Bachelorette contestant Chad Johnson has weighed in on former rival Jordan Rodgers' new sports television gig with the SEC Network, implying that the former NFL-pro had ulterior motives for appearing on the show.
"Looks like @JRodgers11 got what he wanted out of all of this. Way to play your role buddy! #TheBachelorette," the 28-year-old tweeted on Saturday, responding to news of Rodgers' appointment.
FOX Sports' Clay Travis was the first to confirm Jordan's new job.
"So @SECNetwork just gave @JRodgers11 a rose too," he Tweeted on Thursday. "Congrats on the new gig."
It's still unclear what the new job will entail since the role hasn't been formally announced.
Meanwhile, despite being eliminated in week four, Johnson continues to play the season's villain and publicly call out other contestants on Twitter.
While we wait for Johnson to return to TV in Bachelor in Paradise, check out the video below to remember some of his douchiest moments this season.