Post Bachelor DM Has Bekah M. Calling Out Arie Luyendyk Jr

Just when you thought all the drama ended with the finale of The Bachelor, Bekah M. has thrown some serious shade Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s way.

In the much anticipated final episode, the former race car driver proposed to Becca Kufrin, but later broke up with her as he said he still had feelings for the show's runner up, Lauren Burnham. The pair are now an official couple.


Contender Bekah Martinez wasn't about to let things go smoothly for the happy couple though, taking to Twitter to show messages Arie had sent her after the show had finished filming earlier this month. According to E Online, the 23-year-old nanny sent out screenshots of their exchanges, showing a message dated February 2nd. The 36-year-old reached out to Bekah in response to a picture she created, photoshopping her face onto a milk carton. The picture was a humorous jab at reports Martinez was filed as a missing person by her mother, who didn't know she was partaking in the reality series.

"This may just win the internet today," wrote Luyendyk. "Such a shame they didn't use your license photo." Martinez responded to her one-time lover, "Lol! I made that. So there was no way in hell I was using the license photo." While the exchange was seemingly innocent, it didn't go down well with Martinez who captioned the screenshots, "Dm'ing your ex is a good look too. Yeah Arie was probably being friendly but guess what I DON'T CARE HAHAHA, BOY BYEEEEE."

Bekah also voiced her disdain at Arie's final pick, tweeting when the show aired in support of Becca Kurfin. "Hahahaha @ariejr is the biggest f***ing tool I've ever seen," she wrote. "Becca is a queen. A goddess. Thank the LORD he's out of her life."

Lauren and Arie have been spotted a number of times since the end of the show, with Luyendyk taking his new flame home to Arizona. Don't worry ladies, it won't be long before another season rolls around!



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