'Bachelorette' Contestant Luke P. Just Posted an Instagram About His Sketchy Behavior

You know how Luke P. was the literal worst during Monday’s episode of The Bachelorette? Allow me to refresh your memory. Like a small child at a party, Luke desperately required attention on him at all times—to the point where Hannah B had to take him aside and give him a talking to.


Luke’s thirsty behavior caused his fellow contestants called him “unstable” and claim he was about to “self-implode,” and at one point Hannah even had to tell him “I promise I’m going to talk to you again, but I don’t wanna do this right now, OK? Let me talk to everybody.” Like, CALM DOWN LUKE P!

Anyway, this dude hit up Instagram to explain his behavior, saying he wants to address the “elephant in the room” and that it’s been hard for him to watch himself on the show. “I have learned a lot and I am continuing to learn about my flaws as a man,” he wrote. “I’m the first to admit I am far from perfect. This journey has giving me a great opportunity to grow and mature as a man, for that I am grateful. For those of you who are on this journey with me I am grateful for your support and hope you get to learn and grow from my mistakes with me!”

I just want to address the elephant in the room here really quick. First I want you all to know how hard it has been for me to watch myself this season so far. Regardless of what is aired AND IF @alabamahannah and I are together or not my behavior in all situations has been and will continue to be exposed. I have learned a lot and I am continuing to learn about my flaws as a man. I’m the first to admit I am far from perfect. This journey has giving me a great opportunity to grow and mature as a man, for that I am grateful. For those of you who are on this journey with me I am grateful for your support and hope you get to learn and grow from my mistakes with me!

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Something tells me this isn’t the last time we’ll see Luke P. be a complete mess. So excited to have something to look forward to on Monday nights!


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