It has been weeks since Bachelorette 2016 JoJo Fletcher revealed her choice during the Final Rose ceremony. JoJo accepted Jordan Rodgers’ proposal and the two has been inseparable since. However, rumours mentioned that the two have already split. Reports revealed that the two are just “faking” their relationship.

Before The Bachelorette 2016 aired, JoJo had already selected the man who won her heart. But of course, avid fans of the show had to wait for weeks before the big revelation. Since the season began, popular blog Reality Steve teased that Jordan Rodgers will emerge as winner. However, there were speculations that the blog site could be wrong. According to earlier reports, JoJo Fletcher chose Jordan but eventually dumped him.

Currently, reports revealed that the two might look happy but they’re just “faking” it. They’re only doing it for money and fame, Life and Style Magazine reported.

An insider told the site, “They’ve agreed to stay together for at least a year and transform their relationship into a business deal. Endorsement deals are already coming their way, and JoJo and Jordan are going to milk it while they can.”

The site noted that Bachelor 2016 Ben Higgins and his soon-to-be-wife Lauren Bushnell has an upcoming reality show of their now. It seems JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers will meet their success in the entertainment business too as a couple.

Shortly after the finale, JoJo and Jordan revealed the hardest part of being in a relationship like theirs. JoJo mentioned that people’s comments really hurt her. Some fans were not quite happy on her choice. They claimed that Jordan’s love for her is just for the show.

Meanwhile, former Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise star Chad Johnson had something to say about the two. Chad admitted that he also thinks the couple won’t tie the knot.

“We’ll see how long that lasts. It will last until the money dies off, then it will fizzle out,” he told Extra TV

Do you think Bachelorette 2016 JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are faking their relationship?