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Josh Murray seems to be taking some heat off Bachelor Nation.
Less than 24 hours after the reality star shared a social media record that compared his ex Andi Dorfman To the devil took season 10 wins to Instagram to respond to the related setback.
"You know, I've messed up many messages. I haven't looked at social media. Apparently, my post made some waves in a bad way," he told his followers in a Instagram Stories video. "I thought it was just fun, I thought it was humorous, but apparently it was not very humorous. I guess I'm not very funny. My fault. I should know better.
Murray then said that he is "likely to have to take it down" and noted that he was "getting into trouble for it."
"Many people, at least my friends, are like" No, let it be, "he said." But, I mean, if it hurts for people's feelings, I will never want to. So, anyway, good talk. Glad we could have this conversation. See you out there. "
The post, which has since been removed, showed Murray to suggest Dorfman on his season off Bachelorette. However, he had covered the lawyer's face with a devil emoji.
"Haterz wants to say it's photoshopped … hope that the new bachelor comes with an angel," he wrote the picture at that time. He has also included hashtags "#isthisnotfunny" and "# doesanyonehaveasenseofhumorin2019."
He also made the geotag Hell, Norway. The position came just before Colton Underwoods season off bachelor premiere.
E! News has come out to Dorfman for comment.
Fans watched that Dorfman and Murray fell in love with the ABC program in 2014. However, the two called their engagement in 2015.
"We were both very aware of the fact that we just didn't do better," she told the host Chris Harrison in 2015 Bachelor special. "I did not feel supported and empowered, and I do not think I gave him the support and empowerment he needed. When you have two very passionate, very strong personalities in one house and no one can come down and no one is calming power. a lot of excitement in one house. "
Still, their story didn't end there. In 2016, Dorfman published his book It is not OK: Turns the heartbeat into happy at all times. The reality star claimed that he was "emotionally and verbally abusive". He later described Dorfman's claims as a "fictional story" and "ridiculous" on Bachelor in Paradise.
Murray was later shown Bachelor in Paradise, where he suggested to Amanda Stanton. But the two also split.