The latest “Bachelorette” appeared on the “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast, which is hosted by former Bachelorettes Rachel Lindsay and Ali Fedotowsky-Manno. She discussed Cameron, who was the runner-up this season.
Brown chose Jed Wyatt over Cameron, only to dump Wyatt after learning he lied about having a girlfriend when he came on the show. She explained that she and Cameron had been keeping it casual.
“He has every right to do whatever he wants because we were just, you know, hanging out, seeing where it goes,” Brown said. “And I am completely fine with that.”
Brown, 24, called news of Cameron, 26, being out and about with fellow model Hadid, 24, “confusing” but said “he can do whatever he wants to and I know that I can, too.”
“I totally still have feelings but, at the same time, I am not tied to any man or tied to Tyler and I’m not going to be,” she said.
Lindsay, who got engaged to Bryan Abasolo during season 13 of “The Bachelorette” in 2017, said she found Cameron’s actions “disrespectful.”
“You’re on Twitter talking about ‘Hannah’s the queen’ and preaching about respect, but then you’re being a little disrespectful by dating other people in such a public way where you know it’s gonna get so much attention,” Lindsay said. “I think that’s my beef with it.”
“I think that’s my beef with it, too,” Brown said. “We are not dating-dating, at all. We hung out but we also had conversations of both, like, knowing that there’s still something there.”
Some viewers had had high hopes that Cameron would be the next man looking for love on “The Bachelor.”
“Bachelor/Bachelorette” host Chris Harrison potentially dashed those dreams.
“Is he out playing the field, is he out having a good time?” Harrison told PeopleTV’s “Reality Check.” “That doesn’t make him a bad guy, [but] it may not make him the best ‘Bachelor.’ “
Brown took a different tack on the podcast.
“I mean, I think he likes to date around, so maybe he would be a good ‘Bachelor,’ ” she said.
Source : Cnn