Lee Garrett's previous social media posts are making rounds online two weeks after his journey on "The Bachelorette" began. The 30-year-old singer and songwriter is among the 31 hopefuls for the latest installment of the popular dating program.

A season of firsts

"The Bachelorette" season 13, which premiered on May 22, is said to be "a season of firsts" for having an African-American lead for the first time since the show debuted in 2003. In fact, the 32-year-old lawyer from Texas revealed her engagement with one of her suitors before the show even started.

Her announcement came as a shocker as leads are not allowed to disclose their relationship status in the course of the show.

Although Lindsay and her fiancé will have to wait until this season concludes before they can actually go public about their romance, the leading lady was relieved after speaking her heart out. She, however, admitted that hiding her relationship with the mystery guy has never been easy.

'Get the f--k out!'

Lindsay continued to surprise the viewers with her colorful personality on "The Bachelorette." During the second episode, the female attorney confronted DeMario Jackson for lying about his relationship with a certain Lexi. In fact, the lead personally asked her suitor about the real deal between him and the woman who claimed to be his girlfriend.

DeMario initially denied he knew Lexi, but in the midst of growing tension, he admitted his sexual affair with the woman. The contestant, however, insisted that he has ended his relationship with Lexi even before the show started.

Lexi, on the other hand, denied this and stated that DeMario still holds the keys to her apartment.

She added that something happened between them during their last meeting. After hearing both sides, Lindsay addressed DeMario and told him to "get the f--k out."

'Get a dog, boys!'

After that shocking confrontation on TV, another "The Bachelorette" contestant is causing outrage among the public for his previous social media posts which were deemed racist and sexist.

Lee, who claimed to be a "pleaser" and "romantic," said guys should get themselves a dog instead of dating women.

In another tweet, the 30-year-old musician targeted Black Lives Matter (BLM), an African-American movement that condemns violence and racism against the black community. "What's the difference between the NAACP and the KKK?" Lee asked in another tweet. "One has a sense of shame to cover their racist a-s faces."

The contestant has set his account to private after receiving a surge of hate comments for his previous remarks about women and black people.

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