What did Bachelorette star Andrew Spencer's old tweets say?

BACHELORETTE contestant Andrew Spencer is in hot water after old tweets of his surfaced on social media.

The fan-favorite TV star has yet to address the controversy surrounding his previous comments posted on Twitter.

What did Bachelorette star Andrew Spencer's old tweets say?

Andrew Spencer of Katie Thurston’s season of The Bachelorette is getting slammed by fans of the show after old tweets of his surfaced on social media.

In one tweet to his friend from 2013, he said: “And Direll, stop talking to fat hoes.”

Back in 2016, Andrew wrote: “All blondes have little lips.”

In a tweet written towards Kendall Jenner in 2014, he referenced Kim Kardashian’s NFL star ex, Reggie Bush. 

“You’re just jealous I’m going to be the next Reggie Bush in that family,” the athlete said. 

He also made a series of controversial tweets about “Black women” specifically, including laughing at someone for “marrying a Black girl.”

Andrew even admitted his dream of becoming the next Bachelor back in March of 2014.

“Let me be the next Bachelor,” he wrote with a smirk.

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Andrew did not respond to The Sun’s request for comment.

What did fans say about Andrew Spencer’s tweets?

Some fans were bummed out about the nature of Andrew’s tweets, with one Twitter user writing: “Damn Andrew!!! This is so disappointing. I never would’ve pinned him to have such a misogynistic and inappropriate mindset.”

Another wrote: “Noooooo! I just said he was my favorite guy from the past few seasons. This is why I have trust issues.”

News of Andrew’s tweets surfaced a day after fellow Bachelorette contestant Justin Glaze was forced to apologize for his “homophobic” old social media posts. 

Was Andrew Spencer arrested?

Back in July 2018, Andrew, who was 23 years old at the time, was arrested on alcohol-related charges in Winona, Minnesota; He faced two counts of Fourth Degree DWI.

In court, he pled guilty to blowing a higher alcohol level than the state minimum in Minnesota. 

In exchange for his guilty plea, all other charges were dropped against him.

For pleading guilty, Andrew was sentenced to unsupervised probation for one year and had to pay over $500 in fines.

The reality star took responsibility for his behavior at the time, and in a statement obtained by In Touch, he said:

“I do not dispute the test result. I also acknowledge that I have been advised as to the enhanceable nature of the offense to which I am pleading guilty, and I understand that future offenses could be charged more severely as a result of my conviction for this offense,”

This was not Andrew's only alcohol-related charge, however.

In 2014, he was fined $185 by cops for consuming alcohol underage.

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