And then Cameron bumped into Hannah Brown. Oof.
- Last week, reports confirmed that Gigi Hadid and Tyler Cameron no longer follow each other on Instagram.
- Despite the very public social media fallout, a source said that Cameron still respects and appreciates Hadid.
- Amid his breakup from Hadid, Cameron bumped into another of his exes, former Bachelorette Hannah Brown, before the People’s Choice Awards.
It’s a tale as old as time: Girl follows boy’s Instagram. Boy follows girl back. Girl and boy fall for each other. Girl and boy fall out. Girl and boy unfollow each other. The latest victims of this modern romantic adage are supermodel Gigi Hadid and former Bachelorette contestant Tyler Cameron, whose brief romance swept headlines this past summer.
According to Us Weekly, Hadid unfollowedher former beau on Instagram since their breakup was announced in early October. Cameron followed suit shortly after.
Still, despite the seeming animosity, a source told Us that there’s no bad blood between the two. “Tyler still thinks of Gigi as a friend,” the source said. “They were really close, and he still likes and respects her, even though the romantic portion of their relationship is over.”
The insider added that Hadid’s unfollow didn’t “mean that they aren’t speaking or have any bad blood between them.”
Amid the reports of their social media fallout, Cameron ran into another ex ahead of the People’s Choice Awards: former Bachelorette star Hannah Brown (Cameron was the runner-up during Brown’s season of the reality dating show and she asked him out at the finale).
“I actually saw him and his mom and I said hello to them,” Brown told Us Weekly. “So I think it’s really sweet that he brought his mom.”
When asked if she was possibly nervous about running into Cameron, Brown said, “I think I have so much going on right now. I mean, I came straight from practice for the show tomorrow, so there’s no place for nerves and honestly, I’m just really focused on myself right now and I’m just really glad that I am able to be here and to celebrate the nomination of the award.”