You know how Jed Wyatt came across like a total lying, rude douche canoe during his run on The Bachelorette?
Well... it turns out that he's an even bigger lying, rude douche canoe than we previously believed.
The 25-year old singer spoke at length during the August 2 episode of Ali Fedotowsky and Rachel Lindsay’s “Bachelor Happy Hour," discussing all that transpired this season between him, Hannah Brown and his pesky ex-girlfriend, Haley Stevens.
Why has our opinion of Wyatt plummeted to even lower depths now than it was at before?
Scroll down to find out!
Ready for a Quick Refresher?
Here we go: Wyatt was the final man standing for Hannah Brown on The Bachelorette Season 15. He proposed to her on the finale and she accepted.
... Brown then came across some articles and Internet posts that alleged Wyatt had left a woman behind when he left for Los Angeles and The Bachelorette. These reports claimed that Wyatt told this woman, Haley Stevens, that he loved her and was only going on the show to further his music career.
How Did Hannah React?
She ended their engagement after just two days after Jed admitted that the articles were basically true. He did date Haley, he did sleep with her, he did tell her he loved her and he didn't even formally end their relationship?
What? He Didn't?!?
Nope. He admitted on air that he just assuemed Haley would get the message about the romance being over once she saw him on The Bachelorette.
Does He At Least Feel Bad About It?
We guess so. "The main thing is just how sorry I am. I really have had time to think about the things that have happened and how Hannah has felt. I'm very remorseful and ultimately just want to become a better person because of all of this."
What Has He Now Said About Haley?
"If you really do love someone, no matter how promising they've made it seem, if they're going on a dating show, regardless of why they're going on a dating show, why would you stay with them?" Wyatt actually said on Bachelor Happy Hour, basically trashing Haley for being an idiot and adding: "If I was in a relationship, I would not have gone onto a dating show. That's just me. I'm not a cheater."