Jef took to Twitter to voice his frustrations, the day that Arie was announced as the new Bachelor lead. His first tweeted, "Oh the stories I could tell…”
He replied to Mike’s tweet, writing, “I’d rather see a double bachelor”. Shade!
The animosity didn’t stop there. Under the tweet that @RealitySteve wrote about said reaction, there was a comment that alleged Jef was "wing-manning" for Arie in sorority houses years ago.
His response? "I've actually never even been inside a sorority house," Holm wrote. "As for him...I stopped being friends with him years ago because he's disgusting.” Wow!
Arie hasn’t responded to Jef’s brutal choice of words. However, Emily Maynard, who the guys competed for on The Bachelorette, has been nothing but nice and supportive about the new Bachelor’s next chapter.
"I'll be wishing him nothing but the best because that's absolutely what he deserves,” she recently revealed.
Only time will tell if Jef or Arie shed light on what went wrong in their relationship. Maybe it will happen on the new season of The Bachelor? Who knows!
What are your thoughts on Jef’s remarks about Arie? Sound off in the comments!