When The Bachelor premiered on Monday, Jan. 6, millions of viewers tuned in … including actor Jason Biggs. And the Orange Is the New Black star, 35, made his candid, sometimes shocking opinions known on Twitter.
"There are prettier faces being interviewed in the Florida State locker room right now. #TheBachelor," Biggs tweeted of Juan Pablo Galavis' 27 female contenders.
His comments took a personal turn when he singled out 25-year-old Lacy Faddoul from Antelope Acres, Calif. who talked about her nine mentally handicapped family members on the show.
"I bet that girl who has 9 special needs family members lets them play with her big [breasts] every now and then cuz what else right?" Biggs tweeted.
Along with eight other women, Faddoul was sent home by Juan Pablo on Monday's premiere. In total Biggs wrote seven tweets about The Bachelor broadcast, including, "Juan Pablo will hate-f--k all these chicks. They will all convince themselves that they love him. He will be single when the show is over."
Many of Biggs' followers took offense to the comedian's tweets, and he retweeted their declarations including, "you're a disgusting person. Unfollow."
Fellow jokester Michael Ian Black -- famous for his deadpan irony -- also tweeted the American Pie alum, saying, "You are a hateful shallow person. Unfollow."
But Black, 42, appeared to be joking. Biggs responded, "I will be boycotting every sponsor of your cable game show until you are fired," to which Black replied, "Joke's on you, a--hole. I was already fired."
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