If anyone who has seen The Bachelor and not The Bachelorette wants to tell me that the women on The Bachelor are like, so dramatic and give women a bad, catty name, I invite you to take a look at JoJo’s season of The Bachelorette. Dollars to donuts the men on this season are the most dramatic contestants of all time in Bachelor Nation. Yeah, I said it. James Taylor and Jordan Rodgers had the weirdest, most inconsequential fight in Bachelorette history over a poker game, and it was both hilarious and horrifying to watch.
Apparently, Jordan and James fought over a rule in a poker game, and James told JoJo that Jordan was “entitled” about the rules because he’s “Jordan Rodgers” and he gets what he wants or something? I don’t disagree with that necessarily, but James didn’t know his audience — JoJo is obsessed with Jordan. It was like Leah tattling on Lauren B. on Ben Higgins’ season of The Bachelor — Ben was so into Lauren that he was kind of like, “Ugh, I guess I’ll address this.” That’s pretty much what JoJo did, telling Jordan the stuff that James said about him. Snitches get stitches, JoJo — don’t you know that.
After JoJo’s conversations with both men, they kind of just went into a sitting room and stared at each other for five minutes while someone waited to say something. James owned up to it right away (which is not what Leah did), but I can’t help but think that this is going to James home. Like I said, James did not know his audience — JoJo is really into Jordan, and even if he is entitled (which he said he didn’t know what that word means, which, okay), she’s not going to see it because she doesn’t want to. Sorry, James, but I think that one poker story is going to be your ultimate undoing. No one likes a tattletale.
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