Olu appeared on a recent episode of the "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast hosted by Season 14 The Bachelorettestar Becca Kufrin and discussed the moment in which Chris essentially threw the other bachelors under a bus for allegedly thinking they had the competition "in the bag."
When asked if he agreed with anything Chris S. had said about the other guys, Olu replied, "Me hearing Chris S. say that certain guys -- honestly, I took it as everyone, everyone had it in the bag."
"That was like a stab in the heart because it's like, 'Bro, when do you see me just relaxed and thinking everything is good and that I'm going to win it all?' So I feel like this is just something that he pulled out of his ass."
During last week's The Bachelorette episode, Nayte didn't seem concerned when Michelle had put him on a group date.
"I'm not stressing when I'm going to get a one-on-one date," Nayte announced to the guys. "All I know is a one-on-one is coming, and if it's not today, it's going to be another time. I'm in a good spot regardless, I feel like."
Chris told the cameras that Nayte was coming across "really cocky," adding, "He thinks he's got everything in the bag!"
At the cocktail party, Chris said he didn't like how Michelle had felt "unseen" during the previous group date and then declared in front of everyone how some guys in the cast felt like they already had the competition "in the bag."
Chris said Michelle deserved more effort from her suitors, adding, "I think the guys that think they have it in the bag should either speak up or they should go home."
"I think he was the only man there with the least amount of time. So, yeah, that stunt that he pulled, it was kind of B-S."
The guys were angry that Chris had created "a negative situation" for no reason, and Romeo Alexander noted how Chris' actions appeared to be "a desperate ploy to ruin everything."
Becca even pointed out on her podcast how Chris had seemingly wanted to just make more time for himself with Michelle.
"Oh for sure, yeah," Olu noted.
The Bachelorette co-host Tayshia Adams -- who was serving as Becca's co-host on the "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast -- added, "People try to find ways to stand out, and that's just not the way to do it."
Michelle, however, said she appreciated Chris speaking up in her defense and confirmed on the show that no one had it "in the bag -- not even close."
But Nayte thought Chris' speech was "weird as hell" and "a strategic move in the worst way possible." Nayte assumed Chris wanted to be portrayed as Michelle's "protector."
Nayte said he was just asking questions and meant no disrespect, and their argument ended with Nayte calling Chris S. "a dweeb" and "a weirdo."
"I came in on my white horse and I saved [Michelle] from the castle that she's been stuck in," Chris S. explained to the cameras.
Other bachelors also dubbed Chris "a rat" and "a snake," and they said they understood why Nayte was so upset about Chris having thrown him under a bus.
Clayton Echard even complained of Chris, "I think it was very selfish and immature of Chris to pull that stunt."
Chris ended up receiving the very last rose at the Rose Ceremony that preceded Michelle and her bachelors' travels to her home state of Minnesota.
"I asked him if he [thought] he was going to get a rose. I honestly felt like these were his last moments having an opportunity to win Michelle's heart," Olu admitted.
"He pulled that B-S stunt and, yeah, for me to see him get that rose at the end, I was in complete disbelief."
At the Rose Ceremony, Michelle eliminated Romeo, Chris Gallant, and Will Urena, which leaves only 11 men still in the running for The Bachelorette star's heart going into the next Season 18 episode on Tuesday, November 16 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.