Arie Luyendyk Jr. thought he had found the perfect woman when he proposed to Becca. But as fans saw on the season finale of "The Bachelor" last night, he started to question whether this was the wrong decision. Fans saw as he decided to break things off with Becca, so he could pursue a relationship with Lauren. Of course, he was just following his heart but fans were not happy about the way he handled the situation. While he isn't the first person to change his mind, it appears that he may have had questions about Becca but proposed anyways.

Rather than talk about the finale episode on social media last night, Arie decided to post a photo from a recent race.

He placed second and he had an interesting approach to the photo. According to a new tweet, Arie Luyendyk Jr. is now revealing that he's successful in his career, so he doesn't need to resort to blogging or selling Fit Tea on social media. It sounds like he's mocking previous "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" stars for pursuing a blogging career after being on the reality show.

Fans are not happy

It's no secret that fans aren't happy with the way things ended. It's one thing that Arie found love and wanted to pursue the relationship with Lauren, but it's odd to see him breaking things off with Becca after he admits that he has compared the relationships on the show. On last night's episode of "The Bachelor," Arie revealed that all of the activities he was doing with Becca, he kept thinking about Lauren.

It's interesting that Arie is throwing shade at former "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" stars as he's revealing that he doesn't need to do sponsored content to make money. But people pointed out that he placed second in the race he shared on social media, so he's technically not a winner.

Burning bridges?

It's also interesting to see that he's burning bridges with companies that may be ready to give him money to promote their products. Maybe he plans on disappearing from the spotlight after his season like he did after his season of "The Bachelorette." For years, he stayed out of the spotlight and it's possible that he doesn't want the fame that many stars want.

It doesn't help that he's not really a fan favorite after last night's finale episode.

What do you think of Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season of "The Bachelor?" Do you think he handled the situation the right way? And do you think it's unnecessary for him to throw shade at former stars of the show?