Lucas Yancey left “The Bachelorette” with a whaboom in Season 13, episode 3 after a feud broke out between him and co-star Blake E. The WHERE native reacted to Monday’s episode on Instagram, proving to his critics that there’s more to him than a questionable tagline.

Lucas appeared in a video, singing Anna Kendrick’s “You’re Gonna Miss Me (Cups).” He delved into what he believed to be the reason for his elimination, citing “‘obsessive dude’ reasons,’” adding that he wasn’t going to let his “Bachelorette” critics stop him from being himself. Lucas called his time on the show “a great journey,” sharing a special wish for star Rachel Lindsay before revealing that he planned to donate all proceeds from whaboom t-shirts to charity.

Lucas was one of four “Bachelorette” Season 13 guys eliminated in episode 3. He and Blake E. were sent home after spending most of the episode feuding. Blake E. repeatedly suggested that Lucas was there for his own agenda, while Lucas maintained that wasn’t the case.

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The aspiring comedian, dubbed the whaboom guy by Bachelor Nation, opened up to Rachel about their issues during Monday’s show. He shared a strange story, in which he alleged that he awoke one night to Blake E. standing over him while eating a banana in the middle of the night. Blake E. denied that claim and, following his elimination, confronted Lucas outside the “Bachelorette” mansion.

He blamed Lucas for dragging him into drama he didn’t want to be involved in and getting him axed with him. Blake E. called Lucas a washed up comedian whom he said had no concept of funny. Lucas took the confrontation in stride, but wasn’t overly amused.

Lucas and Blake E. weren’t the only members of the “Bachelorette” cast sent packing during the third episode. Jamey joined them in being eliminated early in the show during a rose ceremony. Later in the episode, Frederick, who knew Rachel from childhood, was sent home after joining her and several other suitors, including two of her rumored top three, on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

A villain finally emerged in episode 3 of “The Bachelorette.” Many fans weren’t surprised to learn that Lee, whom fans learned early on had some seriously questionable views on race, women’s rights and more, was going to be at the center of several conflicts in Season 13. During Monday’s episode, he took aim at Eric as he struggled to figure out where he stood with Rachel. He’ll also seem to have it out with both Kenny and Will in episode 4.

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A preview for the episode suggests race will take center stage on the show. In a clip for next week’s “Bachelorette,” Will’s shown explaining to Lee that calling his black co-stars “aggressive” carries a lot of weight in today’s political climate. Lee’s reaction to the confrontation isn’t shown, but it appears things between him and Kenny will get pretty intense.

The situation will have a profound effect on Rachel, who’s shown crying in the “Bachelorette” preview. The reality star has been adamant that she’s willing to discuss race on the show, but didn’t want it to be central to the show’s plot. You’ll just have to tune in to find out how the drama unfolds.

“The Bachelorette” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.