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Juan Pablo on backlash: 'Bachelor' Juan Pablo tweets post-show, angers fans

Juan Pablo and Nikki
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After Juan Pablo on "The Bachelor," backlash ensued -- especially after the March 10 episode of "After the Final Rose." Today, JP -- given the "worst 'Bachelor' in history" title -- took to his Twitter account with one simple message that will probably make you hate him more.

Juan Pablo tweeted a quote that read, "Throw me to the wolves and I'll come back leading the pack." That tweet was met by hundreds of angry responses, criticizing the former "Bachelor" for being a heartless jerk (hey, that's putting it nicely). Obviously JP doesn't really care what people think of him -- he's arrogant and totally happy about his time on the show -- and he says that he doesn't have any regrets.

Juan Pablo tweeted on the backlash but he wasn't the only one. His girlfriend, Nikki Ferrell, also took to Twitter to let everyone know that their cruel words weren't appreciated. Of course she has received quite a bit of "hate mail" following her time on the show and since she basically let Juan Pablo do all the talking last night while she sat back and smiled, people lost respect for her -- and they let her hear it.

"Being in the public eye does NOT give you the right to say what you want to me. Your words hurt no matter what. Be ashamed of yourselves," Nikki tweeted after the show aired last night.

Does Juan Pablo's opinion on "The Bachelor" backlash even matter? How do you feel about the way Juan Pablo handled himself on last night's "After the Final Rose"?

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