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Pictured: The “Bachelorette” star Rachel Lindsay attending the Sports Illustrated 2017 Fashionable 50 Celebration at Avenue in Los Angeles on July 18, 2017. Getty Images/Michael Kovac

“Bachelorette” star Rachel Lindsay is not pleased with DeMario Jackson’s comment on her preference with men, so she took to social media to clap back at the controversial “Bachelor in Paradise” cast member.

On Tuesday, Lindsay wrote a comment on The E&G Podcast’s Instagram post promoting Jackson’s appearance on the show. The reality star pointed out in her comment that Jackson is not one to talk about partner race preference, since he has also dated a white woman, Lexi Thexton. She also noted that if anything, the “BIP” star does not know her at all. “DeMario never knew me and still doesn’t,” she wrote.

Lindsay’s post was her response to Jackson’s claims that from the very beginning, he knew he didn’t stand a chance of winning the dating show because the titular bachelorette preferred white men.

“I was only there for the two weeks in the house,” Jackson was quoted as saying by Us Weekly. “From the beginning you knew that she was attracted to white men. You knew that. No disrespect, you just knew. She had that vibe.”

Jackson went as far as saying how all of the guys on the show correctly predicted the outcome of Lindsay’s season. “From night one, we all set down, all the guys and I said, ‘They’re going to have a black representative, either myself or Eric, and they’re going to have Dean, Peter and Brian as the final four.’ We all caught that,” he said.

Additionally, Jackson cited an example to prove his point. “There were times in the episodes where you could just tell that she just wasn’t interested in any of the black guys,” he said. “I remember one specific episode where she had her one-on-one with Kenny [Layne], and Kenny was telling her about his daughter and she’s just sitting there with this unbothered look. And then you see her talk to Dean and she’s just like, head over heels. You can kind of tell.”

He also claimed that Lindsay was giving off a different vibe during the filming of the series compared to how she was portrayed in the aired episodes. “What is portrayed out here is this sweet, nice, caring, compassionate girl, but it was like, the total opposite,” he said.

Lindsay is currently engaged to Bryan Abasolo after choosing him over Peter Kraus and runner-up Eric Bigger in the finale of the “Bachelorette,” as per Daily Mail.