‘The Bachelorette’: Hannah Brown and Luke P. Got Into It On Twitter After Last Night’s Episode
Bachelorette Hannah Brown’s Twitter game during last night’s episode was at an all-time high. She started the evening off with this gem:
“to the windmill, to the wall. ”
And even gave a shoutout to Tyler Cameron for being so respectful after she told him she didn’t want to have sex in the fantasy suite–she wanted to work on their emotional connection.
“most respectful. ever. I highly recommend pillowtalk,” she replied.
When her fantasy suite date with Jed Wyatt aired she tweeted:
“and we all know who brought the wood.”
“the guitar. the wooden guitar. Duh.”
It should be noted that fans did not respond well to the Wyatt tweets. After it came out that he allegedly came on The Bachelorette with a girlfriend back home (who he also allegedly cheated on), the Nashville-based contestant lost a majority of his fanbase.
“HANNAH PUT DOWN THE PHONE GIRL,” responded one fan.
“Dear god no,” replied another.
Hannah Brown and Luke P.’s Twitter fight about who’s the bigger sinner
Then the moment much of Bachelor Nation had been waiting for happened: Brown sent Parker packing after he told her he’d want to leave the show if she had sex with any of the other contestants.
“when it rains, it pours. boy, get gone,” she tweeted to a mix of supportive responses and fans standing up for Parker.
Then: “and that’s how it’s (finally) done. you’re welcome.”
That’s when Parker got involved. (Note: some of these tweets have since been deleted.)
“The difference in how we view sin is seen in the response, I’m weeping at mine and you’re laughing at yours. All sin stings. My heart hurts for both of us,” he tweeted.
“Time and time again jesus loved and ate with “sinners” who laughed. And time and time again he rebuked “saints” that judged. Where do you fall Luke?
“There is a difference between eating with sinners who laugh and sinners who laugh at their sin. Sin is the very thing that put Jesus on the cross and that’s not a laughing matter,” Parker replied.
“i have never said that i find my sin funny. i’m not going to lectured on appropriate emotional responses by a guy who threw deli meat in a guys lap,” Brown responded.
“Your tweets about the windmill and the wood were enough, it’s not about the action it’s about the response. If you want to talk about it, you know how to get ahold of me,” tweeted Parker.
And that’s where it ended.
Again, Parker referred to Brown’s sexuality as a sin, just as he called it a “slip up” during last night’s episode.
As the preview clearly indicates, we haven’t seen the last of Parker. He comes back, seemingly with a ring, to fight for Brown. But if the previews are any indication, he’s less than successful. In the words of Brown: Boy, get gone.