Bill Goldsmith slams his fellow reality tv stars in bizarre rant
He doesn't hold back!
Bill Goldsmith has slammed everything about reality TV as "dishonest" and unleashed a bizarre attack on his ex Bachelor in Paradise co-stars for being "fake".
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During a rant on his Instagram, the 32-year-old, who appeared on last season's Bachelor in Paradise and Ali Oetjen's season of The Bachelorette, didn't hold back as he seemingly addressed anyone and everyone who has appeared on a reality TV show.
"To all you fake a**e reality TV stars! Instead of trying to sell stories and information to the media, why don't you get a proper job?" he said.
He then continued: "I mean where's the job satisfaction in all that dishonest bulls**t? 'Reality TV' isn't a career, like you're going to put that on your resume are you?"
Bill is salty about the way he was portrayed on screen
The ex reality TV star added: "Haha. Grow up, work hard, head down a**e up and make something of yourself.
"Stop trying to be relevant, you are all the flavour of the month and when the next lot come through, no one cares about you anymore," he went on.
He finally concluded: "That industry is run on lies and egotistic bulls**t."
Bill and Alex Nation were together on Bachelor in Paradise
Bill's bizarre rant comes after the air conditioning mechanic found fame via reality TV, and has since gone on to work as a part-time social media influencer where he promotes clothing companies.
Catching up with this guy fresh off @bacheloretteau Compared experiences, told him to not take shit from @channel10au and @warnerbrosentertainment as they are both big corporations who try and bully its "workers" into doing what they want. They are full of empty threats, not in the history of Australian reality tv have they ever taken anyone to court for breaching their contract. Without people like us who they portray as whatever " characters" they want, there is no "realty tv" shows. In fact Im going to go out on a limb here and assume that they leak stories themselves on their contestants to create publicity for their shows @bacheloretteau @bachelorinparadiseau @thebachelorau All used to be about finding "love" As of late they have one couple that's stayed together from the past four shows. In my opinion it's more about the drama than ever before to rival @mafs And @loveislandau Not having much luck 🍀 😂 #bacheloretteau #noluck #bigcorporations #wankers #nosupport #noshow #characters #loadofshit #bacheloretteparty #bachelorinparadiseau #thebachelorau #gofuckyourself #emptythreats #nolove #onecouple #fromfourshows #tomuch #drama #truthhurts #allaboutmoney #notlove
Meanwhile, last week, Bill shared a snap of himself with fellow reality star Jamie Doran and it was clear he's been affected by his portrayal as the villain on certain shows.
He captioned the snap: "[We] Compared experiences, told him to not take s**t from Channel 10 and Warner Bros. as they are both big corporations who try and bully its 'workers' into doing what they want."