Demi Burnett has a few choice words on anyone hating on her "Bachelor in Paradise" relationships.
After someone commented on the same-sex romance teased in one of the new trailers, Burnett and her friends let that person have it.
"The moment you described the relationship as disgusting is the moment you claimed yourself as homophobic," she wrote.
The Twitter user had said they would not be watching the show anymore after the new clip aired.
The moment you described the relationship as disgusting is the moment you claimed yourself as homophobic https://t.co/rSnrWJR0Hw— Demi Burnett (@demi_burnett) July 24, 2019
Next, she added that friends and even folks she didn't know came to her rescue and gave their support.
"My DMs are so blown up with love that y’all have drowned out all the hate. It’s 3am and I’m going to bed with a smile on my face. Love you all so much thank you," she added.
My DMs are so blown up with love that y’all have drowned out all the hate. It’s 3am and I’m going to bed with a smile on my face. Love you all so much 💕 thank you— Demi Burnett (@demi_burnett) July 24, 2019
The "Bachelor" star from Colton Underwood's season then shared some of the supporting messages.
Jason Tartick wrote, "The hate below is absolutely abominable! Bravo to Demi for breaking barriers in The Bachelor Franchise and on a National Network in the pursuit of love and happiness. Regardless of your sexual preference, love is love is love. I support LGBTQ today and every damn day!"
Kaitlyn Bristowe added, "This makes me sick to my stomach. I hate bringing attention to this, but I love that we can all stand up against it. I’m proud of you Demi. And I’m proud of the show for evolving."
And finally, Chris Randone wrote, "I can’t even begin to comprehend nor fathom this disgusting message. As a brother of a sister who’s lesbian, just know Demi, there’s nothing more beautiful than supporting those who get judged because of their gender preference. Demi we love you."
In the new clip, Demi talks about being in love with another woman as she says, "I know that I love this girl. I’m just so happy that I found her."
She also says she could see herself with her for the rest of her life. But Demi is also seen falling for a guy as well, so jealousy will definitely play into this possible love triangle.
"Bachelor in Paradise" returns next month on ABC.