Rachel Lindsay calls Peter ‘manipulative,’ Reveals Who Should be Bachelor Instead

She’s not done! Rachel Lindsay is throwing some more shade at Bachelorette runner up Peter Kraus.

When Entertainment Tonight‘s Lauren Zima caught up with the newly engaged couple, they talked Peter Kraus and who they think should be the next Bachelor.

Let’s start with why she thought Peter was ‘manipulative’.

“I felt a little bit of manipulation there,” Rachel said of her relationship with Peter.

“I felt like there was a lot of push and pull.” she continued. “And the thing is, when I walked in [the night of the breakup], I knew what I was going to do, and I still kept getting that push and that pull. So it was hard.”

“I think you saw the essence of Peter in that breakup. I think people saw a different side to him they still aren’t ready to accept,” Rachel added.

“I mean, the man told me I was going to have a mediocre life if I wasn’t with him, and then apologized about it. And I’m not. I’m having an amazing life. These last few months have been absolutely amazing.”

She also talked about Peter’s comment on being attacked.

“I questioned him on why he felt attacked, and I don’t know where that was coming from, and he couldn’t really explain that either, so I don’t know if he just threw that word out there, but he couldn’t back it up,” she said. “It was frustrating to me, and then it’s frustrating to hear so many people back that behavior up.”

“You take that leap of faith. He wasn’t willing to do that. So it’s not that Peter’s not a great guy, he’s not sincere and genuine. It’s just that he takes his own pace, and that pace doesn’t fit in this experience,” she shared.

As for who should be the next Bachelor lead?
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ALEX

Rachel said that Alex Bordyukov would make a great choice.

“Alex, we agree,” Bryan chimed in.

“Yeah, [I told you that I didn’t want any of my final four being the Bachelor],” Rachel added. “I definitely think Alex.”

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