‘Bachelorette’ contestant Lee Garrett under flame for social media posts

The latest Bachelorette probably isn’t giving a rose to one controversial contestant vying for her hand.

Rachel Lindsay is the first African-American bachelorette, and it turns out one of her suitors, Lee Garrett, has some tweets in his past that some deem racist, sexist, and homophobic.

In one 2016 post on his account, that has since been built private, Garret wrote: After all this gay community talk, all these rainbow flags instead of American, when it comes to the He continued the post on Facebook, as Twitter has a character counting limit.

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While all of his accounts are now private, a user managed to screenshot some of his posts.

Additionally, Garrett penned on July 9, 2016, Thousands sign petition to recognize #BlackLivesMatter as a terrorist group after Dallas.

The social mediaverse chimed in calling Garrett an atrocious human being and Knew he was trash from the promos where reference is said he would have problems with some guys bc he was the only “country guy.

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Some called into question ABCs casting choice.

One user wrote alluded, the network purposely opted Garrett to play the role of the bad boy.

You know that was probably half the reason he’s on the depict. He’s suddenly become the ultimate bad guy.

Another concurred, Pretty sure that’s why he was casted.

Fox News reached out to Garrett but did not receive commentary. ABC and Warren Bros. did not comment.

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