“The Bachelor” may not currently be airing, but the drama definitely is. Elan Gale, producer the ABC dating show, has taken the spotlight briefly off of Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell to tweet about his own real-life relationship woes … and it’s hilarious.
The drama started on April 7 when Gale posted that he had once discovered that an ex-girlfriend had cheated on him by posting a Yelp restaurant review about a “romantic dinner with the other guy.”
“She referred to the other guy as her boyfriend and I was out of town at the time of the posting and I have never even heard of the restaurant,” Gale continued to tweet. “When I asked her about it she said, ‘I’m pretty sure we went there!’ and then I stormed out of the house and she deleted the review.”
Gale posted a series of tweets, taking excerpts from his ex-girlfriend’s Yelp review and adding his own commentary, like:
“I HOPE HE CHOKED ON THE D*** CRÈME BRULEE. “
“WHAT ELSE WAS FAKED? DO YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT I HAD TO FAKE WITH YOU??”
Elan Gale’s Twitter meltdown appeared to catch the eye of his ex, and he posted a couple photos of angry texts he was receiving from her -- texts that included telling her that he faked some of their intimate bedroom moments. And he appeared to have pushed her buttons so much that she contacted Gale’s lawyer.
Turns out that Gale’s Twitter meltdown began after he discovered that his ex-girlfriend had become engaged to “that steak eating idiot.” However, Gale promised his Twitter followers that he was “not melting down” and that he refused to delete his tweets despite being advised to.
“Please stop texting me and asking if I am ok I am completely fine,” Gale posted early on Tuesday morning. “IT IS THE WORLD AND IT IS LAUREN WHO ARE CRAZY TEXT THEM.”
Gale’s Twitter meltdown may be epic and amusing … but it may also be a hoax. “Bachelor” fans will remember that the producer live-tweeted an airplane feud between himself and a passenger named Diane on Thanksgiving Day. He eventually admitted that he made up the fight, posting that he did it to give people a “few laughs over a slow Thanksgiving weekend.”
If Elan Gale’s latest Twitter bender is a hoax, we’d like to thank him for livening up the week and giving us a good laugh. Cheers, Elan!
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