Following the news that one of the early pioneers on "The Bachelorette" likes a story that likes controversial posts on Instagram, Becca Kufrin, the main character in this season, has broken her silence.
On Monday night's premiere of "The Bachelorette," Kufrin gave Garrett Yrigoyen the first impression of the episode, only to reveal shortly thereafter that he had recently dropped posts involving Parkland high school students, liberal women, trans people, and immigrants were mocked without papers.
Kufrin says since then When I hear about his social media activity, it remains open.
"I want the audience to be open to everyone, and I want them to go through this season with me and pursue my love story with all these men … because that's how I went on this trip," she told Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday. "I've done things in the past that I'm sure were not the best, but I just want people to be open-minded."
She went on to say that if the allegations were true, it was something she would confront with someone she had an appointment with. "We would discuss it, we would get to the bottom of it and we would find a solution," Kufrin said.
"I can not blame anyone for what they believe and who wants to say that really someone believes in them, if they just double tap," added the Bachelorette. "I can not talk because I'm not, I'm a strong woman and believe in certain things, but that's great in our country ̵
Yrigoyen has had his Account closed on May 24, but not before former bachelor candidate Ashley Spivey posted screenshots of his social media activity on Twitter.
The screenshots show that Yrigoyen liked numerous memes and contributions from conservative political experts, including Tomi Lahren, who included comments on performances by women, pictures of immigrant children throwing over frontier walls, and suggestions that Parkland student David Hogg was one Crisis actor is.