Trolls on social media have claimed that Kaitlyn looks "so different" now and her face is "busted," and so Kaitlyn fired back and listed all the work she's had done, including Botox to do a brow lift and lip fillers.
Kaitlyn tweeted in reply to all the gossip, "So sick of women commenting on my face," and Tayshia is apparently tired of it as well.
"Kaitlyn Bristowe calling out those haters, specifically about her appearance. You know what? I think it's great and it's about time some of these people get put in their place," Tayshia said during a recent episode of her Click Bait with Bachelor Nation podcast.
She added, "So Kaitlyn, keep doing you! All of y'all out there, if you do have haters, whatever! That's showing their insecurity way more than it's saying anything about you."
Tayshia admitted it's not always easy for a reality TV star or celebrity to rise above the criticism and be the better person.
"You're always told, 'Just ignore it, you're above that. Don't give these people attention,' and blah, blah, blah," Tayshia vented.
"But there is a certain point when you're just like, 'Okay, stop! I'm human too! Enough is enough. What makes you feel like you can talk to me the way that you're talking to me? Does it make you feel better to be that and to say that and to send that?' It's just -- oh my God!"
Tayshia said she doesn't really know why it seems like women target other women more than men target women for their looks.
"I feel like people try to knock other people down just to kind of put themselves on a level playing field, like, 'Oh, she got her lips done but that sh-t is fake.' They try to belittle it and belittle her and belittle the person because it in some way levels the playing field between y'all," Tayshia reasoned.
"But typically you are following them because there is something that appeals [to you] -- either you think she is pretty but you just want to bring her back down, you know, in case she's a little too high up or is being too successful?"
She went on to say, "I don't know why women tear each other down. I really don't. It's so much more rewarding and such a happier world when we are lifting each other up."
Tayshia noted it feels amazing to receive a compliment from another woman.
"A guy is whatever, I don't need you, but a compliment from another woman feels so good!" Tayshia said.
Bibiana said every person who has appeared on The Bachelor franchise has probably experienced "negativity in one way or another" from being on the show because people love "to give their opinions."
"When it comes to your physical appearance, it's none of your business, guys," Bibiana noted.
"I feel like if [Kaitlyn] feels good in her skin and this is what she wants to do -- and I think she looks beautiful -- people to say the crazy things that they're saying, it's insane to me! And kudos to her for clapping back because some people think that not saying anything is the best thing, and it's like, 'No, I'm still a human being.'"
Bibiana pointed out how one fan had it right in saying Kaitlyn won Dancing with the Stars' 28th season, is happily engaged to The Bachelorette 14 suitor Jason Tartick, and is running multiple successful businesses.
"We just live in this society where people feel like you're not human. It's like if they can diss you on the Internet, it doesn't really matter," Bibiana complained.
Mike, who said he tries to be an optimist, admitted he gets "happy" when people hate on him.
"That means I'm on the right track!" Mike said. "That means I'm making my haters mad, baby! I'm making my haters eat, and I'm still getting mine! I'm going to keep going up."
Tayshia agreed if a person doesn't have haters, then he or she is not doing something right.