Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Rachel Lindsay Calls Garrett Yrigoyen a ‘Piece of Sh*t’ Amid Becca Kufrin Split RumorsCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Rachel Lindsay Calls Garrett Yrigoyen a ‘Piece of Sh*t’ Amid Becca Kufrin Split Rumors

By Diana Iscenko

In the latest celebrity news, Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay spoke out against Garret Yrigoyen, the fiancé of friend and Bachelorette Becca Kufrin. On a recent episode of comedian Danny Pellegrino’s “Everything Iconic” podcast, Lindsay revealed that she will not be supportive of Kufrin’s relationship with Yrigoyen in the future. ”I think he’s a piece of sh*t … He has doubled down on his beliefs. This isn’t the first time he’s had problematic behavior.” Last month, Yrigoyen posted a controversial Instagram post in support of police officers. Kufrin initially supported him though disagreed with his views. After speaking to Lindsay on an episode of “Bachelor Happy Hour,” the reality TV star revealed she was unsure of her relationship status with Yrigoyen. When Pellegrino asked about the current status of the relationship, Lindsay declined to answer.

In celebrity news, Rachel Lindsay is all for Becca Kufrin cutting ties for Garrett Yrigoyen. What do you do if your friends don’t like your partner?

 Cupid’s Advice:

In a perfect world, your friends will love your partner as much as you do. Unfortunately, your friends may not be so supportive of your relationship. It can be hard to navigate a relationship when you don’t feel supported. If your friends dislike your partner, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Hear your friends out: Your friends (hopefully!) have your best interests in mind, so give them the benefit of the doubt. Give them a chance to explain why they don’t like your partner. They might see something unhealthy in your relationship that you couldn’t. Even if you end up disagreeing, your friends will appreciate you listening to their worries.

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2. Don’t force a friendship: As much as we want our friends to love our partner, it’s not possible for everyone to always get along. If your friends dislike your partner, you shouldn’t force a friendship between the two parties. Accept that you’ll miss some group hangs with your friends to spend time with your partner. Accept that your partner may not want to hang out with your friends and that you can’t force them to tag along.

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3. Set boundaries: Ask both your friends and your partner to respect your choices and to refrain from talking negatively about each other in front of you. Make sure to spend time with your friends and your partner, even if that time doesn’t overlap. Don’t let one side prevent you from seeing the other. If your friends or your partner won’t respect your choices, it may be time to let them go.

How do you deal with friends who dislike your partner? Start a conversation in the comments below!