After Wednesday evening’s premiere episode of The Challenge: Double Agents aired, many cast members took to social media to share their ideas and recap the episode. One cast member specifically didn’t maintain again and slammed a number of co-stars on social media, calling their actions “weak, insecure, jealous, & scared.” This article comprises some spoilers for the primary episode of the season so if you have not seen the episode and need to keep away from spoilers, don’t learn any additional.
On December 10, longtime Challenge competitor and two-time champion Wes Bergmann took to Twitter to slam his fellow cast members, saying: “I’ve acquired a complete of 5 apologies for the weak, insecure, jealous, & scared actions of my buddies in final evening’s episodes. I’ve recorded, display grabbed, and documented every one in every of them.” He mentioned he’d be going into element about every dialog on his Patreon however shared an “appetizer,” a collection of personal messages between him and Aneesa Ferreira.
During the episode, Aneesa received the each day problem and alongside along with her chosen accomplice, Fessy Shafaat, voted Wes and his accomplice Natalie Anderson into the elimination. The home had voted for Chris “CT” Tamburello and Ashley Mitchell in a stunning transfer focusing on former Challenge champions.
In Private Messages With Aneesa, Wes Spoke Out About Her ‘Heinous’ Comments in Her Private Confessional Interview
On his Patreon, Wes opened up about how troublesome the episode had been to look at as a result of quite a lot of cast members who he received together with had been saying detrimental issues about him. It seems from Wes’ screenshots that Aneesa reached out to him to apologize after the episode aired, saying: “I needed to do what I believed was crucial within the sport, but it surely did not really feel good.”
She continued, “I do love and care about you and your nicely being. Watching it again positively made me a bit anxious about the entire thing, however what’s executed is finished and hopefully you do not take it [as] personally because it got here off.” Wes responded to that message partially:
I recognize the apology. But I already received on in particular person. We’re good. I want a while to heal. Cus you are not the one buddy who mentioned pointless bullshit about my character of their interview. Which is the one place individuals have the braveness to take action, as a result of they’d look silly saying that shit to my face… cus it is all lies, insecurity & jealousy.
Wes additionally informed Aneesa that she ought to publicly say that he has by no means been disloyal to her and that she determined to ship him in as a result of she “fell for the mob’s branding of him and wished to make a giant transfer.” He mentioned she must also add that she “mentioned some heinous issues” in her non-public confessional “out of insecurity” and to “try to validate” her points with herself.
Aneesa replied that she would not be doing that and it was a stretch to say that she has inner points with herself. Wes didn’t maintain again in his response and informed her, “There’s no different rationalization for why an angel can be speaking like that about her decade lengthy buddy… except she was projecting her emotions about herself on to him.” At that time, it seems that Aneesa ended the dialog, telling Wes to “have day.”
Several Competitors on ‘The Challenge: Double Agents’ Shared Their Thoughts About Wes During the first Episode
On the show’s first episode, a number of of the opponents spoke about Wes both with different opponents or of their non-public confessionals. In one scene within the membership, Kaycee Clark is heard telling Amber Borzotra, “I like Natalie however she aligned with Wes, the enemy of our group.”
Theresa Jones, who was partnered with Wes on Battle of the Exes II, mentioned in her confessional: “I do not assume Natalie is aware of what she’s moving into partnering up with Wes. He shouldn’t be reliable and politically too concerned.”
After selecting to vote in Wes and Natalie, Aneesa says in her confessional, “Wes and Natalie are a powerful group however Wes has been recognized to be a sneaky, mendacity piece of s***.”
At the top of the episode, when Natalie is informed she will select to stick with Wes or select one other male accomplice, Leroy says in his confessional, “Natalie, in case you are sensible, run far far-off from Wes as a result of he’s going to set you on fireplace.” Leroy’s remark was shocking as he admitted in a pre-season YouTube video that he’d reached out to Wes earlier than the season to work collectively.