Bachelor Arie BANNED from the state of Minnesota?
Seems this could be happening!
It all started after Arie decided that he wanted to pursue Lauren and broke Becca's heart after initially choosing her in the finale of The Bachelor.
Minnesota State Representative Christensen wasn't not happy about him breaking Becca's heart, and offered to author a bill to ban Arie from the state.
1,000 retweets. On Twitter, that's really not many when it comes to something to do with The Bachelor.
That tweet now has over 12,000 retweets (and well over 20,000 favorites).
Being that this is about a television show, and he is a politician, many thought it was just a joke, but Rep. Christensen, it seems, is a man of his word.
The text of the draft reads:
"The state of Minnesota hereby adopts a policy of zero tolerance of Arie Luyendyk, Jr. from season 22 of The Bachelor."
"It is state policy that every person in the state has a right to live free from the presence of Arie Luyendyk, Jr. in the state."
In case you are wondering why Representative Christensen in particular authored the bill and what the state of Minnesota has to do with Arie, Becca Kufrin is from Minnesota.
Becca is from Prior Lake, which is represented by Christensen.What do you think.... Could it happen?
What does former Bachelorette Emily Maynard have to say?
Arie was one of the men trying to win Emily's heart during her season, and while she is very happily married now, and just had baby number 4 with her husband Tyler, she weighed in on the whole scandal ending...
The Hollywood Gossip Reports:
"I felt so bad for Becca, she was totally blindsided."
"And I feel bad for Lauren for having to feel like she’s second place."
"And I feel bad for Arie, because that whole situation is so crazy."
"I wish he would have handled it differently, but I’m sure he wishes he had handled it differently."