Michelle Young garnered widespread recognition as the runner-up on season 25 of The Bachelor and as the star of season 18 of Bachelorette. Michelle Young and her fiancé, Nayte Olukoya, had their first Christmas together and spent the entire weekend celebrating the season. Michelle Young has just named her season’s villain.
In an Instagram post, Michelle Young criticized a ‘Bachelorette’ villain. During the reality TV game show, the couple shared a slew of adorable images and videos, and fans were overjoyed to see them having so much fun together. Michelle couldn’t help but take a jab at “Bachelorette” villain Jamie Skaar when she stumbled into an old pal.
Jamie sparked some rumors about Michelle early in the season, including one that she and suitor Joe Coleman had already had a relationship before filming. Jamie also said Michelle was “booed up” with a “tall, light-skin baller.” He went on to inform Michelle that the other males in the home were discussing the rumors, omitting the crucial aspect that he was the one who started them in the first place.
“There’s been a whole bunch of talk today about this kind of feeling that maybe you might have known Joe before. For me, personally, I don’t really care because I feel like whatever happened before getting here has nothing to do with me, but everybody else keeps fueling it. Given that this entire journey is about authenticity and trust… I think there’s people out there questioning that,” Jamie told Michelle.
And when Michelle sent Jamie home, she took advantage of that opportunity to shade him this weekend. Michelle bumped into the guy Jamie was accusing her of having a relationship with while at the Vikings game with Nayte. Jordan Alberino, a University of Oregon alum, was the subject of a selfie she published.
Michelle posted the photo with Jordan, effectively shading Jamie in the process, which delighted fans. Michelle’s amusing message sparked a Reddit discussion, and more than 100 comments have piled up in support of her.
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