The Real Reason Bachelor Star Chad Johnson Can't Stand Tyler Cameron

The Bachelorette's Chad Johnson has been billed as a villain in Bachelor Nation pretty much ever since he was on the show in Season 12. While competing for JoJo Fletcher's heart on The Bachelorette, he was labeled "Bad Chad" for his temper and threatening behavior. It may have been four years since he was on the show, but Chad isn't going anywhere anytime soon. In fact, he's about to get in the boxing ring with Celebrity Boxing, and the first person he wants to go head-to-head with is fellow Bachelor Nation guy Tyler Cameron.

Tyler — who was on a different season of The Bachelorette (Season 15 with Hannah Brown), has been well-liked by viewers since appearing on TV — unlike Chad. However, Chad has much different feelings toward the fan-favorite.

Despite everyone in the country falling in love with Tyler when Hannah dumped him on The Bachelorette, Chad basically hates him. When Chad was discussing his new boxing job on the podcast Hollywood Raw in June 2020, he called Tyler a "little b***h *ss" and said he wanted to fight him. Chad said these feelings stem back to early 2020 when he was arrested on charges of domestic violence and subsequently hospitalized. It was during this time he claims Tyler made a move on his ex — which Chad is very much not okay with.

Chad Johnson says Tyler Cameron slid into his ex's DMs

Bachelorette alum Chad Johnson claims the reason he hates fellow Bachelorette vet Tyler Cameron is because Tyler slid into his ex's DMs and it was totally uncalled for. Chad told the Hollywood Raw podcast (via The Blast): "One of the reasons I'd like to fight that guy is because whenever that s**t happened in February, he had DMed my ex, 'Hey, if you need anything let me know.' I saw that s**t and I was like, f**king really, bro? You're in New York, she's in LA, what were you going to do? You're literally across the country."

While he doesn't mention any ex by name, Chad was reportedly dating Annalise Mishler when he was arrested in February for domestic violence, per TMZ. And Chad's rant didn't end there. "Are you hoping she is going to tweet out thanks to Tyler Cameron for his support? Like you're such a good f**king guy," he continued. "What could you possibly do to help this girl? You've come in and tried to play this good-guy card, messaging my girl in the DMs saying you're going to help her and s**t. Now I've gotta f**king beat your *ss."

Chad, who has turned to porn for a career now, hasn't gotten a response from Tyler in regard to wanting to fight him, but he doesn't seem to care. He's just looking forward to getting in the ring and fighting whoever will take him on.

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