Racial biases, unfortunately, are commonplace in the world. But, a volley of celebs are not willing to overlook the injustices meted out to individuals of color.

The latest to join the list is former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay, who clearly expressed her dismay over Mike Johnson not being cast as the lead of The Bachelor season 24. She hinted at some racial prejudice at play.  

“If Mike can’t get it, what’s the reason?” Lindsay told Us Magazine.

“I’m not hopeful at all ... That’s why I keep talking about it because maybe it’ll start the conversation and maybe it’ll change.”

Rachel voiced her concerns during the promotions of season 13 of “The Bachelorette,” when the actress was accompanied by her husband Bryan Abasolo. The latter, however, seemed more optimistic and believes a Black man could be cast as the lead for its 25th season.

“For the first time, I was very confident that we were going to see our first black Bachelor,” she noted in another interview. “And so if no one else is going to speak on it, then I guess it's my duty to say it.”

Lindsay also made mention of black Bachelor contestants, such as Seinne Fleming and Tayshia Adams, who could have been the next Bachelorette instead of Hannah Brown.

“Even after me, you’ve had Sienne, you’ve had Tayshia. Not that Hannah B. was bad. But she was number nine. Tayshia was number three [of Colton Underwood’s contestants],” Lindsay further noted to Us. 

“Usually, the system picks one of the top four, why not? Before, the excuse would be, ‘No one is making it far enough.’ Now they are. So now what?”

While she voiced out her beliefs, Lindsay also made it clear that she harbored no hard feelings against Weber. In fact, she enthused that she was open about her views to Weber himself.

“I told him ... 'Please don’t take this in a negative way, but I feel it is my place to advocate for him because I don’t know who else is going to. Because of the way that I look and the way he looks and I do think he’s a good candidate, I’m going to support him, but it’s not against you.'”

Turns out, Weber took it in the right spirits and understood her opinion. 

Will there ever be another Black "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette" lead? Fans will just have to wait and see. 

The Bachelorette US TV reality celebrity Colton Underwood promotes the new season of 'The Bachelor'. 'The Bachelor' spinoff show, 'The Bachelorette,' will air its 15th season on Tuesday on ABC and will feature Hannah Brown as the new leading lady. Daniel SLIM / AFP