It appears "The Bachelorette" ex-couple Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray's split was not amicable.

The pair were sub-tweeting and throwing shade at each other on Friday, according to Us Weekly.

Murray first tweeted about his social media accounts' passwords, saying, "Having to change all my passwords because someone keeps logging into my social media accounts. SMH."

Less than 10 minutes later, Dorfman posted a message, saying, "Join the club... Got better things to do with my life #blessed."

The indirect back-and-forth between the ex-couple comes a few days after Dorfman's ex-boyfriend and "The Bachelor" alum Juan Galavis dissed her on Twitter.

The former "Bachelorette" tweeted on Monday, "Sad & missing my girls already." Galavis retweeted the post and added, "Its OK" and two crying emojis, according to ABC News.

It is worth noting that Dorfman left "The Bachelor" because she got fed up with how Galavis would always said "It's okay" whenever she tried to communicate with him about their relationship.

Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray announced they were calling off their engagement on Jan. 8, according to E! News.

"After several months of being engaged and working on our relationship, we have decided that it's best for both of us to go our separate ways," the pair said in a statement. "We are very sad that it has come to this point, but this is what's best for both of us individually."

The statement continued, "We will continue to be good friends and have nothing but great things to say about each other and wish each other the best."

The split came as a shock to fans of the show and the couple as they even went to the premiere of the 19th season of "The Bachelor" a few days before they announced their breakup.

The reality show's host Chris Harrison weighed in on Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray's split in an interview with Ryan Seacrest, saying, "I knew things were a little off. They were being a little awkward and weird."

When asked how he felt when he heard of the news, Harrison said, "A) I was shocked and B) I was a little disappointed because I wish they just said something to me." 

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