rachel lindsay sent DeMario Jackson packing months ago on The Bachelorette,” but she can’t seem to get away from him. Jackson recently talked about ‘The Bachelorette” star’s preferences in men on the E& G podcast, and Rachel is not happy with her former flame’s assessment of what type of guys she’s attracted to.

In the interview, DeMario revealed that while he was only on “The Bachelorette" mansion for three weeks, it was long enough to figure out that Rachel was attracted to white men.

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Jackson said Lindsay had “that vibe,” and early on the guys sat down and said they knew there would be “a black representative” in the final four, most likely DeMario or Eric Bigger.

Jackson said he knew white contestants Dean Unglert, Peter Kraus, and Bryan Abasolo would round out the final four. "From the beginning, you knew that she was attracted to white men,” DeMario dished of Rachel.

‘The Bachelorette’ reacts

Rachel Lindsay, who did, in fact, become engaged to Bryan Abasolo at the end of her season of the ABC franchise, fired back at DeMario’s out of turn comments about her choice in men. According to Us Weekly, Rachel posted her feelings about DeMario's comments on E&G's Instagram page, writing, “Says the guy that dated Lexi. Demario never knew me and still doesn’t."

DeMario downplays his relationship with angry ex

Rachel Lindsay was referring to DeMario’s ex-girlfriend, Lexi Thexton, a white female who showed up during a group basketball date on "The Bachelorette” to inform Rachel that DeMario had some unfinished business with her back home.

Lindsay freaked out on Jackson and sent him packing immediately.

DeMario downplayed his relationship with Lexi, revealing he knew she went to college in Santa Monica but had no idea what she did. Jackson accused his alleged ex of trying to be an actress or something, and he revealed that he had only seen her two times in the daylight.

While DeMario Jackson clearly hasn’t made peace with Rachel Lindsay, he has made peace with Corinne Olympios. Jackson and Olympios were involved in an alleged sex scandal that rocked production of the current season of “Bachelor in Paradise,” but he says he is in a much better place in his life now. In a taped ABC special, Jackson said he bonded with Olympios over their “villain” personas. Jackson also said he had no hard feelings against Corinne, who will explain her side of the story next week on another “Bachelor in Paradise” special.