'Bachelor in Paradise's' Caelynn Miller-Keyes Shares a Meme About "Why Women Have Trust Issues"

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    • Caelynn Miller-Keyes, from Colton Underwood's season of The Bachelor, has been at the center of some of the show's most controversial moments this season.
      • On Instagram, Caelynn low-key commented on the drama, sharing a meme about "trust issues" that features footage of her from the show.

        Bachelor in Paradise is in full swing and, as it does every summer, the Bachelor Nation beach party is bringing the drama.

        Week one, that drama revolved around Blake Horstmann, the runner up from Becca Kufrin's season who seemed, during his run on The Bachelorette, at least, like the quintessential nice guy. That reputation made Blake a hot commodity in Paradise, where he basically had his pick of ladies when the first group of contestants arrived on the beach.

        That quickly changed though, thanks in no small part to Caelynn Miller-Keyes, from Colton Underwood's season of The Bachelor, who arrived on the beach and had no qualms about calling out Blake for his triangle-shaped history with her and fellow Bachelor alum Kristina Schulman (who is also in Paradise this summer, naturally).

        This week, Caelynn took a break from her Blake drama to go on a date with a porn 'stached Dean Unglert, during which he was basically like, "I'm living in my car and unemployed and hopefully that's cool with you."

        At one point during the date, Caelynn and Dean decided to run up to the pool at their date locale and jump in together. At the last minute, however, Dean stops short, leaving Caelynn to jump on her own.

        And if you were thinking, "Man, that moment just about sums up Caelynn's recent experiences with guys," then you're not alone.

        The moment was meme-d and shared by @bachelor.clown on Instagram. In the meme, the clip of Dean backing out of the pool jump and leaving Caelynn to leap into the water alone plays under the caption "This is why women have trust issues."

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        Caelynn saw the meme and was apparently like, "YUP. THIS," because she shared it to her own Instagram Story with no extra caption because, honestly, none is needed:

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