‘Bachelorette: Men Tell All’ Sparks Heated Debates Among Rachel Lindsay’s Suitors

THE BACHELORETTE - "The Men Tell All" - It's an exciting, unpredictable reunion viewers won't want to miss as the most memorable bachelors from this season - including Adam, Alex, Dean, DeMario, Fred, Iggy, Jack Stone, Jonathan, Josiah, Kenny, Lee, Lucas, Matt and Will - return to confront each other and Rachel one last time on national television to dish the dirt and tell their side of the story. A look back at the most memorable moments in "The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All" history is presented. Finally, as the clock ticks down on Rachel's journey to find love, an up-close-and-personal look at her final three guys, on "The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All," MONDAY, JULY 31 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Paul Hebert) DEAN, JAMEY, ADAM, KENNETH, KENNY, BRADY, IGGY, MATTHEW, ANTHONY, WILL, LUCAS, JOSIAH, FRED, DEMARIO, JACK, ALEX, JONATHAN

Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay‘s suitors are holding a grudge after being sent home by the season 13 lead. It’s not Rachel, however, that has them reeling… The gents are still angry with each other.

In a new trio of previews for the upcoming “Men Tell All” special, set to air Monday, July 31, tempers flare as the castaway suitors confront each other over false accusations, racial slurs and irate self-proclaimed jokesters.

In the first clip, Lucas Yancey (aka whaboom guy) sparks a dispute by calling the other men “a joke.” Clearly not open to being chastised by Iggy Rodriguez and several others, Lucas fires back, even telling Dean Unglert to “shut up.”

Next, Adam Gottschalk recalls Lee Garrett‘s accusations of Kenny King‘s alleged violence during his time on the show. “I was taken aback by a lot of the things that Lee was doing,” Adam says before describing a particularly puzzling confrontation during the cocktail party in Hilton Head.

Anthony Battle takes the grievance with Lee a step further by encouraging Lee to acknowledge the “invisible racism in [his] mind.” Anthony recognizes that the prejudice may be unintentional, “but I think it may still be motivating your actions,” he explains. “Racism that is ingrained in your behavior to the point of invisibility is still pushing you to behave in a certain way towards Kenny, towards Eric [Bigger], [and] towards me in a way that you don’t even recognize.”

Anthony receives a standing ovation from the men, but will Lee apologize? Find out on The Bachelorette: Men Tell All, airing Monday, July 31, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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