Becca Kufrin doesn't regret kicking her ex-boyfriend, Ross Jirgl, to the curb on The Bachelor, no matter how Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season ends.

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Becca is one of only two bachelorettes remaining in Arie's journey to find love, along with Lauren Burnham.

But in order to advance to the final Rose Ceremony on The Bachelor's 22nd season, Becca had to say goodbye to her ex-boyfriend of seven years, Ross, who flew all the way to Peru and drove five hours with a bouquet of tulips in hand to find her and hopefully win her back.

"I stand by my decision to not accept an unhealthy relationship back in my life. I will never doubt or question that. #selflovemotherssssss," Becca tweeted after this week's The Bachelor episode.

Becca subsequently shared a meme that shows a girl saying, "You're not invited." Becca captioned the image, "When someone you don't care for shows up to the party."

Ross begged Becca for a second chance on the show and even told the bachelorette that he wanted to marry her, as she's the "love of his life" with a "heart of gold" and the "soul of a saint."

But Becca had already moved on with Arie and clearly didn't want to revisit her past and whatever issues this on-again, off-again relationship brought into her life.

At this point in The Bachelor season, Becca is also in love with Arie, and the Bachelor has confessed he loves her back.

Becca therefore told Ross that their tumultuous romance "ended for a reason" and she wanted him to leave. As Ross walked out of Peru alone and brokenhearted, he noted that he felt like "a complete fool" for thinking they'd have a fairy-tale ending.

Ross currently works as a sports performance coach for the Stanford University football team. He and Becca reportedly met in college when Ross played football for the Division II team at Minnesota State University, which they both attended.

Becca graduated from college in 2012 with a B.S. in Mass Communications, with Ross graduating the following year with a degree in biomedical science.

Whether or not Becca and Arie worked out, the bachelorette apparently feels she had made the right decision in not taking Ross back.
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The Bachelor finale, which promises to be phenomenal and shocking, airs next week on Monday and Tuesday night on ABC. To read spoilers, including the current status of Arie's love life, click here.