What Can We Learn From Bachelorette Villain Lee Garret's Music?

Every Bachelorette season needs a villain, and Rachel Lindsay's cycle has found one in Lee Garrett. The Nashville resident has attacked both Black Lives Matter and the feminist movement on Twitter. He's more obsessed with playing strange mind games with fellow contestant Kenny King than speaking to Bachelorette Rachel. And he looks exactly like the bad guy in the Fifth Element — I will not hear otherwise.
But, Lee isn't just a professional social media troll, race-baiter, and reality TV star. No, he's also a country singer-songwriter. Since country music tends to be one of the most personal and autobiographical genres, it stands to reason we can learn a lot about Lee from his music. Especially since he spends much more Bachelorette screen time talking about Kenny than himself. So, we unearthed what appears to be Lee's old MySpace music page and investigated everything the site has to offer.
Scroll through the gallery for analysis on all the unexpected details on Lee. He digs deep on everything from his scandalous romantic past to an apparent need to black out as soon as possible.

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