Kaitlyn Sent Kupah Home On 'The Bachelorette' & His Immature Exit Will Go Down As One Of The Worst

Last week’s episode of The Bachelorette ended on a cliffhanger: Kupah was hooting and hollering because Kaitlyn had just cut him loose because she didn’t like him back, and he was just yelling at the producers and trying to leave. Literally having a temper tantrum. Obviously, they wanted him to do his exit interview, and he was just not feeling it. Honestly, he was being kind of a d**k. This week, we picked up with more of his Kupah's immature screaming on The Bachelorette, and, since the mansion is a mansion but not a castle, Kaitlyn could hear him carrying on while she was inside trying to do an interview. Boy, was their confrontation not pretty.

As soon as Kaitlyn walked outside to tell Kupah to knock it off with the yelling and screaming, his whole demeanor changed. Their conversation went a little bit like this:

Kaitlyn: “I can hear you screaming from inside, and I just want to know what’s going on.”

Kupah: “I don’t want to go home. I didn’t come here to go home.”

Kaitlyn: “Just understand that this is not right ... Just accept this because now you’re creating an uncomfortable situation.”

Kaitlyn was totally calm and cool while she was talking to him — kind of how an adult speaks to a child that’s being a little jerk. Kupah, King of Passive Aggressive Land, told Kaitlyn, “I won’t yell anymore, I promise.”

Instead of taking his butt home and acting like a grown-up about his rejection, Kupah went full-on jerk and then added sarcasm on top of it. Dude, first of all, you brought all of this upon yourself (just like Kaitlyn said). In the previous episode, Kupah started grilling Kaitlyn about her intentions, which is, uh, not exactly the way into a girls’ heart. Good riddance, guy.

Kupah’s exit will definitely go down as one of the lamest ever on The Bachelorette, because even though we all know that it’s reality television and it tends to be over the top, we all still hope that some sort of adult behavior will shine through. Guess it wasn’t possible in Kupah’s case, though.

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