JoJo & Jordan Breaking Up After Cheating Allegations Surface?

Andrew Cummings
August 30, 2016

Poor JoJo Fletcher! The former Bachelorette may have found her Prince Charming in Jordan Rodgers, but no sooner had they rode off into the sunset than his ex began sharing awful stories of infidelity.

ABC's hit reality series wrapped up season 12 when JoJo Fletcher said "yes" to the proposal of Jordan Rodgers, a former pro football player and brother of Greenbay Packers quarterback Aaron.

After Farrar's post drew attention online, sources close to The Bachelorette couple told Hollywood Life that Jordan Rodgers has started doing everything he can to prove that he is really in it for the long haul.

Rodgers has not addressed the accusations on his own Instagram account, though Fletcher appeared to show her fiance some support shortly after Farrar's second post with one of her own where she referred to him as a "loving, kind hearted and selfless" man.

Do you think JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are still together?

However, Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher showed the world that they are solid in their relationship. Nicole Anderson has claimed that the app matched her with the Bachelor victor on July 10.

In early August, Brittany Farrar surprised her followers and The Bachelorette fans when she publicly called out Rodgers again on Instagram. He even claimed that when they filmed "Bachelorette", he already deactivated his Raya account. She said Rodgers was a "prolific liar" and "cheater" during their entire three and a half year relationship. However, we can't say if both are honest in their relationship or if they just made a decision to pursue their over publicized romance.

In fact, JoJo Fletcher reportedly asked the network to skip Chase McNary for the next "Bachelor". "And Jordan's promised never to go more than five days without seeing her, they want to do everything to make sure their love stays strong". Will the "Bachelorette" couple survive or split? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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