Loud and clear! Former Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman couldn’t name three nice things about Josh Murray, her ex-fiancé from the reality show, and the shade is so real. The starlet appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andi Cohen on September 25, and was asked by a fan to name a few positive traits about the athlete.

“No,” the 32-year-old simply responded to the viewer-submitted question after contemplating for a few moments. The reality pair got engaged during the finale of season 10 but quickly split after nine months. She didn’t try to hide her negative feelings toward her ex and detailed some crazy allegations against him in her first book, It’s Not Okay. She not only called their romance “the most volatile and f–ked up relationship,” but the starlet also claimed that he called her a “whore.”

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Josh reacted to Andi’s book by calling it “fiction” during his appearance on Bachelor in Paradise. “It saddens me and is very unfortunate that Andi has chosen to characterize me in such a negative way. I pray she finds peace,” he also told Us Weekly about her claims back in May 2016.

This wasn’t his first brush in the reality dating realm. The stud also had a tumultuous relationship with fellow Bachelor Nation alum Amanda Stanton after they got engaged on the beach in Mexico at the end of season 3. “I almost broke up with him while the show was airing and I was going to do After Paradise and be like, ‘We broke up.’ I wanted to keep trying because I kept thinking about our first date on the show and how excited I was about him and I think that’s what made me keep trying,” Amanda told E! following their split in December 2016.

As for Josh, it seems as though his days in the Bachelor dating pool are done. “I’m still on the quest to find Mrs. Right,” Josh exclusively told Life & Style about his relationship status. “I’m not going to rush into getting engaged like I did the previous two times. I really want to get to know the person well and see how they are in real-life situations.”

Welp, good luck!