We still haven’t seen the end of Bad Chad. Although Chad Johnson was asked to leave Bachelor in Paradise during the first episode this season, he’s still ranting about his fellow cast members and has even blocked them all on Twitter.
“I’m like a Twitter Navy Seal now that I blocked the entire cast of #TheBachelor #TheBachelorette & #BachelorInParadise #CantSeeMe,” he wrote Monday, August 15.
Nick Viall later confirmed that the notorious villain — who season 12 Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher sent packing during the fourth episode — did, in fact, block him. “Well he blocked me on Twitter so maybe not,” he replied to one user’s tweet about Johnson potentially approving of one of his workout moves.
It seems Johnson’s still not over his dramatic exit and is blaming the fiasco on host Chris Harrison, who had to deliver the bad news. “Really Chris Harrison? Kick me off?? Those other p–sies didn’t even bring any protein, like what the f–k? #BachelorinParadise,” he wrote.
The 29-year-old luxury real estate agent has gotten only more vicious toward the other men and women on BIP, even making violent threats. During his time on The Bachelorette, he threatened several of the contestants. He told winner Jordan Rodgers that he would come to his home and beat him up after the show finished filming.
Johnson has continued to attack Viall, 35, who he seemed to have a problem with, despite their few interactions in Mexico. “Shut up Nick this dude is so annoying. Stop pretending to be a good guy and go knock your own teeth out and save me the time,” he threatened.
Johnson even slammed his former friend Daniel Maguire, writing, “Does anyone notice that daniels head connects straight to his back? Like there’s no physical bulge from a brain being in there.. Just flat.”
The one person he doesn’t seem to have a problem with is Josh Murray. Although the two never actually crossed paths on BIP, he thinks they would have been friends. “Watching #BachelorinParadise now. I bet @JoshAllanMurray and I woulda gotten along. He just wants to mind his business and date the girl.” He added in another tweet, “I’d have no reason to roast Josh, I made it clear many times, I mind my business & only do that in retaliation.”
His fellow Bachelor in Paradise costars have taken the high road and haven’t responded to the nasty tweets.
Bachelor in Paradise airs on ABC Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.
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