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On June 1 the TV personality tweeted: 'No, of course we didn’t know about the offensive tweets from Lee’s account.None of us were aware of them Very unfortunate.'After the backlash on Tuesday night Leah has now deleted her Twitter and switched her Instagram account to private.There is a reason for this.” Referring to Hillary Clinton and O. Simpson, another tweet reads, “Hillary is the millennial’s version of O.Bachelor alum Leah Block was slammed on Monday night for posting a tone deaf tweet about the current season of The Bachelorette.Lee, a Nashville-based singer-songwriter, posted some now-deleted racist comments on his Twitter account prior to going on The Bachelorette.He once tweeted: 'What’s the difference between the NAACP and the KKK? One has the sense of shame to cover their racist ass faces'He also reportedly once shared an article titled 'Thousands sign petition to recognize #black Lives Matter as terrorist group after Dallas.' In 2016, he allegedly tweeted, 'I don’t hate Muslims, I do hate Islam.'The show's host Chris Harrison spoke out after the tweets were uncovered saying that the franchise wasn't aware of Lee's posts until media reports surfaced.Though his Twitter account is private, his self-written bio describes himself as “pleasantly offensive.” Garrett’s alleged tweets — which were posted by a Twitter user on Tuesday evening — were posted in 20.In one of the tweets, the contestant appears to support deeming Black Lives Matter as a “terrorist group,” while in another, he supposedly asks, “When is the last time you actually saw a pretty feminist?

A screengrab showed a message from Twitter user, who writes under the name 'Tosh', that read: '[If] she was lighter, she'd be fire'Mimi's reply has attracted hundreds of supportive comments, over 20,000 re-tweets and more than 56,000 likes.

Wait for it…One has the sense of shame to cover their racist a– faces.” ABC declined to comment.

When approached by that the network only learned about the tweets when they were approached by the media on Wednesday, and had no prior knowledge of their existence, despite background checks for contestants who go through a vetting process when being cast on the reality show.

She told Buzz Feed News: 'Now I feel like I have a platform which I want to use to talk about things like that and give advice to other dark skin women who are going through similar situations and probably blaming themselves for it...

I actually wanted people to see that colorism is still real.'Mimi said the comment demonstrates why some women are not confident about their appearance.