JoJo Fletcher doesn't mind ruffling a few feathers to find her true love.
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In a preview of tonight's "The Bachelorette," the star confronts one of her remaining suitors, Jordan Rodgers, the younger brother of Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, after hearing about "an altercation" that "apparently was very unbecoming."
Rodgers, 27, looks stunned once he hears of the reason for the sitdown.
Fletcher, 25, continues, "I hate hearing that because I have this idea of you in my head that I feel is accurate and then to hear it was Jordan acting entitled and very, like, snobby ... I don't like that."
During his confessional, Rodgers pushed back against that notion.
"I do not think I'm better than anybody in this house and I don't enjoy my integrity being questioned at all," he says in the preview. "Character is huge for me. That's how my parents brought me up so any time that's questioned -- especially by someone that I was friends with -- is pathetic."
It's not the first time the Dallas-based real estate broker has taken Rodgers to task over hearsay.
Last week, she confronted Rodgers after hearing from an ex-girlfriend that he was a lousy boyfriend who used to cheat. He explained then that he was focused solely on his football career and denied ever cheating. Rodgers also assured Fletcher that he's a changed man.
"The Bachelorette" continues Monday night on ABC.