Ben Johnson, who plays the Bachelor on the reality show “The Bachelor,” is in a bit of a quandary, having responded to a number of tweets from his Twitter account on Wednesday.
The actor has received multiple backlash for his responses to some of the criticism surrounding his role in “Bachelor” as well as other “Bachelorette” cast members who have been outspoken about their decision to skip the show.
Johnson had posted a series of tweets on Wednesday that were criticized for being overly negative toward other cast members of “The Bacheloretts,” including his fellow cast member, Emily Ratajkowski, who had also tweeted her frustration with the cast.
“I was a victim of the bacheloretnts in real life,” she wrote in one tweet.
“They are so mean and rude, and they just need to go away!”
In another tweet, she said, “I am sick of people saying that I am selfish because I can’t see my kids when they are on dates with the Bachelors!
I am not selfish, and I am a great mother and wife.”
“I will not stand idly by while others have to endure this,” she added in a third tweet.
The responses from Johnson and Ratavks are both fairly standard, but it is unclear what exactly is wrong with Johnson’s character in his tweets.
One of the most common criticism Johnson has received from his fans and critics has been that he seems to be an insensitive and immature man.
The response from Twitter, however, is in line with his actual comments to his fans, which have been a mixture of his positive, positive, and negative, depending on the audience.
He has been asked by fans to apologize for his tweets, which has been a mixed bag for him.
“Ben is an incredible actor, he is an amazing human being, and he deserves better,” one fan said in a tweet on Wednesday morning.
“He should never have made those comments.
You’re not a victim, you’re an enemy, and you deserve better.”
He also responded to another fan’s question about whether he thought “Bones” was a good film or not.
“The only reason I watched it was because I was going to a movie and I was told it was,” he responded.
“You’re not supposed to watch films.
You don’t deserve to see them.”
When asked about his tweets that were critical of other castmembers, Johnson responded, “What I want is for people to see me in my real life.
I’m not the bad guy, and the only person that can blame me is myself.”
His most recent response, however and the one that has gotten the most attention, was his response to a tweet from actor-turned-reality-show host Drew Carey, who has been vocal about her desire to see Johnson appear on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” franchise.
“Do I hate Ben Johnson?
Of course not!
Do I care about Ben Johnson’s opinions?
Of no, and no more.
It’s all about the ratings!”
Carey tweeted in response to Johnson.
“It’s time for Ben Johnson to be more of a good guy,” she tweeted.
“Let’s have Ben Johnson on ‘The Real Houses of Beverly’ as one of the ladies in the franchise.”
This tweet prompted a flurry of criticism from Johnson, and even from fans who called him out for using their Twitter account to vent.
“Why would I even bother using my Twitter?
If you have a bad day or something, I’ll just post it to my feed and get a reaction,” Johnson responded to one of his critics.
“If people want to be offended, then I’ll do that too.
I will let them feel it.
That’s not me being a jerk.
That was just my normal day.”
But in a later tweet, he said that people should “leave him alone.”
“People can be offended.
People have their own opinions and you can respect that.
If people want him to be a jerk, fine.
It would be a bad thing if I did that,” he wrote.
“But it would be better if people left him alone and did what they did with the rest of the people in the world.”
Johnson, however has yet to reply to all of the negative responses to his tweets and tweets, and many fans, including some of his fellow “The Big Bang Theory” cast member Josh Schwartz, have taken to Twitter to offer their own thoughts on his Twitter responses.
“My brother Ben is a great actor and I loved every moment of ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Bachelor,’ but now I want to see him on a reality show!”
Schwartz wrote on Twitter.
“Biden is a very strong man who I love and admire, but I do not believe Ben has the best personality.
He does not have the courage to make tough decisions and he does not understand the