While erstwhile Bachelorette Hannah Brown has signed up for another reality show, one of her most talked about exes is already dating again.
Rumors have said that things are strained between Tyler Cameron and Hannah these days, possibly over his new romance.
But after fans took Tyler to task for allegedly shading Hannah on social media, he knew that he had to clear the air.
Tyler Cameron got into some hot water on social media.
In case you, like Ted Cruz not all that long ago, are not aware: when you "like" something on Twitter, it is publicly visible.
It may even get boosted to the timelines of your followers, a function that no one requested or wanted.
(Seriously, you can't like your friend's thotty selfie without risking a coworker or maybe a celebrity mutual seeing it)
To Tyler's chagrin, his Twitter account appeared to "like" a post critical of Hannah.
Was he throwing shade at his ex?
Tyler took to Twitter -- the same platform where he got into trouble -- to clear up the rumors.
"Someone DM’d me something that I liked a comment that said I was throwing shade at HB," Tyler begins.
He continues: and I must say that is a complete accident."
"For 1," he writes. "I am very selective for what I like."
"2nd, that girl deserves no shade and nothing but success," Tyler affirms of Hannah.
He points out: "She empowers women and deserves all the accolades."
In fact, Tyler decided that he hadn't heaped enough praise upon Hannah, so he continued in another tweet.
"She empowers women and created so much conversation on how women should be treated," Tyler writes.
Notably, not as objects to be controlled, right Luke Parker?
"I am grateful for our time together and all that I learned from her," he gushes.
Tyler adds: "Made a joke about 'clarity' because that was such a hot topic from the show."
"Will always support HB and her family," he concludes.
Tyler made it extremely clear that he supports Hannah 100% and has no desire to insult her or anyone in her orbit.
"Will never take away from her and her family," Tyler affirmed.
He praised the Brown family as "Amazing people."
"Have a great night," he instructed his followers.
Still not finished, Tyler posted a follow-up tweet: "Way too grateful for any shade in my life. All love on my end."
It's no surprise to hear that Tyler Cameron doesn't have any hard feelings towards Hannah.
After the season (and Hannah ditched Jed), the two even met up to catch up and for drinks.
Though Tyler stayed overnight and both of them are drop-dead gorgeous, Hannah has clarified that they did not bone at her house that night.
Afterwards, Tyler ended up dating fellow (but much, much more famous) model Gigi Hadid.
The dude has zero complaints and zero reasons to complain.
So, why did he appear to "like" something critical of Hannah?
(Remember, he's not the first part of the Bachelor Fam to get into trouble -- though Garrett Yrigoyen's Instagram "likes" were inhumanly vile)
I'm inclined to believe Tyler's explanation that it was a literal accident.
I've clicked "like" on things that I did not mean to, and I've been on Twitter for a full decade. It could happen to anyone.
Most of us are fortunate enough to not have massive audiences closely examining our every misclick.