Fmr. FAKE Black leader of NAACP Rachel Dolezal has racy OnlyFans page, teaches in elementary school

A white woman who rose to infamy in 2015 for masquerading as a bi-racial black woman is now raking in cash as an OnlyFans model.

Rachel Dolezal is her name, and as previously reported, she had to resign from the NAACP in disgrace nine years ago when she was busted for being a white woman pretending to be part black.

Seen here, Dolezal’s OnlyFans page offers a subscription for $9.99 a month. For that price, clients get access to content such as an “18-image explicit collection, AND a video of self-pleasure to orgasm under the Christmas tree” and “35 pics of DaBoo-Tay & 2 videos of the TaTa’s.”

While the page doesn’t list how many subscribers she has, her posts have received up to 127 likes at a time. That comes out to at least $1268.73 in profits per month, though her earnings could be even higher.

In addition to selling nude content, Dolezal is also reportedly working as an after-school instructor at Sunrise Drive Elementary in Catalina Foothills, Arizona.

The latter news about her working at an elementary school has sparked backlash, with critics saying they wouldn’t want someone like her anywhere near their kids.

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The last time Dolezal made headlines was in 2021 when she told TV host Tamron Hall that, despite changing her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo, she was unable to land a job because people kept recognizing her.

“I started with applying for all of the things I was qualified for, and after interviews and getting turned down, I even applied to jobs that didn’t even require degrees … being a maid at a hotel, working at a casino. I wasn’t able to get any of those jobs either,” she said.

And so she eventually decided to “create my own job and find my own ways to provide for my children.”

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During the Hall interview, she also seemed to kind of double down on her fake black identity.

“When it comes to race and identity, I’ve always identified racially as ‘human’ but have found more of a home in black culture and the black community, and that hasn’t changed,” she said.

“I’m still the same person I was in May of 2015. I’m still doing the work I’m still pressing forward. But it has been really tough for sure. Not having a job for six years, having to create my own job and find my own ways to provide for my children through braiding hair, through grant writing to bring funds into marginalized communities and black-owned businesses and non-profits, through painting, through doing pep talks on Cameo.com,” she added.

As previously reported, Dolezal spent over a decade posing as a black woman until a reporter outed her as the daughter of two white Montana parents in 2015. She subsequently resigned in disgrace from the NAACP and was also fired from her then-teaching job at Eastern Washington University.

Regarding the school where she now works, there have been accusations that the principal is a “woke” loon who humors his students’ so-called gender pronouns and purposefully keeps them secret from parents.

Vivek Saxena

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