Historic 13th Season Of “The Bachelorette” Marred By Contestant’s Offensive Tweets
The historic season of “The Bachelorette” is definitely off to a messy start. 31-year-old Nashville singer/songwriter Lee Garrett, one of the many men competing for the chance to win the affections of attorney banger Rachel Lindsay had his old tweets exposed by EA Sports video game producer Erika Esola-Imburgio, who questioned why ABC’s vetting process didn’t weed out England for his offensive comments. The tweets from 2015 and 2016 take aim at feminists, gays, Hillary Clinton, Islam, and Black Lives Matters…
Considering contestants of the show have to be run through background checks, Esola-Imburgio questioned if Garrett was planted to be a isht-starter for ratings…
In the meantime, Garrett’s accounts (he refers to himself as “pleasantly offensive” in his bios) have been turned to private since the offensive tweets were exposed.Embed from Getty Images
So far no word from ABC or “The Bachelorette” production studio Warner Horizon Television on the controversy.
Do you think this is something the network missed when picking contestants or do you think they planted Garrett? Also, have you been watching this show or nah?