Rachel Lindsay Returns to Instagram With an Uplifting Publish Following Bachelor Harassment

Rachel Lindsay Returns to Instagram With an Uplifting Post Following

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Rachel Lindsay is spreading positivity as she returns to Instagram. Every week after deactivating her account due to harassment and hate from Bachelor followers, the previous Bachelorette returned to the social media platform with a handful of uplifting posts. Alongside a photograph of sunflowers, Rachel wrote, “I need to be like a sunflower in order that even on the darkest days I’ll stand tall and discover the daylight.” The publish was met with a handful of candy messages from former Bachelor Nation stars, together with Kaitlyn Bristowe, who wrote, “You at all times do ❤️❤️❤️❤️” Rachel additionally shared a video of her climbing in LA on her Instagram Tales with the caption, “Good vibes solely.”

Rachel beforehand deleted her Instagram account on Feb. 26, after getting harassed by Bachelor followers amid her Further interview with Chris Harrison, the place he defended Bachelor contestant (and rumored frontrunner) Rachael Kirkconnell’s controversial social media exercise. Rachel’s Larger Studying podcast cohost Van Lathan later confirmed her deactivation on social media, writing, “She did it as a result of that is how a lot hate she’s getting from Bachelor followers, who’re spamming her with all types of impolite, hateful issues to say.”

For the reason that authentic interview aired, Chris has introduced that he can be “stepping apart” from the franchise in the intervening time. The upcoming “After the Remaining Rose” particular will now be hosted by former NFL participant Emmanuel Acho.

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