Kaitlyn Bristowe Mocks Ian: ‘Somebody Bake Ian A Humble Pie’

By Bindhu Mol. G | 1 year ago
Kaitlyn Bristowe Mocks Ian: ‘Somebody Bake Ian A Humble Pie’

“The Bachelorette” star Kaitlyn Bristowe was not pleased with former contestant Ian’s comments about her romantic performance on the series. Before saying goodbye to the proud Princeton alum, she gave a Snapchat video message on Tuesday, June 23.

Kaitlyn Bristowe said unfriendly goodbye to contestant Ian Thomson, on June 22 episode of “The Bachelorette,” as he has been criticizing her for being shallow while at the same time throwing himself as the next Bachelor, reported Hollywood Life. On June 23, Kaitlyn shared some message that she had for Ian in a Snapchat video.


“Somebody bake Ian a humble pie. I mean, that guy. ‘Ooo, I go to Princeton. I’m so intelligent. I’m so well spoken. You’re so shallow, Kaitlyn — but my ex-girlfriend is way hotter than you,’” joked Kaitlyn in her video, reported US Weekly.

“I don’t feel sorry for Ian because he’s probably going to be the next Bachelor. Actually, they should do two Bachelors! Ian and Tony!” the Season 11 “Bachelorette” said in the video.

She was getting more serious, and said, “I understand how some people don’t understand, but this is my journey.” She also added that it is a collaboration of producers’ ideas and that she is okay with it. She concluded her snapchat saying that she appreciates all who supports her.

The source reported that during the seriously snotty ride home, Ian told that they don’t teach ridiculous music quotes at Princeton, and that he knows what it takes to be on “The Bachelor” after seeing the bad performance of Kaitlyn at “The Bachelorette.”

During a Yahoo Facebook fan Q&A earlier on the day, Kaitlyn said that she has mentally slapped Ian, and that he did enough damage to himself.

It is obvious that Kaitlyn Bristowe’s words for Ian in her snapchat were a bit harsh. Does he deserve those words? Let us know your comments.

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Photo Source: Facebook/ Kaitlyn Bristowe