Reality Steve Says Eazy on ‘The Bachelorette’ Has ‘Serious Allegations’ Against Him


ABC/Craig Sjodin Uzoma “Eazy” Nwachukwu is a contestant on season 16 of 'The Bachelorette.'

On the heels of the TikTok accusations against Yosef Aborady, another contestant on season 16 of The Bachelorette is being called into question. An early fan favorite, Uzoma “Eazy” Nwachukwu is now on the receiving end of serious allegations.

“There’s a woman who came to me last night, she was very vocal on Twitter,” said Reality Steve’s Steve Carbone during an Instagram Live. “And then she deleted all her tweets since, but I spoke to her personally and she shared a story with me that wasn’t very good. And if I had to guess, Eazy will never be seen on the franchise again.”

According to Carbone, the woman in question did not seem to be a big fan of the franchise, so she did not know how to go about contacting production when Nwachukwu was announced on the cast list. She and her friends reached out to a general email form on ABC, likely never reaching The Bachelorette.

“The woman who contacted me the night of the premiere that I’ve been in contact with ever since, spoke with the legal team of NZK Productions this past Friday for 90 minutes, and told them everything she told me about a prior experience with Eazy,” Carbone reported on October 28. “So now the show is 100% aware of allegations against him.”

Carbone will not provide the exact allegations, saying it is not his story to tell. However, one Reddit user posted pictures of the supposed tweets before they were deleted. While the account’s name, profile and handle have all been obscured, preventing the tweets from being verified, the timeline of the post does align with the one Carbone first provided. These tweets speak to a non-consensual sexual act, which is corroborated by other tweets posted to Reddit.

Heavy has reached out to Nwachukwu for comment.

Nwachukwu Has Been a Fan Favorite

Bachelor Nation first met Nwachukwu when he popped through a paper barrier reading, “Your future husband” on night one of Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette. Fans of the dating franchise have taken to social media to express their love for him, with many already calling for him to become Bachelor.

Nwachukwu is a 29-year-old sports marketing agent based in Newport Beach, California. He previously played in the NFL for four years.

“Eazy is a hopeless romantic who loves being in a relationship and says he is looking for a woman to be the other half of a power couple,” reads his ABC profile. “She has to have passion to be great in her career, but also know how to turn off work mode and enjoy the fun side of life. Above all, Eazy wants to make his family proud, and what better way to do that than by capturing the heart of America’s most eligible bachelorette?”

Aborady Was the First Contestant Facing Claims

Painted as the season’s villain, Aborady has faced accusations originally posted on TikTok. Reality Steve took to Twitter to confirm the accusations, saying, “All those who’ve been asking, yes, I’ve seen the TikTok videos of Carly Hammond. I spoke w/ her last night to verify the information, she is talking about Yosef, she’s shown me more texts between them, & this all happened this past wknd. 3 videos total.”

Hammond played into a common trend on TikTok in which users share wild stories after saying, “put a finger down.” She explained that he direct-messaged her on Instagram, but then he found out about The Bachelorette. She said during their relationship, they Facetimed for hours while they discussed kids and marriage. After a troubling weekend visit, she tried to discuss it but was instead sent a video of him “jerking off to another girl and he was talking about how he wanted to f*** her.”

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