JoJo Fletcher needs all the help she can get.
Jade Roper just warned Fletcher that one of the guys on The Bachelorette isn’t there for the right reasons.
“A guy from JoJo’s season is trying to pay Tanner and me to promote him on Instagram for followers. Sounds legit,” Roper wrote on Twitter. “#hereforthewrongreasons.”
Considering her experience on dating reality shows, Fletcher should probably take Roper’s warning to heart.
The biggest question remaining is who tried to pay Roper for social media followers.
To make matters worse, former Bachelorette J.J. Lane admitted that the same person also approached him.
“Well now I don’t feel nearly as special he asked the same of me,” Lane posted on Twitter.
So far, the top possibilities include Jordan Rodgers, Robby Hayes, and Chad Johnson, though it really could be any number of the contestants this season.
For his part, Rodgers has faced a lot of accusations about his intentions on the show. In fact, Hollywood Life reports that Rodgers is only on The Bachelorette for fame.
“He knew football wasn’t going to work out, and he wants to be famous desperately,” an insider explained to Us Magazine. “Originally, Jordan wanted to go on The Bachelorette to become the Bachelor. That was his goal.”
According to Hollywood Take, Rodgers planned on intentionally eliminating himself in order to land the spot on The Bachelor next season.
Further, rumors surfaced that Rodgers’ Raya account was still active when he was on the show.
JoJo Fletcher has been skeptical about Rodgers all season. She even confronted him about his past and tried to get him to open up.
“JoJo feels like Jordan is out of her league, for some reason,” the source stated. “Even though he says he’s falling for her, JoJo is concerned that he’s not as into her as she is into him.”
Despite the allegations, it doesn’t appear as though Rodgers was the one trying to pay for fame.
“In the beginning, yes, Jordan went on the show for his career, but then it 100 percent switched,” the source shared. “He was really into JoJo. He definitely fell in love with her.”
That leaves either Johnson or Hayes as the culprits.
At this point, it’s anyone’s guess, though Johnson is no longer a threat given his exit a few episodes back.
Was Hayes the one doling out cash for Instagram followers?
Fortunately, the mystery may have been solved.
“I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess him name rhymes with Lobby Mayes,” Reality Steve posted on Twitter.
Both Tolbert and Nick Viall favorited Steve’s tweet, which is a good indication that Hayes was the one fishing for fame.
If Hayes is the mystery man, then his future on The Bachelorette could be in jeopardy. After all, it shouldn’t take Fletcher long before she finds out that his heart isn’t in the right place.
Will she find out before it’s too late?
So far, nobody is willing to confirm the contestant’s identity, at least not yet.
“What’s our ‘hush’ $$ price, @jadelizroper and @ttolbert05? #Instagate,” Lane wrote on Twitter.
“I want a dozen roses — A pair of skinny jeans — 8 protein shakes — And a bucket of hair gel — does this narrow it down???” Tolbert answered back on Twitter.
Until more information is released, fans will have to wait and see whether or not Fletcher finds out which contestants are really on The Bachelorette for love.
New episodes of The Bachelorette air Monday nights on ABC.
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