The photo, originally posted by Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone, shows how the couple went on a date while filming Bachelor in Paradise 5 in Mexico although both individuals had insisted to Becca on The Bachelorette their initial brief romance -- which took place before Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season of The Bachelor beganairing earlier this year -- was nothing significant and ended before it ever really started.
"Tia+Colton: 'yeah Becca, we're both 100% over each other! we're TOTALLY not planning on getting back together/probably engaged the minute we're in paradise (we're gonna get so many followers from this manufactured narrative lol)'" tweeted Bekah, who became close friends with Becca on Arie's season.
Raven -- Tia's good friend from Arkansas, who allegedly went on a double date with Tia and Colton in Paradise -- decided to defend her pal after reading Bekah's sarcastic tweet.
Raven posted a series of now-deleted tweets, accusing Bekah of manufacturing drama to get attention and add Twitter followers.
"Hey everybody!! Make sure you follow @Whats_Ur_Sign_ so she can get those followers so she can stop talking s--t about her friends... like Tia!!!! And Becca!!" Raven tweeted. "Come on now hurry up!"
Tia also competed for Arie's heart on The Bachelor's 22nd season and became best friends with Becca on the show. Tia and Bekah butted heads on the season and had their share of issues, but they seemed to become friendly once the show wrapped.
Bekah fired back at Raven, "Girl I would never talk s--t on Becca because she's as real as it gets. That's the reason I tweeted that thing about Colton and Tia in the first place, because it looked like they both played her on this one."
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Raven then deleted her tweets and blocked Bekah on Twitter. However, she continued to tweet about the topic without addressing Bekah directly.
"How can people be so full of hate all of the time? Aren't you tired?? How can you hate on your 'friends' constantly??" wrote Raven, who appeared on Nick Viall's edition of The Bachelor as well as Bachelor in Paradise 4.
Bekah then shot back, "Why'd you delete your first tweet that was directly aimed at me? Why don't you just @ me? This takes me back to the high school twitter feud days (which admittedly was only 5 or 6 years ago for me) and I'm loving it."
Bekah later added, "We agreed to stop the back and forth then but this is a whole new level of shady and conniving. it really seems like both she and colton played becca on this one. i would've tweeted it even if she wasn't filming right now. I don't care to be friends with someone like that."
Thinking about Tia and Colton's past fling initially made Becca sick to her stomach, but after Tia showed up on a Bachelorette group date and gave Becca her blessing to pursue Colton, Becca decided to keep Colton in the running for her heart because they shared a strong connection.
Tia explained to Becca on the show that Colton is "a great guy" but things just never worked out for them due to bad timing. Tia also made it known her physical relationship with Colton never advanced past a kiss.
Although Raven deleted most of her Twitter posts from the feud, she left three tweets up on her account, with the first reading, "It's so sad people find their self worth from being mean and hateful to their friends."
Raven's second visible tweet reads, "Don't want anything to do with someone who could be so cruel to their friends."
And finally, Raven concluded, "Just so you guys know, Bekah tweeted something rude & unnecessary to create drama & I went to stick up for my friend who can't respond right now. I decided to delete the tweets & I blocked her bc I don't want to keep engaging with someone who will continuously drag her 'friends.'"
But Bekah wasn't finished yet. She replied in a tweet, "1. keep acting like Tia and I were besties since that's the best you can do here. 2. there are not enough twitter characters to address the rest of your self-contradicting bullsh-t."