Tyler C. Got Into It With This ‘Bachelorette’ Alum On Twitter Over Hannah Brown’s Sexuality

Former Bachelorette contestant James Taylor (from JoJo Fletcher’s season) recently criticized Hannah Brown on Twitter for exhibiting unsavory behavior, behavior her “future husband” wouldn’t be proud of.

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James Taylor tells Hannah Brown she ‘can’t have it both ways’

“I’m a Hannah fan but girl you can’t have it both ways Make choices your future husband will be proud of after watching you do what you do on TV You don’t have to dry hump em all And don’t get mad at someone else when YOU feel guilty. Send him home or own it #TheBachlorette” he wrote, referring to the argument Brown got into with controversial contestant Luke Parker after going “naked” bungee jumping with former contestant Garrett Powell.   

“I told you it wasn’t a sexual thing at all and it wasn’t,” she said. “But even if it was, at this point it doesn’t matter because you’re not my husband. You don’t own my body, you don’t own me. It’s my body,” Brown told Parker during the episode referenced. 

Tyler C. goes to bat for his ‘Queen’

Fan-favorite Tyler Cameron noticed the tweet and responded: 

“The things some people do to stay relevant… let our Queen live and let’s embrace her on this journey. Very few have a clue what it’s like to be in the leads shoes. Our Queen is imperfectly perfect like us all. Dont Christians claim that only god should do the judging-James 4:12”

He then added, “This is also the same guy that keeps tagging me in his IG post and I have never spoken to him… that ain’t it buddy.”

Taylor responded with another tweet:

“I was just commenting on what I saw You have a way bigger following than me and can roast me if you want and I deserve some of that for sure. Hannah’s the coolest – just disagreed with her take on ‘I do what I want’ as a Christian Also – be careful who you call ‘your’ queen.”

Cameron pointed out to Taylor that he had written “our queen,” not “my queen.”

Taylor then posted a separate tweet stating:

“who made this a sexist thing? God wants His ppl to be sexually pure. Girls & guys. it’s simple I wasn’t for a long time and was a hypocrite. I’ve admitted that But I can’t make the Bible say what y’all want it to say in 2019: “It’s your body & your life so do what you want””

He then posted a Twitter poll asking his followers “Who sucks more tonight?” with the options being himself and Donald Trump. 

Brown has been standing up for herself since day one of her season of The Bachelorette. She can’t reply to every sexist critique, but it’s nice to know contestants like Cameron are willing to help chip away at the ignorance one tweet at a time.  

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