Tyler Cameron Calls Out ‘Bachelor’ Contestant Kelley For Job Shaming Other Women

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Former Bachelorette contestant Tyler Cameron is slamming Kelley Flanagan for “job shaming” the other women on her 3-on-1 date on Monday’s episode of The Bachelor.

Flanagan was sent home by Peter Weber after the 3-on-1 date that included contestants Victoria Fuller and Hannah Ann Sluss – but the former contestant didn’t leave without throwing some shade at the other contestants for not having a distinguished career.

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“How dare you job shame those girls Kelly… I didn’t have a job when I came on the show!! #FuriousGeorge,” Cameron tweeted when the episode aired.

He tweeted again at the attorney from Chicago about her fashion choices: “Kelly is fresh though with white and velvet jacket,” he wrote.

On Tuesday, Cameron explained his thoughts from the day before.

“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,” he wrote.

He added, “We all are on different journeys and time tables of success, who are we to judge others journey.”

After a fan responded to his tweets, about how everyone is on a different journey, that its possible the producers had edited Flanagan’s comments together, but Tyler stood by his point.

“I’m not worried about that at all. It’s a learning lesson and should be talked about,” he responded back to the fan.

“I mean, look at me, I’m an attorney. The other girls? What are they?” Flanagan said during Monday night’s episode, as footage of the 3-on-1 date was shown.

Fuller works as a medical sales representative and part-time yoga instructor, and as a model in the past. Sluss is a model, and even starred in Chris Lane’s “I Don’t Know About You” music video.

Kelsey Weier is a professional clothier at Tom James Company, according to her LinkedIn profile. The other remaining contestant, Madison Prewett, graduated from Auburn University in 2018 and is a foster parent recruiter.

While Flanagan was a favorite among fans for her no-drama attitude, Weber sent her home.

“I have no idea why I’m in this car. But Peter made his decision and that’s that. Does it suck? Yeah. Do I agree with it? No,” she said.

“I question his intentions because I don’t really know what phase he is in life,” Flanagan added. “The four that are left are, like, little babies. I don’t really know who they are. Are you a child or an adult?”

The Bachelor airs every Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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