Friday, 19 October, 2018

'The Bachelor' star Becca Kufrin's hometown bans Arie Luyendyk Jr

Lauren B. and Becca on The Bachelor ABC  Paul Hebert Lauren B. and Becca on The Bachelor ABC Paul Hebert
Stacy Diaz | 09 March, 2018, 05:35

Let's just discuss the aftermath of After the Final Rose.

The star of ABC's "The Bachelor" knows he's catching a lot of flack, but he says he's willing to take the heat for dumping Becca Kufrin to find true love with runner-up Lauren Burnham. But viewers witnessed Luyendyk Jr. and Kufrin's entire "private" breakup, when it was just the two of them (and an ABC camera crew).

Since reconciling in January, Lauren and Arie have not spent more than one week apart.

Some Bachelor fans were so pissed off they chose to channel their anger through action.

Minnesota state representative, Drew Christensen, has drafted a bill to ban The Bachelor's Arie Luyendyk Jr. from the state because he's a bad man who does bad things. It's especially amusing because Becca is from Prior Lake, Minnesota.

The bill to ban Arie from Minnesota probably isn't going to go anywhere, but we support the sentiment.

When Arie was asked whether he was over Becca, he told Lauren he was 1000% over Becca even though they had been engaged just a few days prior. He needs 10,000 retweets on his original tweet to invite Becca. Well, he got 12,000 retweets - and stuck to his word!

So did Becca, the spurned ex-fiancee, learn her lesson that seeking love on a reality show often doesn't pan out the way one expects?

Emily and Arie met in 2012 on Season 8 of The Bachelorette and really hit it off as he made it to the finale and was ready to propose.

Becca got her heartbroken by Arie Luyendyk Jr. on the most recent season of "The Bachelor". "It is state policy that every individual in the state has a right to live free from the presence of Arie Luyendyk, Jr., in the state".

He added, "Honestly, I wanted [for] her that opportunity to be the potential Bachelorette". One particularly eyebrow-raising detail that's emerged is that Lauren was engaged to be married - to an National Hockey League player, no less - as recently as July of past year.

Yikes! But, Minnesota isn't the only state that has something to say.

In the wake of the billboards, several ex-girlfriends are calling him out for being a "cheat", and claiming he would regularly flirt with other girls on social media. When I'm not scrolling through various timeline's I'm researching skin care regiments and watching the Cleveland Cavaliers.