Well, that escalated quickly! Bachelorette villain Chad Johnson took his offensive social media commentary to another level on Thursday, August 4, with a tweet threatening anyone who dared to speak out against him.
“I am a real person, and sometimes I get too drunk and I say the wrong things,” he tweeted. “So get off my back or I’ll murder your family.”
The 28-year-old luxury real estate agent then made good on his word and called out one tweeter just a few minutes later, retweeting their since-deleted message and sending an unwavering message to his followers.
“Someone find me this person’s name and address,” he wrote. “Then, I’ll get on Craigslist and hire someone to break your kneecaps.”
On Wednesday night, Johnson posted several clips to Snapchat of himself pouring a glass of what appears to be whiskey while bopping his head to the beat of a song playing in the background.
“Every time I watch my own snapchat I get weirded out…” he wrote. “But whatever; sometimes thass the way she goes #GetchaSome.” Earlier in the night, he posted several other cringeworthy tweets.
People, I was not payed to go on the show and I am not a payed actor. Maybe my brains a bit fuckulated but I yam who I yam #ChadIsChad
— Chad Johnson (@realChadJohnson) August 4, 2016
Johnson is no stranger to controversy, however. After he was booted off JoJo Fletcher’s season of The Bachelorette, he went on to compete on Bachelor in Paradise season 3, where he was quickly kicked off after a rash of offensive behavior.
During the first episode, former Bachelor competitor Sarah Herron got into a spat with Johnson after he made fun of her missing limb. When Herron, 29, called Johnson out for his “abusive behavior,” a clearly intoxicated Johnson responded by saying, “F–k that one-armed bitch. I don’t give a s–t.”
When Herron threatened to leave the show, Johnson replied with a flippant “Keep sucking that fame d–k.” He later apologized for his words and said he was “disappointed” in himself.