Nick Viall Trolls Kaitlyn Bristowe’s ‘asexuality’ by Commenting THIS on Jason Tartick’s Photo

Nick Viall shaded Kaitlyn Bristowe in the comments section of Jason Tartick’s new Instagram post.

This comes in the wake of the former Bachelorette’s revelations about her sexuality on her podcast, ‘Off the Vine.’ 

Kaitlyn Bristowe once had second thoughts about her sexuality and dating men towards the end of her last relationship.

“It was gone,” Kaitlyn says of her sex drive. “I thought I was asexual. I literally thought I was asexual.”

“I was like, I think at this point I could see myself more with a woman — I actually thought that — than a man,” she continued. “I get it. Like, I think women are hot. I could do that.”

Nick Viall went on to throw shade at Kaitlyn Bristowe on Jason Tartick’s steamy new picture.

Jason recently shared a photo of himself and Tyler Cameron shirtless on a beach.

And here’s what Nick decided to comment.

In her podcast, Kaitlyn went on to explain that she noticed a change only after she went on a couple dates with men.

“I had that urge. … I was like, ‘Ooh, I kinda would like to hook up,’” she said. ‘I would like his P in my V. Yeah. I was really proud of myself for that because I was like, ‘OK, I’m not the desert down there.’”

Stassi joked that Kaitlyn “got her groove back,” the latter replied, “She did, she did, ladies and gentlemen.”

Kaitlyn was spotted hanging out with  Zac Clark—who was previously engaged to former Bachelorette and her co host Tayshia Adams.

Meanwhile, Jason Tartick revealed he is ‘Truly Euphoric’ 6 months after calling off Kaitlyn Bristowe engagement.

“I can say with certainty, I have never felt better,” he said. “I have put so much effort, time and work into understanding myself at the deepest levels and further understanding others.”

“The liberation of knowing yourself to the core and then being able to see others for who they really are and why is truly euphoric,” he added.

“Know exactly who you are and why,” he continued. “We all have experienced traumas from our first memories that impact who we are today. Lean in!”