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Bachelorette's Drunk Ryan embarrassingly tries to defend his rape comment

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The Bachelorette's Drunk Ryan proves he isn't just drunk — he's also a complete jerk

OMG, Drunk Ryan, why won't you stop? The "comedian"/actor was kicked off The Bachelorette practically before it even began, but he's still not done torturing us with his existence.

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Drunk Ryan, officially known as Ryan McDill, had a rocky start and prompt exit from The Bachelorette's premiere. In the limited time he was there, he got super drunk and slapped Bachelorette, Kaitlyn Bristowe, on the rear end and, surprisingly enough, that was only the beginning of his transgressions. From there, he went on to strip, referred to the show as the "gay Bachelor" and boldly asked another of the bachelors, "Why am I not raping you right now?"

His antics landed him off the show nearly immediately and we really thought, hoped and prayed that would be the last we'd see of him. Sadly, the joke was on us. The comedian is still trolling for laughs by chatting with TMZ about his time on the show. He told the papz network that, yes, he was obliterated but he still knew what he was doing.

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Worse yet, he claims the rape joke wasn't actually a joke at all. He claims he was legitimately trying to imply he'd destroy the other guy. Destroy how, though? Was he actually attracted to him and having a hard time expressing himself in a grown-up fashion? Or was he threatening him? Either way, it's inexcusable... we're just morbidly curious.

Finally, he told TMZ people were too sensitive about his jokes and time on the show. "People need to get off their high horse. It was awesome and entertaining," he said.

Uh, no, dude. Your idea of entertaining is clearly not the same at the rest of the world's, but with your crude idea of "humor" and history of hostility towards your peers, best of luck booking a comedy gig or an acting role. Ugh.

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