Chuck that Becca knows he has emotions.
"Can't believe I wasted watching this show for her to pick racist ass Garrett in the end", one viewer wrote.
The Bachelorette finale has come and gone and with it, a fair share of controversy centering around the man Becca chose to marry, Garrett Yrigoyan.