Bachelor In Paradise's Brendan Morais deletes 'disrespectful' Instagram post & issues apology after losing 82K followers

Bachelor In Paradise's Brendan Morais deletes 'disrespectful' Instagram post & issues apology after losing 82K followers


BACHELOR In Paradise's Brendan Morais has deleted a 'disrespectful' Instagram post following the Pieper James and Natasha Parker drama on the show.

The reality star appealed to his fans as he also issued an apology after losing 82K followers on the social media platform.

Brendan experienced a mass unfollowing after viewers saw him cruelly ditch Natasha for newcomer Pieper – who was revealed as his girlfriend.

Pieper explained how Morais had intentionally pursued Parker in a bid to stay on the show until she arrived, so they could build their social media following together.

As the episode aired, Brendan posted a sultry shot of himself in the pool, with the caption: "Here for the wrong reasons", followed by a smirking face emoji.

At the same time Pieper also uploaded pictures of herself posing in a white crop top and black trousers.

She wrote the caption: "All's fair in love and war", but later deleted the words.

One fan of the show commented: "The level of disrespect. I can’t."

Another mused: "These posts from them just say to me that they grossly miscalculated what the public response would be, and now look even more foolish."

Trying to repair the damage, Brendan later uploaded an apology to his Instagram Stories.

He told his remaining followers: "After taking time to process the events that unfolded over the past few days, I have realized I was wrong on so many different levels.

"First of all I removed my last post from my feed. I posted it before the episode aired and had no idea the magnitude of hurt that I caused."

He explained: "My approach to many things in life is sarcasm. In this instance with regard to my post, I was completely insensitive."


Continuing his lengthy statement, he directed his words to his co-star and said: "Most importantly I apologize to you Natasha. I hurt you. I am deeply sorry for doing so.

"I understand that the damage is already done and all I can do going forward is acknowledge the error of my ways.

"For those of you that felt my actions triggered certain feelings and emotions I am truly sorry."

Wrapping up his words, Brendan wrote: "Lastly, despite the fact that Pieper and I had misunderstandings going into paradise (and I can't stress this enough) – if you feel the need to express disdain for the situation, please do so at my expense.

"I am completely at fault. A full statement and apology will follow."


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