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'The Bachelorette' Hannah Brown Sparks Backlash Over Insensitive Instagram Caption

'The Bachelorette' Hannah Brown Sparks Backlash Over Insensitive Instagram Caption
March 23, 2020 - 12:50 / Anna Valenzuela Rosas

The Bachelorette star, Hannah Brown, is familiar with social media backlash. The strong and proud reality TV star has been trying to stay positive and entertain via social media like many others, but she unfortunately still gets a decent amount of negative response.

During these times of recommended isolation, Hannah Brown has been hunkered down with her Bachelorette runner up, Tyler Cameron, which has sparked rumors that the two are in fact now a couple. Unfortunately, her attempts at positive messages during the COVID-19 scare are being met with anger.

Bachelorette Hannah Brown walks the carpet at the 'The Secret Life of Pets 2' Los Angeles Premiere Westwood, California, on June 2, 2019.

Bachelorette Alumni Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron Active On Instagram During Isolation

Both Brown and Cameron are very active on social media and have been relatively open about how negative and hurtful the public can be. Hannah and Tyler's friends isolating together have dubbed themselves "The Quarantine Crew" much to the chagrin of other public figures including other Bachelor Franchise members like Nick Viall who said "Stop doing TikTok videos with groups of people in the pool" implicating Brown and Cameron. 

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Hannah recently posted a sweet photo of herself grinning bikini-clad in the warm Florida climate with the caption "Whats more contagious than a smile."

Dancing With The Stars Winner Hannah Brown Faces Backlash From Fans

Unfortunately, this caption has made Hannah the target from many angry fans. Some comments are gentle in their criticism while others are not so much. One fan commented "Please consider others before you post insensitive captions" while another said "So tone deaf while your country is in crisis use your fame to help." 

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She has since added to the caption "Just trying to spread some love here rather than fear, not making light of the situation" in response to all the backlash.