Abhishek “Shake” Chatterjee stirred up a lot of trouble for himself in Love is Blind season 2. The show is not perfect nor are the contestants. It is the peak red flag TV at the moment, but despite so many flawed individuals, it is Shake that received most of the hate.
His extremely shallow personality turned off everyone, even the hosts who put him on the hot seat during the reunion episode. After all the backlash, it seems the vet is trying to do some damage control.
He posted a clip from his E! News interview where he is asked whether love is blind to him? The same question that landed him in hot waters. He had famously said that love is partially blind and physical appearance is important to him.
Here Shake’s reply was an instant no. But then he took charge of the interview and changed its course. He pulled his shirt down to reveal his new tattoo: Is love enough? Answering his own question he said, “There’s more than love – there’s stability, there’s liability, there’s trust, there’s communication. Because we talk about love as if it’s the end-all be-all and, frankly, it’s not. It’s really not, in my opinion.”
What inspired Shake’s tattoo?
Shake candidly shared that he saw this quote on a friend’s sweatshirt. “Honestly, I saw this statement on a friend’s hoody and I became fixated on it.”
After receiving widespread backlash for his comments on Deepti, he posted an apology clip on Instagram. There he claimed Deepti was his best friend and he cherished every moment with her on Love is Blind season 2.
Love is Blind star’s mother was ashamed of his antics
Well, maybe his mother’s words had an effect on him, and he’s turning for the better. Shake’s own mother disapproved of his behavior on the show. “Being very frank, I’m very much identifying with her right now more than you. She could find someone who absolutely loves her the way she is. She’s a wonderful person. She doesn’t deserve someone who gives her even half a percent less,” she had said.
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