Chad Johnson Thinks Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher Liked His ‘Men Tell All’ Outburst

Grab a glass of milk and park it — because Chad Johnson has a lot to say. The former Bachelorette contestant opened up about his appearance on the Men Tell All special in a new interview with ABC News.

The real estate agent, 28, kept to his bad-boy ways during the pretaped show, which aired on Tuesday, July 26. In one cringeworthy moment, he spoke directly to Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher, 25, and bashed her final two suitors, Jordan Rodgers and Robby Hayes.

"I noticed Chris Harrison starting to point my way [and] I was like, Just do it," he recalled. "[Fletcher] looked like she was vibin', didn’t she? Was that just me? She was like, Ooh, you [jerk], but at the same time, I like it."

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Chad Johnson appears on 'The Men Tell All.' ABC

During the exchange, Johnson claimed that Rodgers, 27, joined the ABC series for fame. "[He's a] liar and cheater whose own older brother won't even talk to him," he said, referring to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. (Jordan was honest with Fletcher about his estrangement from his sibling throughout the season. Aaron, for his part, said on Tuesday that he hasn't watched the show but wishes his brother well in the competition.)

Johnson further alleged that Hayes wasn't loyal either. There have been rumors that the former competitive swimmer, 27, broke up with his girlfriend to come onto the show.

Fletcher appeared agitated by Johnson's behavior, but kept her cool. "Oh, I could go off right now," she said. "[But] it's not even worth my time. Because he loves this. This is what he wants. He loves the attention and we're giving it to him, so he's not even worth my breath."

Johnson might be the biggest villain in Bachelor history. He angered other contestants with his aggressive comments, punched a wall, ripped contestant Evan Bass' shirt and at one point needed a security guard to watch over him.

"I’m the villain for the right reasons. I’m the villain because I’m the guy that showed up and was trying to do things for real," Johnson told ABC. "I’m not the guy who showed up and said, 'I’m in love with you, you’re the most beautiful girl ever.' If you fall in love with a girl right off the bat because of her looks, you’ll do it again. It’s not about that. It’s about aligning with somebody based on their personality."

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