Things got pretty tense on The Bachelorette: Men Tell All when all of the men told Lee that he's racist. It, infamously, came out after the season started that Lee had sent some sexist and racist tweets, including one where he compared the NAACP to the KKK. So many of the guys had questions for Lee, and Josiah asked the one question that's been on everyone's minds. Josiah came and sat next to Lee on the couch, opposite Chris Harrison, and asked, "If you're comparing them (NAACP) to the KKK, people who hung my ancestors, why are you trying to date a woman who looks like me?"
Lee stuttered and stammered his way through the evening, offering up a lot of half-hearted apologies. But the guys weren't going to let him get off that easily. Dean pointed out that Lee's apologies were coming a little too late, saying, "The timing makes sense for you now, but you should have done this sh*t two months ago." Instead of just admitting that what he tweeted was racist and sexist, Lee skirted the issue and said things like, "I did not intend for it to come out the way that it did."
In the end, the guys finally got the apology they wanted out of Lee, and he admitted that his tweet was racist. He even hugged it out with Kenny, who was the guy he fought with the most on the show. And after the guys said their piece, Rachel came out and had an offer for Lee. Rachel told him, "Please know that you can exit stage left and meet me backstage, and I'd be more than happy to give you a Black History lesson, a lesson on women's rights! You know what I'm saying?