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About keeping the controversial contestant on for six episodes, and watching him pick fights with several black contestants, Lindsay took to Twitter to say: "I may not see everything and I may do things on my own time..I keep my grass cut low so the snakes will show." Earlier this season, Lindsay's stress from the drama in the house, coupled with the pressure of being the first black Bachelorette, led to a tearful breakdown.
"I get pressure from so many ways being in this position," she said through tears.
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“Everyone may make this an issue, but for you it doesn't matter, and for me it doesn't matter,” she told her now ex-boyfriend.
Viall had never seriously dated a black woman before her and Lindsay never brought home a white man before him.
The revealing conversations about interracial dating happened during a multi-episode arc that played out several verbal fights between a black and a white contestant, stemming from the use of the word "aggressive" and its racially charged connotation.
Both of the men, Kenny King and Lee Garrett — the latter was also the subject of racist unearthed texts — in the alleged "race card" dispute were eliminated Tuesday.
He is also the same contestant who used the tone-deaf pickup line "I'm ready to go black and I'm never going to go back" when they first met, though Lindsay later told him she found it to be funny. Bigger and Gaskins later added to that tally on Tuesday's episode, but the night also saw Lindsay eliminate four black men in her six eliminations, leaving Bigger as the only black man of the six remaining. He replied by telling her that his family is very open.
"I just needed to know his thought process and realize that not everybody might be as accepting of our relationship as we are," Lindsay had explained.
"I needed to know if they were strong enough to handle that and how they thought about it or if they thought about it." star Nick Viall home to Dallas, Texas to meet the Lindsay family.
ABC will either have its first interracial couple or its first black winner.
She offered this tease about him: He is "confident, direct, self-aware, [has] a sense of humor, great smile, knows what he wants as far as the same things that I want — a marriage and a family."In my final decision, I just went with my heart and the person I found my forever with," she said after production wrapped.