Arie Luyendyk Jr. previewed his dramatic Bachelorfinale by telling Us Weekly, "I am very happy and it's been an experience that I will remember forever. I really have no regrets doing it. All I can really say is that I'm very happy and it's going to be fun for me to watch that back."
We're going to wager that the race car driver has at least a few regrets after he proposed to Becca Kufrin and then weeks later dumped her on camera for all of America to see so he could go back to runner-up Lauren Burnham. It was excruciating to watch and of course social media took him to task, but it looks like a few Bachelor fans went above and beyond to let Arie know that he's a jerk.
Billboards have been purchased in Minnesota, where Becca lives, and Los Angeles telling Luyendyk that he sucks. "Arie...Not okay. Just leave," read the signs in Minnesota, echoing Becca's sentiments from the first part of the finale.
Amy Kaufman, who wrote the tell-all Bachelor Nation book that was released today, did some follow-up research and found out that four additional billboards have been purchased in the Los Angeles area.
In fact, those behind the billboard purchases could be a lot closer to Arie than just being avid fans of the show.
More power to them, honestly. Arie will face their fury tonight, March 7, with the the live two-hour After the Final Rose finale beginning at 8/7c on ABC.