He just couldn't resist. Former "Bachelor" Juan Pablo Galavis is hardly a shoulder to cry on for "Bachelorette" star Andi Dorfman, and he let her know it, along with the social media world.
Andi, fresh off her split with Josh Murray, recently had a girls' weekend where the group sipped wine, danced on a countertop and belted out Taylor Swift tunes. Afterward, she let her 321,000 Twitter followers know that she was sad that her much-needed therapy session with her girls was over.
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And with that, Juan Pablo saw his opportunity to take a dig at the girl who accused him of being selfish and famously left his season of "The Bachelor."
"It's ok," he commented on her status, with several emojis indicating he was laughing at his own comment.
Insensitive? Cruel? Funny?
"It's ok." Those words took on a life of their own as the former assistant district attorney temporarily competed for Juan Pablo's heart on season 18 of "The Bachelor." Andi, of course, railed against Juan Pablo for always saying "it's ok" to every concern she had. Andi's response to the former soccer player at the time was that "It's not ok" to be so lackadaisical about someone's feelings.
Since then, she's been open about her negative feelings toward Juan Pablo, even though one of her best friends, Nikki Ferrell, ended up with him.
"I don't think he's gonna be invited to my wedding," she told reporters shortly after she and Josh got engaged. "Um, yeah -- just gonna be a soft 'No' for now. Unless he marries Nikki, then by default, which he knows about, he'll come to the wedding."
She continued, "If he marries Nikki, he gets an invite. I hope he hears this. He better put a ring on it!"
Well, he didn't ... OK?