Did Jordan Rodgers Just Spoil ‘Bachelorette’ JoJo’s Final Pick After Denying Being Active On Raya Dating App?

Bachelorette contestant Jordan Rodgers is a clear frontrunner this season, but cheating allegations brought forth by former girlfriends and a new report that he is currently active on the Raya dating app has viewers wondering if he came on the show to find love or to further his career.

Less than 24-hours after ET revealed that Jordan is active on the the membership-based dating app, the former pro-football player took to his social media accounts to set the record straight about what he calls “false” stories.

[Warning: Bachelorette Season 12 spoilers ahead]

However, some Bachelorette fans are wondering why Rodgers is going out of his way to defend himself and is this a sign that he is the winner of JoJo Fletcher’s final rose? Is it possible that by making a big deal about the negative media coverage that Jordan spoiled the outcome of the season?

Here’s what Jordan had to say about the rumors, including what he states is proof that he’s in the clear, and some thoughts on why he may have given away the biggest moment of the Bachelorette — the winner of JoJo’s final rose.

Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher engaged Jordan Rodgers
JoJo and Jordan [Image via ABC Television Network]

According to ET, a source that uses the Raya dating app “spotted Rodgers while seeking eligible bachelors” and took a screenshot (above) after noting his profile was active. Apparently, Jordan didn’t take too kindly to the shout-out about his dating membership and started ranting on Twitter with what he says is proof that he stopped using the app when he started filming the show.

“Completely false. Acct inactive since Feb + completely cancelled exact min phone was returned 2 me in May- Fact check,” Jordan tweeted to ET late Wednesday night.

He followed up with a screenshot of a lengthy explanation about his use of the dating app and supposed proof from Raya that he stopped using the app on March 11.

Jordan certainly is making a big deal out of this, something Reality Steve states may prove that the spoilers are correct and Jordan is indeed engaged to JoJo Fletcher. Perhaps he is working so hard to clear up the rumors because he wants to make sure he and JoJo are on the same page when they appear on the live Bachelorette After the Final Rose special on August 1.

“If Jordan was a single man, or was never chosen by JoJo, why would he be so quick to tell everyone he cancelled his account right when he got his phone back in May? What would he care if he wasn’t trying to defend himself? Hell, Robby and Grant’s Bumble accounts are active right now. People have sent me shots of those. You don’t see them writing diatribes talking about start dates, auto renewals, etc.”

In addition to Jordan trying to convince everyone that he didn’t use the Raya dating app after he returned from taping in early May, Reality Steve states that one of JoJo’s friends tweeted that ET Online’s story about Jordan “is false,” but, for some reason, deleted her tweet shortly after posting it on Wednesday night.

So, not only is Jordan defending himself, but JoJo’s friend is defending him as well. Perhaps she knows JoJo is engaged to Jordan and wants the world to know that her friend didn’t pick a cheater?

Will fans see JoJo get engaged to Jordan at the final rose ceremony and will she stand by her man when questioned about his rumored infidelities? Based on the amount of damage control Jordan Rodgers is doing this week, it’s likely that he’s trying to clear his name so they can tell host Chris Harrison that they are going to live happily ever after.

Watch the Bachelorette season finale on August 1 at 8 p.m. ET, followed by the live After the Final Rose special at 10 p.m.

[Image via ABC Television Network]