Tyler Cameron and Hannah Brown seem to have gone their separate ways after briefly meeting up following the end of The Bachelorette. Cameron has been spotted repeatedly with Gigi Hadid, and Brown is busy living her life and not caring about the drama. But that hasn’t stopped people from scrutinizing Cameron’s every move, including his social media activity. On Wednesday, September 4, he decided to speak out and address accusations that he’d purposefully liked a post shading Brown.
“Someone DM’d me something that I liked a comment that said I was throwing shade at HB and I must say that is a complete accident. For 1 I am very selective for what I like. 2nd, that girl deserves no shade and nothing but success. She empowers women and deserves all the accolades,” he wrote on Twitter.
He added in two later tweets, “She empowers women and created so much conversation on how women should be treated. I am grateful for our time together and all that I learned from her. Made a joke about ‘clarity’ because that was such a hot topic from the show. Will always support HB and her family. Will never take away from her and her family. Amazing people. Have a great night.”
Brown, who is slated to star on the next season of Dancing With the Stars, recently joked about the rumored Hadid-Cameron romance. “Do you remember that one time I then asked another person out on a date? On national television? After I got un-engaged? And then…just read the tabloids,” she cracked on Cosmopolitan‘s “Expensive Taste Test” series.
But Hannah Brown has also spoken about Tyler Cameron more seriously. She told Entertainment Tonight that she last messaged Cameron when she heard his father was sick, but beyond that, she’s not dwelling on the situation or the gossip.
“I think we were both single and it is his decision to do whatever makes him happy, and so I want my own happiness,” she said. “I’m moving forward.”