"Looking forward to meeting you and pointing out your hypocrisy over the last year," the former Bachelor says.
Colton Underwood has accepted Rachel Lindsay's invite to stop by her podcast and hash out whatever beef the two Bachelor Nation stars seem to have, but he's got a few requests.
"I'll come on your podcast Rachel," Underwood tweeted Wednesday after Lindsay addressed their feud on the "Whit & Ry" YouTube series earlier in the day. "One condition: ask your producer to leave it raw, unedited and untouched."
The former Bachelor added, "Looking forward to meeting you and pointing out your hypocrisy over the last year."
It was after a recent appearance on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" -- during which Lindsay tried to remain coy about the reasoning behind her fallout with once-bestie and fellow "Bachelor" alum, Raven Gates -- that Underwood publicly stated, "Shocker. Rachel mad at another person... does she like anyone? I'm not weighing in on the Rachel/Raven drama. I could care less about that, not my business. What is my business is the countless number of times she's spoke poorly of me... including that time she ran her mouth about me to Cassie [Randolph]" -- Underwood's current girlfriend.
After explaining she had no "intention" of her feud with Gates taking on "a life of its own," the former Bachelorette said, "What didn't help was Colton commenting. And you know, I would love for Colton to actually come on [my] podcast because what I'm not gonna do is entertain you in the comments section of somebody else's post. What I will do is have a grown -- can I curse? -- what I will do is have a grown-ass conversation with you, and we can talk about it."
Lindsay went on to address Underwood's claim that she "ran her mouth" to his girlfriend, saying that she doesn't "appreciate" the "accusations."
For starters, Lindsay pointed out that Randolph follows her on Instagram and claims she has ever since they met at a dinner in July, where they "partied the night away." Lindsay said Randolph even "took a selfie of us together" and that they "had a fantastic time," though she does recall Randolph saying to her, "Oh, I know you don't like Colton."
"I remember saying, 'I mean, I'm just indifferent. I just don't believe I have to be best friends with everybody just because we all come from the same TV show,'" Lindsay explained. "I said, 'My thing has always been with Colton, I felt like I never really knew who he was, and so I just wish I got to understand the real him. I just wish he would more so be himself on camera because people constantly tell me he's totally different off camera." Lindsay said Randolph "agreed with me."
"He's making it seem like I said, 'Don't be with him,'" Lindsay added. "And I would never tell another woman not to be with a man, unless I had some type of relationship with her."
"So I was like, I don't understand why he thinks that I was 'running my mouth,'" she went on. "And if I was 'running my mouth,' like I said at the beginning, why is she following me on Instagram if I said something so bad, you know? It's just so petty to me. As much as I wanted to go at him in the comments section, I just thought, 'You know what? Excuse me. I need to go interview Oprah.'"
Lindsay also claims she "gave Cassie a lot of advice" on how to "navigate" career opportunities following her time on the ABC reality series. "She actually really thanked me about that, and she was like, 'You should keep giving advice to people.'"