No, Juan Pablo, es not OK!
Nikki Ferrell broke down on Wednesday's episode of VH1's Couples Therapy.
And here's the shocker — or not. She had a meltdown because her The Bachelor boyfriend, Juan Pablo Galavis, who never stopped saying "Es OK" during season 18 of the ABC series in his native Venezuelan accent, refused to say he loves her.
On the After the Final Rose finale in March, Galavis said, "I like you," in response to her declaration of love and has yet to say those three words to the 26-year-old pediatric nurse.
"I feel like why give someone 100 percent, if they're not giving you 100 percent?" Ferrell, 27, cried to her therapist, Dr. Jenn Berman, and her fellow housemates.
"I still feel like he's holding back… If I'm always gonna have this feeling like I'm always waiting for him to choose me, the relationship is not gonna work. I feel like he could up and leave from this relationship at any time, and he'll be completely fine with it," she lamented.
While HATERS talk, we CHILL / Mientras los que ODIAN hablan, nosotros VACILAMOS ...
JPab responded to her tirade, "She wants to hear I love you. It's a word issue. It's a feeling. It's a word. I feel like I cannot be without her… She wants to hear 'I love you.' To me it kind of sucks that just three words will make her feel 100 percent confident.
"If I say it, I mean it," he insisted.
— Juan Pablo Galavis™ (@JuanPaGalavis) October 9, 2014
Time will TELL... The WHOLE process is TOUGH, so DON'T make your conclussions that QUICK... There is like 6 episodes LEFT... #CouplesTherapy
— Juan Pablo Galavis™ (@JuanPaGalavis) October 2, 2014
"Do you love Nikki?" an apparent expert on lying and deception on the show asked Galavis point blank.
"I can say, 'Yeah, I'm falling for her big time,'" he said. "Do I love her, as to tell her, 'I love you?' No."
— Zap2it (@Zap2it) October 9, 2014
Yeah, I bet that went over well.
I'm not going to say it, but I bet you can guess what I'm thinking.