Jed Wyatt Seemingly Calls Out 'Bachelorette' Ex Hannah Brown After Finale

The aspiring musician is apparently shading Brown for 'sleeping with several people.'

Social media seems to say a lot about Jed Wyatt's true feelings following his breakup with Hannah Brown. 

Just one day after Bachelor Nation watched Brown end her engagement to the Nashville musician over him failing to tell her about a girlfriend he had back home, he's seemingly liking negative comments about the Bachelorette

Screenshots that fans shared to social media show Wyatt seemingly liking a comment shading Brown for "sleeping with several people." "Honestly I'm not quite sure why everyone hates on Jed so hard...Hannah was sleeping with several people throughout the season and he has to deal with that in her past...just like she needs to get over his. Like come on. It's a television show I wouldn't expect to fall in love either," the comment states. 

Wyatt supposedly liked another comment, stating, "You're better off without her Jed. If she couldn't work through this with you, there's no way she could work through some of life's tougher challenges. We all have skeletons. When they come out, we at least try to work through them. If we can't, we move on."

Tuesday night's episode of The Bachelorette showed Wyatt's seemingly sincere apology for the behavior that caused Brown to break up with him. His ex-girlfriend, Haley Stevens, told ET last month that they were in a serious relationship and that he planned to return home to her after filming. When Brown confronted Wyatt on Tuesday's episode, he first tried to say he was just "hanging out" with Stevens (despite their trips together and multiple "I love yous"), but later admitted that he didn't properly end things with her before dating Brown. 

On Wednesday morning, Stevens addressed Wyatt's claims about their relationship, and the "lies" he told Brown about their romance. She and Brown don't appear to have any bad blood with each other, and both have told ET that they hope Wyatt can learn from the experience. 

"I think he probably wasn't ready for an engagement," Brown shared in New York City on Wednesday. "But I do think that he was falling in love with me, and just made selfish choices, and didn't realize really what this snowball effect would be."

The beauty queen said she could see Wyatt "trying to justify" how he behaved during their final confrontation.

"I don't know if he was lying... I think that's truly what he believes their relationship was -- not exclusive, what he did, I think he thought... I think he really hadn't put together what that would feel like for her... how it would affect our future. I think he realizes that now," she offered. 

"I definitely think that this has been a huge learning experience for him, and I know that he's sorry, and the guy that I fell in love with is in there," Brown said. "And I think this has really made him reflect on his life and his choices and I do believe that he will be a good man for somebody someday."

Judging by Wyatt's apparent likes on Instagram, he's certainly feeling reflective. Join ET's Bachelor Nation Facebook group here


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