Here comes the apology!
Tammy Ly and Mykenna Dorn were sent home after their two-on-one date on Wednesday night of The Bachelor.
Known for ‘bullying’ multiple contestants in the house, Tammy Ly was sent home by Peter Weber after he decided to trust Mykenna over her.
Tammy first called out Kelsey Weier of drinking too much, being “emotionally unstable,” and “popping pills.”
She then turned to Mykenna, where she questioned whether her intentions of being there were genuine. She accused her of being on the show for publicity.
Now, Tammy has taken to Twitter to apologize for how she behaved on The Bachelor.
Here’s what she wrote:
“Ok I’m going to address this once and for all- remember that this is a show. I do take responsibility for my actions and I never intended to hurt anyone. I am very sorry to those I did hurt but my heart was never coming from a intentional malicious place.
I tend to gravitate toward humor in situations like this bc I’m not trying to mourn in the past mistakes I’ve made. We’re all human. All of us have done things we’re not proud of. So please hear me when I say- I never meant to hurt anyone and I’m sorry.
My 5 minute “nasty” moment on TV doesn’t define who I am. Just like how your mistakes don’t define who you are either. Remember that all of us who participated in this show are human too and some of you say nastier things to us than we do to each other.”
Here’s how Mykenna responded to the apology.
“We all signed up for love not hate mail and death threats,” Mykenna writes on Twitter.
“It’s easy to block out the negative comments and rise above but sometimes it really hurts. We are all human. We are not perfect.. we make mistakes.”
Tammy and Mykenna were both sent home in Episode 6, along with Victoria Paul and Sydney Hightower.