September 22, 2023
Tayshia & Ivan Reflect On Black Lives Matter | The Bachelorette



& Ivan open up during an emotional one-on-one, and realize they have more in common than they thought. ➤ Subscribe …

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37 thoughts on “Tayshia & Ivan Reflect On Black Lives Matter | The Bachelorette

  1. Not my type! She can't touch me! Guys, wake up and smell the coffee. You really want to spend the rest of your life with her? 🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎈🎈🇦🇪🇦🇪🇦🇪🇦🇪

  2. I can relate to her fighting back the tears and being at a loss for words because of this discrimination. Ivan is such a strong pillar. He shed his tears and was there for her when she shed hers. These are those moments were it goes beyond physical and you can start envisioning a future with a person cause wow, it's the support and vulnerability for me.

  3. He’s such a great guy. He’s so mature and well-spoken. You can tell he has done the work. I genuinely wish him nothing but the best in this life and I know he deserves an incredible woman. I hope he’s doing well.

  4. Ivan is sweet and kind and mature. If she doesn’t want drama, then it’s telling the guys, “don’t be yourself” but pretend you’re something you’re not and will end up if married to one, will later find out and be disappointed. Let them show their true self so you can eliminate those with traits you’re not into.

  5. This is such a great conversation that was needed, and something that they could relate too. Which is good. But at the same time I feel like this was more a of a friendly vulnerable convo. Rather a romantic or feelings convo. Idk just something I noticed.

  6. Notice how he's the one guy she's genuinely opened up to. The rest are inverted with the men just dumping their baggage out their in emotional spurts. Ivan is, sweet, reassuring, listens, he's being a man. There's a fit here. May not have the on-camera romantic spiel but this would be her best bet out of the lot.

  7. Plot twist: Tayshia didn't find it "Tough" to be a minority, she found it tough to relate to the real problems minorities have and she has it pretty good.

  8. It affects you because your biracial like me and we feel so much of this issue because we are apart of both sides but yet we have this deep emotional attachment to the pain of our ancestors. That’s how i feel.

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