JoJo Fletcher, Jordan Rodgers Still Engaged: ‘Bachelorette’ Couple Shoots Sweet Advert Together Amid Breakup Rumors
Jojo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers were spotted together in Malibu. The pair was apparently in the area to shoot their advertisement with Bachelor In Paradise couple, Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton.
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According to the Daily Mail, the newly-engaged couple, Rodgers and Fletcher, were seen embracing each other on the beach in Malibu. The pair looked so sweet while filming their advert with Murray and Stanton.
The filming took place amid speculations that the pair already broke up over Rodgers’ cheating scandal.
Rodgers has been accused of cheating several times. For instance, just hours after the premiere of the Season 12 of the Bachelorette, a rumor ran rife that the former NFL player joined the show just to gain fame. In addition, he was supposedly cheating on Fletcher because his Raya account was active despite being on the show.
Although Jordan Rodgers has been subject to cheating scandals, Jojo Fletcher still followed her heart and gave the final rose to the hunk. The lovebirds also got engaged on national TV.
Following the engagement, Rodgers’ ex-girlfriend, Brittany Farrar posted a lengthy scathing message on Instagram. She claimed that her former flame cheated on her while they were dating and even labeled the athlete “liar” and a “cheater.”
But Rodgers denied Farrar’s accusations and said the allegations that have been thrown at him were not true.
“There’s been a lot of really harsh and very untrue allegations along the way,” he said during a press conference, as per Us Weekly.
Rodgers went on to suggest that he has a lot of better things to do than think of Farrar’s claims. He further said that he is happy right now with Fletcher and just wants to focus on her.
Jordan Rodgers and Jojo Fletcher have been in the magazines and all over the internet for wrong reasons, but it would really be great if their relationship continued to flourish amid the speculations.
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