Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor is weeks away from airing, but the drama has already started. On Thursday night Colton deleted all of his tweets and then posted a peace sign emoji.
His Twitter deleting spree was supposedly caused by the king of Bachelor spoilers, Reality Steve. Before Colton deleted his tweets, Reality Steve posted his episode-by-episode spoilers for the upcoming season. The reality TV blogger does this every season and he’s pretty much spot on.
Reality Steve accused Colton of just using the show to increase his brand and become a celebrity.
“And Colton made it known to those around him that he’d be willing to do whatever they wanted him to do this season for ratings,” Reality Steve posted. “Great philanthropist, glad that he helps with numerous charities, but it doesn’t change the fact that this role is something he wanted from the second he showed up on Becca’s season and something he knew would increase his brand name. Colton is no different than the ones that came before him and I’m sure the ones who will come after him.”
He even shared tweets from Colton, which are not deleted, of him trolling Bachelor fans.
Colton was trolling fans that he was on a date at an NBA game when he wasn’t and was tweeting the pregnant woman emoji.
“The guy LOVES the fact that he’s the “Bachelor.” I mean, look what he did last night. Already having fun with the fans.” He continued, “Can you remember any “Bachelor” in recent memory who came back from filming and essentially started trolling his own fans? You can’t because it hasn’t happened.”
Soon after Steve posted his blog, Colton deleted his tweets.
Clearly, Colton is concerned about his public image, what the public think of him and then some. A reality TV figure who is concerned about his image is not common.