By Stephanie Sacco

One of the biggest villains in the history of The Bachelorette came from JoJo Fletcher’s season. Chad Johnson, the luxury realtor and nobody’s favorite housemate, had something mean to say about just about everyone in the house. He also threatened one or two of them. However, according to UsMagazine.com he told Jimmy Kimmel post-elimination, “At the end of the day, it is a show so things are amplified. We try to be ourselves and we try to be who we are, but at the same time, whoever you are is amplified up about a million times.” In celebrity news and gossip, Johnson has been seen with an ex of one of his fellow competitors, Robby Hayes. He’ll be sure to start some trouble this August when he appears on Bachelor in Paradise. We’ll have to wait and see.

This celebrity news has us skeptical about Chad’s sincerity. What are some benefits to avoiding the bad boy?

Cupid’s Advice:

The idea of a bad boy is always better than the reality. You see them in movies and books and believe that deep down they have a soft spot. Cupid is here to set the record straight:

1. Nice guys finish first: Bad boys might look nice (think James Dean), but deep down they may not always be the right guy. If you’re looking for fun and no commitment, maybe you’ll find that in a bad boy. However, most of the time it’s just trouble. A nice guy will always treat you well.

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2. Less heartbreak: A bad boy doesn’t always stick around, and you need somebody who isn’t going to break your heart (at least not on purpose). Find a guy who is all about you and who won’t let you down. Don’t settle for anything less than the best.

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3. They’re immature: Wearing a leather jacket or riding a motorbike isn’t cool forever. After a while, it just gets old. There’s nothing cool about being treated badly, and if your bad boy isn’t respecting you, kick him to the curb.

How do you dodge the bad boys? Comment below!