Rachel Lindsay deleted his Instagram after being harassed by a bachelor.
In the ongoing discussions surrounding the racism of the ABC series and Chris Harrison’s exit from the show, Lindsay’s “Higher Education” podcast co-host Van Lathan announced that she would Five disabled his account on social media platforms.
He said in an Instagram video: “She did this because this is the hatred she got from the’bachelor’ fans, who used all kinds of rude and abominable words to spam her.”
He added: “You all have to live a pretentious life. Seriously.”
Earlier this month, Lindsay was the first black “bachelor”
“Five years ago, I saw a picture of her at a sorority meeting, nothing more. This girl is in this book now, she is in this group now, am I really, really?” 49-year-old Harry Sen said to defend the 24-year-old Kirk Cornell. The 35-year-old Lindsay pointed out that this was an “old southern pre-war party.” Harrison replied: “Is it? [not] Does it look good in 2018, or does it look good in 2021? “
After the interview, Harrison issued an apology, acknowledging that he had “continued in a racist manner” and soon announced that he would withdraw from the show.
Lindsay said Harrison made the right decision to leave the team, but Laden said that the strong opposition led her to leave social media.
“Rachel is not responsible for Chris Harrison. Chris Harrison (49-year-old man) will not be able to read the room during this time in 2021. She is not responsible for this.” He said. “It’s not her job to make excuses or cover up people who don’t know the people who trigger f–k in today’s world. It’s not. You’re going to find the wrong person.”
“Rachel, we love you, we are with you,” he concluded.
Kirkconnell, who is currently participating in Matt James’s “The Bachelor” season, also apologized for his past behavior and asked fans to stop defending her this week.
She said: “If you defend me in my comments or anywhere, tell people that I did nothing wrong, nothing to hurt, nothing to be offended or offended, please stop,” she added Say, “That’s not our business. Tell others what they can or cannot offend. Wrong is part of the problem. So please stop saying that I did nothing wrong. This is not true.”
The 29-year-old James also broke his silence last week, saying that knowing these things has been “destructive and heartbreaking.”