It doesn't work, but it would be horrifying if it did.
And it's even more horrifying knowing the producers included this man to stir up reality show drama.
Lee does this in several ways, like by trying to get Will to call Kenny aggressive, ignoring the racial context and his own insistent aggressive acts towards Kenny.
He also tries to win Rachel over by poisoning her view of Kenny.
You can imagine the line "I can't be racist; my girlfriend is black" would be very valuable to a person of similar character as well.
Sadly, as a black woman, coming across men like Lee isn't uncommon.
Lee most likely thinks his opinions on Black Lives Matter are totally warranted and aren't evidence that he hates black people at all.
Lee notably tries to come off with an air of politeness by not raising his voice when he says something offensive to Kenny or acting nice to other black men in the house while targeting another to excuse to his racist behavior.
She acted perfectly fine with it, and even referred to it as line.
This awkward sexualization isn't uncommon for black women in the dating world, and neither are the other racist undertones of the season.
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