Peter Weber Responds To Critics Calling Him One Of The Worst 'Bachelors' Ever

Caitlin Albers

Viewers of The Bachelor who also use Twitter know that Peter Weber has been receiving a lot of hate this season. The pilot has been dubbed by some as one of the worst bachelors ever, which is quite a blow considering the show has had 23 seasons before his. His ability to handle drama among the women and his poor decision making has caused the hate storm against him on social media, and he has definitely noticed.

The Season 24 bachelor recently spoke with E! News about the hate he is receiving online, some of which can't even be repeated here.

"I'm definitely getting some tough skin now," he told the outlet. "But I just...I understand that there's a lot of drama right now and things are kind of crazy, but I do think it's a's too bad a lot of the criticism and a lot of hate that's kind of been kind of coming out."

"I just think there's no place for that and there's too much of that right now, and I wish that people could more focus on spreading love and just more positivity and not so much negative stuff because again, we're just we're all human," he added.

Peter reiterated he signed on to the Bachelor to find love and he's been doing his best.

Some of Peter's decisions, like bringing back Alayah Benavidez, have brought him a lot of criticism. Fans have been comparing him to Mike Johnson and Tyler Cameron, the two men from Hannah Brown's Bachelorette season many hoped would become the Bachelor.

According to these fans, Mike and Tyler never would have made such bad mistakes had they been given the lead role on the reality series. Those kinds of statements are made almost every season on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, as 100 percent of the viewers will never be satisfied with the choices made by the reality stars.

Some of the harsh comments Peter has been receiving on Twitter can be found below.