Oh, the pressure. Imagine signing up to put your dating life on display and then crying about it later. It seems as though The Bachelorette’s Rachel Lindsay is feeling the “pressure” as the show’s first black woman to be wookin pa nub in all the wrong places.
At this point, we know the power of black Twitter. We set trends, we get folks fired and we are side-crampingly hilarious. So we figured, why don’t we dig into the black Twitter crates each week and serve up the best and messiest 140 characters we can find? Bonus: These tweets are usually about the most trifling and…
Lee Garrett describes himself as a Nashville country singer, and during his first few scenes on The Bachelorette, he seemed at least a little “normal” compared to the “Whaboom” dude, Lucas. But whereas Whaboom dude may be a total douche, it looks as though Garrett is possibly a total racist.
It’s always that one person with the loudest mouth who eventually proves he’s a sack of lying crap. And during Sunday night’s episode of The Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay gave one would-be suitor a simple, “Get the fuck out.” This is a spoiler alert for those easily offended by spoilers.
Although The Bachelorette is just getting started on television, Rachel Lindsay, the show’s first black Bachelorette, says she’s found her dream man, thanks to the show.
Black America, we have our first Bachelorette! She’s gorgeous, highly accomplished, decidedly brown-skinned and likely pissing off a huge swath of Trump voters (woot, woot!). But spoiler alert (among several): If you’re expecting a season full of scenic montages glorifying black love, she’s also likely to disappoint…
On Monday night, Rachel Lindsay was thrown a curveball at the end of The Bachelor and was surprised by the show when the host told her The Bachelorette would begin immediately.
For years, many people have wondered when there would be a black bachelor or bachelorette on ABC’s popular dating show. Well, probably not many people. But just in case you’re one of those who were wondering, meet 31-year-old attorney Rachel Lindsay, the first black woman to be cast as the next bachelorette.