Kelley Flanagan was eliminated on last episode of The Bachelor after the three-on-one date with Peter Weber, Victoria Fuller and Hannah Ann Sluss.
“I mean, look at me, I’m an attorney. The other girls? What are they?” Kelley was seen saying during Monday night’s episode.
“I question his intentions because I don’t really know what phase he is in life,” she said after she was sent home.
“The four that are left are, like, little babies. I don’t really know who they are. Are you a child or an adult?” Kelley said during her car ride after the elimination.
Hannah Brown’s runner-up Tyler Cameron slammed Kelley on Twitter for talking down about the other women’s careers.
Tyler originally tweeted that Kelley shouldn’t have joked about someone’s job.
“How dare you job shame those girls Kelly… I didn’t have a job when I came on the show!! #FuriousGeorge,” Tyler tweeted during the show Monday night.
“Goshhh I forgot how alive I felt when live tweeting the bachelor,” he writes in another tweet.
He then went on to clarify the previous tweet and explained why he tweeted that on Monday night.
“From what I’ve seen and heard I think Kelley is a bad ass, but for those saying she’s right about calling the others girls out because they don’t have an elevated job are wrong. We all are on different journeys and time tables of successs, who are we to judge others journey.”
— Tyler Cameron (@TylerJCameron3) February 11, 2020
Tyler also appreciated Kelley’s fashion choices during the date.
“Kelly is fresh though with white and velvet jacket.”
Tyler was then called out by fans for a tweet he made on Natasha Parker.
“Natasha is that gf that sends 100 text before a response #intense #TheBachelor,” he live tweeted.
He then apologized for his tweet.
“Yikes sorry guys… this is my first episode of the season. Was just a hot take. Not that deep,” he wrote on Twitter.