‘The Bachelor’: Cassie Randolph Is Criticized by Fans for Posting an Ad the Day of Kobe Bryant’s Accident

by Jeremy Spirogis
Cassie Randolph

Cassie Randolph gained Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor. A yr later, she’s nonetheless adjusting to being within the public eye. She’s written on her Instagram and has mentioned in interviews that having a lot deal with her always has confirmed to be difficult.

Cassie Randolph | Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
Cassie Randolph | Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Cassie Randolph’s Instagram post that acquired fan backlash

On January 26, Randolph posted a promotional photograph of herself at a mall in Los Angeles. She was there due to her partnership with Amazon’s Treasure Truck.

“Getting back into a healthy routine after this last trip and all the traveling I’ve done the last few months! Stopped by the amazon @treasuretruck to pick up all my favorites. It will be at the Americana in Glendale until 5pm today,” she captioned the photograph.

January 26 can also be when Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, baseball coach John Altobelli, his spouse, Keri, their basketball-playing daughter Alyssa, mom and daughter Sarah and Payton Chester, Mamba Academy basketball coach Christina Mauser, and pilot Ara Zobayan handed away because the result of a helicopter crash.

When Randolph posted her advert, she acquired fairly a little bit of backlash from followers who discovered it insensitive of her to post.

“Honestly this is in such poor taste. Kobe Bryant is more inspirational tha you could ever begin to dream, he has inspired millions and millions around the WORLD, and you post this???! Who do you think you are??? SHAME on you,” one particular person commented.

“This post could’ve waited for another day. Especially given that you’re from LA, a city that is deeply mourning the loss of a legend and his daughter. We are using this platform today to mourn in solidarity,” responded one other.

“Not the day Cassie … ” wrote one other fan.

Several different commenters merely wrote “RIP Kobe” on the post.

Some followers argued Randolph needed to post for contractual causes or that as a result of a tragedy takes place doesn’t imply the truth star shouldn’t post her typical content material.

“everyone is supposed to quit their jobs because of a tragedy?” requested one fan.

“The world goes on. It’s an incredibly sad day but everyone’s gotta get up and work. Life does not stop,” wrote one other.

Cassie Randolph’s post in regards to the helicopter accident that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and 7 others

In the tip, Randolph ended up posting a separate post in regards to the tragic accident.

“Such devastating news today that it doesn’t seem like it can be real. My heart goes out to Kobe’s family and the families of the others also on board… I can’t begin to imagine how painful this is. I remember how excited my brother was a few years ago when his jr. high school team played Kobe’s daughter’s team and Kobe was there,” she captioned a photograph of a coronary heart.

Randolph continued: “When the unfathomable happens to someone seemingly so untouchable, it really puts into perspective how truly fragile life is. Life can be so unfair. Hold your loved ones close and appreciate those around you.”

Fans flocked to the feedback to inform the truth star they recognize her “Beautiful message.”

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