Over the previous week, important feedback arrived on-line about Wes Bergmann from a number of of his castmates from The Problem.
Wes seems in The Problem: USA 2, which airs on CBS and featured a current episode the place he confirmed an emotional aspect throughout confessionals and different scenes.
He talked about that he was retiring from the present due to the brand new child he and his spouse had been anticipating. He additionally stated he wanted to concentrate on his enterprise and talked about castmates trashing his identify behind his again in interviews.
Following that, followers started to publish about Wes. MTV OGs Rachel Robinson and Laurel Stucky, Wes’s castmates in a number of Problem seasons, made remarks about Wes that started circulating on social media and prompted extra followers to react.
Following that, different Challengers made remarks to defend or help Wes, together with Shane Landrum and Sylvia Elsrode.
Behind the scenes, one other OG entered the dialogue, with Tina Barta having an trade in non-public messages with Laurel.
Nonetheless, Tina has since posted one other message about her involvement within the Wes vs. Laurel drama and appears to need nothing to do with it.
After OG Rachel Robinson commented on a fan’s tweet about Wes to say a number of incidents of his through the present, Laurel Stucky shared a screenshot of Rachel’s tweet on her IG Story together with her feedback added.
A part of Rachel’s unique remark referred to Wes dumping soda on castmate Cara Maria Sorbello’s head one season and him “threatening” castmate Derrick Kosinski’s household throughout an All Stars 3 elimination occasion.
In added her remarks, Laurel known as Wes a “straight up loser,” and stated he thinks he’s wealthy resulting from proudly owning a house in Kansas Metropolis, Kansas. She closed her feedback saying he wouldn’t make it in New York and known as him “punk.”
A superfan account obtained a screenshot of a personal message between Tina Barta and Laurel during which Tina stated she noticed Laurel’s reply to Rachel’s publish.
“I couldn’t stop laughing at the ‘Punk’ at the end of the paragraph,” Rachel wrote, with Laurel replying with crying laughing emojis.
“He is tho,” Laurel stated, with Tina saying, “He certainly can be.”
Laurel went on to say she hates him on the present, and that’s all she is aware of of Wes.
A swipe on the publish beneath reveals a tweet Tina made during which she seemingly jokes that Laurel went “too far” by calling Wes a “punk” in her preliminary remarks about Wes.
Tina says she doesn’t need to be concerned in all of the drama
Whereas the above messages might have appeared like Tina was on board with calling Wes a “punk” and all the opposite remarks about him, it seems she’s on pleasant phrases with each castmates.
She took to Twitter to share a sequence of messages, one among which let followers know her different tweet about “punk was a joke. She also said, “I get along with all parties involved so I would like to remain out of it.”
In a follow-up tweet, Tina tagged Wes, praising him and his “beautiful wife,” saying her castmate has “always been a very gracious and loving friend to me AND my husband. I LOVE YOU BOTH!”
She additionally stated she wasn’t supporting “any cancellation of @WestonBergmann.”
Rachel additionally tweeted to let followers know they wanted to “move on from this storyline” and that “No one is canceling Wes. No one said , No one implied.”
Primarily based on the current feedback, issues might lastly be settling down with the current eruption of chatter and commentary about Wes, though he’s nonetheless showing on USA 2. That provides the “mastermind” competitor extra time for castmates to make confessional interview or social media remarks.
Nonetheless, because the season ends, the main focus ought to shift to what issues most: Wes and his spouse Amanda welcoming their first baby to the world.
The Problem: USA 2 airs Thursdays at 10/9c on CBS.