Rachel felt like her men weren’t giving her the attention she deserved, and fans were over it
Having two “Bachelorettes” this season of The Bachelorette seemed like a recipe for disaster. However, Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia’s friendship seems to be stronger as the two women have constantly had each other’s backs.
Although there were initial problems with the rose ceremony, the ladies decided it would be best to split the group into two, with each sub-group focusing on courting one of them. And while the ladies were picking and choosing who they wanted, it looks like Rachel has second thoughts about the men in her group.
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“Rachel is literally just torturing herself. She needs to stop comparing herself to Gabby #thebachelorette,” one fan tweeted. “Ok Rachel comparing these guys to Clayton is a red flag because we all know how that ended… #TheBachelorette #BacheloretteABC,” added one fan. “Rachel is going to be that friend who just breaks down in tears because of something he did five days ago and the guy is going to be like #TheBachelorette,” said one fan to win, crying and whining was NOT the way to go. Boys hate this. It was Gabby’s group date at a boxing match. Give your boys a damn break. #TheBachelorette,” wrote another. “Might be an unpopular opinion, but Rachel isn’t a good bachelorette, at least from what we’ve seen. If she was alone I wouldn’t have seen #TheBachelorette,” agreed another. “I think I got it. Gabby sounds serious, while Rachel has just the right amount of claim to her affliction to make me raise an eyebrow. #TheBachelorette,” added one fan.
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