Not all reality TV stars see eye to eye. love is blind‘S Nick Thompson And Danielle Ruhl Slammed Nick Viall For his insensitive comments about reality stars and their mental health after filming.
“Despite all the gifts, access and opportunities that come with it, poor reality TV stars need your help. 🤢,” Viall, 42, wrote via Instagram on Thursday, April 27, seemingly referring to the non-profit Thompson, 37, started benefiting TV personalities. “Please donate to their ridiculous cause so they don’t have to deal with any stress while they enjoy their free Coachella experience, free clothes and 5 figure pay days. Watch the full episode for the rest of the bragging.
former graduates went after many former learning love is blind Participants claimed that they were put through “emotional warfare” during their time on the show. (Thompson announced earlier this month that she created the UCAN Foundation, which aims to “provide mental health and legal assistance to past, present and future reality TV contestants.”)
“Audacity. There’s a lot of problems going on in this world and these motherfuckers want you to solve, what, the world problem of the poor reality TV star who went on TV and became famous for no f–king reason [and] Be gifted in Instagram followers,” Viall said on Thursday in response to his “Viall Files” podcast liberalization Litigation and plea for charity.
The Wisconsin native, who shared the podcast clip via social media, quipped: “Let’s actually solve this crazy problem. The world is going to be a better f–king place once we solve this problem. give us your [money] Because we don’t have trees to save. No, we have spoiled reality TV stars who aren’t smart enough to monetize their Instagram pages.
Thompson was quick to clap back at Viall’s comment, writing in the comments section, “Wow! He’s really going to double this awesome take [w]Shilling for reality TV productions where it came from. SMH.”
season 2 liberalization Starr later claimed that the former Bachelorette The contestant “deleted” his comment “almost as fast as I posted it.” He proceeded to call Viall for his respective message.
“@nickviall doubling down on his awesome looks. it’s pathetic. Keep defending reality TV productions from their studios for their dehumanizing treatment of their cast members and I will keep doing the right thing,” Thompson wrote via her Instagram Story on Thursday.
The product marketing consultant alleged that Viall “isn’t interested in having a conversation about mental health and reality TV exploitation, he’s interested in controlling the narrative,” adding “Promotion 101”.
Ruhl — who filed for divorce from Thompson in August 2022 after a year of marriage — agreed with her estranged husband that Viall’s comments could have a negative impact on someone struggling with their mental health.
“I messaged @nickviall directly before posting this why what he said is a trigger for some [people] And why some parts should be edited out,” the 29-year-old wrote in response to the ABC personality’s podcast post, according to fan page @rosesinreality_. “There was no response and that’s why I’m posting this.”
The associate marketing director said whether fans “agree or disagree with my opinion of Lib’s BTS” the issue goes “beyond” their perspective and claimed that Viall’s choice “continues to stigmatize mental health”. Is” [and] Talking negatively about suicide” was hard to hear. (Ruhl is one of a handful of Netflix personalities who detailed his alleged struggles business Insider Earlier this month, she claimed she told production she was “having suicidal thoughts” and didn’t want to continue filming.)
The Illinois native explained further on Friday, April 28, why she thinks it’s “sad” Don’t text your ex Happy Birthday The author has spoken out against reality stars and their perceived hardships after coming on TV.
A cast member on Nick Viall’s own season died by suicide, but he doesn’t believe the reality star deserves any level of sympathy because [the] Do you get opportunities? Ruhl wrote via his Instagram story, referring to season 11 Bachelorette contestant Clint Arliss, who died by suicide in January 2022. “They literally get paid to promote mental health apps. This is all very hypocritical.
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