Rachel Dolezal

Rachel Dolezal is busy promoting her new book, In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World. In her memoir, which is scheduled for release on March 29, Dolezal describes her struggle living life as a woman suffering from transracial disorder.

In her book, Dolezal said she suffered abuse at the hands of her black husband. "I was too black for my African-American husband," she wrote.

Dolezal was ousted as the director of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP in 2015 after she was exposed as a white woman passing as black.

Despite her Caucasian bio parents coming forward, Dolezal, 40, insisted she was black. She lost her job as a professor at a HBCU college, and she lost many of her black friends who defended her when rumors began to spread that she was a fraud.

"I was presented as a con and a fraud and a liar,' Dolezal told The Associated Press. "I think some of the treatment was pretty cruel."

She disappeared from the public eye last year to give birth to a baby boy. After being a stay-at-home mom, Dolezal attempted to return to the workforce. But there are few opportunities for women who suffer from a transracial mental disorder.

Dolezal sold some of her artwork and sold hair weave to make ends meet. She said she worried she would become homeless after the bank foreclosed on her home.

Dolezal is also mother to a 15-year-old son and an adopted 21-year-old son, who is a college student.

"I want to provide for my kids," she said. "I want to get back to activism. I'm no less committed to that work."

In October, Dolezal legally changed her name to Nkechi, short for Nkechinyere, a Nigerian name that means "what god has given" or "gift of god". Her last name, Diallo, originates from the Fula tribe and it means "bold".

"OK, I was born to white parents, but maybe I had an authentic black identity," she says.

Like transgenderism and other mental disorders, there is no cure for transracialism.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    In October, Dolezal legally changed her name to Nkechi, short for Nkechinyere, a Nigerian name that means “what god has given” or “gift of god”. Her last name, Diallo, originates from the Fula tribe and it means “bold”.
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    Okay, I like the name change and their meanings...

  • Taylordanes

    So she is broke but published a book and had another baby? Bye Rachel we ain't buying what you selling #buyblack

  • casiepriest33

    Girl please, you could never be as great as me and my sisters. You love HBCUs, but sued one! Becky entitlement all day! Have several seats.

  • Ryan

    There was a huge issue of white guys trying to act black in the 90s. Nothing new but she's been given a platform for some reason.

  • yallcrazy

    I don't know why but I've never really been mad at her. It was a little flattering actually. Wasn't like she was talking ghetto or wearing hiphop clothing...which I think is what many of them think we are when they try to portray us. Plus she was actively helping black people on her job so...I don't know but thats not so bad to me. I wish her the best

  • Buttercup

    I'm so tired of Rachel and her being a volunteer victim. Do better, Rachel.

  • imright

    bye biitch???

  • Lovezoe

    My blog email: zoeevol05@g Our favorites are getting the axe. Sad.

  • Mr. LeBrick James

    Good points. But I would have respected her more if she just identified herself as a white woman who had an interest in helping to uplift the black community.... rather than trying to idenfity herself as a black woman, which we all know she's not. Just makes her seem fraudulent, or mentally unstable.

  • MistaO

    No different than all the men choosing to be females, and females choosing to be males! Everybody acting all haughty and respectful towards that mess, but it's ok to disregard Nkechi? Naw she still good in my book.

  • jazmine

    She lied about racist things happening to her "black father" that doesn't exist.

  • iWasteTime

    My YT coworker spelled cordial with a G ... a G!!

  • Pamela

    Ooh Zoe who are getting axed? Is SR on the rampage?

  • Buttercup

    Now I know she saw that squiggly red line under the word before she pressed send.

  • zawnn

    Exactly lol

  • bella28498 .

    Am I suposed to read this with a straight face???!! Lawd only white ppl........

  • Darkandlovely617?

    ?

  • LibraGirlonly

    Well Nah! Hump! She did positive things in Melanated community. Leave her be.

  • Pamela

    Damn illiterate cave demon. Should have staid in school to learnt how to spell.

  • zawnn

    Thank you but no thank you, and good bye!

  • Ni Ni

    Po Rachel she's just as crazy and confused?, but i don't think she should be shunned. I don't agree with the pretending to be black though.

  • Lovezoe

    Cant use Friday as an excuse for stupidity.

  • SummerBaby

    I just emailed you so you can have my contact info.

  • Pamela

    Lol

  • DivineMsM

    Time, have IT get her Grammarly for her inbox

  • Quitedeliteful

    LOLLOLOLLOL!!!

  • Quitedeliteful

    I can't sympathize with Rachel at all. She pretended to be African American and reaped quite alot of benefits from doing so. Now that shyt ain't going so well she admits to being a white woman born to white parents. FOH!!!!!

  • Pamela

    Perhaps she was afraid that she wouldn't be taken seriously, black folks would look at her suspiciously, wondering what her motives were?

  • hottlanta

    That baby kinna light. If that bady skin don't get darker as he gets older, what is she gonna do take the baby to a tanning salon. I wonder if Rachel applied for a loan does she go to the white side of her for a better/lower rate or stay on the black side for a worst/higher rate. Rachel has that racial luxury to go back and forth. Real black women don't have that luxury to racially go in and out when it is convenient. We are in it 24/7 and for the long haul.

  • Vonn

    There is no such thing as too black. He doesn't like your personality. Get some therapy for your condition.

  • karen b

    Thank you Sis, I was scrolling the comments until I actually saw one I 100% agree with. I'm not flattered by a long shot. Nah, she was just trying to be slick trying to assimilate herself to our group just to go back to the country club and give full details on what's going on in our society while sippin champagne/ yelling toast to the clueless Niggus as we seek/inter/destroy them at "our" will..........As you said......FOH with that mess........

  • http://thedevereauxshow.com/ Ms.Devereaux

    SHe tried it

  • hottlanta

    She sounds like a lot of white women who have black husbands and claims when they come around black women we hate on their whiteness when they the one's come with the attitude and hate on black women.

  • iWasteTime

    That is what I said!! went to our whole section

  • Anunnaki

    suffering from transracial disorder.

    I'm suffering from trans-income disorder, I truly feel I need more money, Going to the Dr. today to get diagnosed, so I can give it to my employer, or get sued for Trans income discrimination. I'm human I have rights too

  • missmiami305

    So does she have 2 babydaddy's

  • Ms.Caramel

    Both her parents ain't all white. She got some kink somewhere in her bloodlines.

  • missmiami305

    Dayum who got axed? Lemme save your email

  • Brook York

    She was too black for her husband? He didn't want a black woman, he wanted a white woman that's why he married her...lord help her.

  • Buttercup

    I'm trans-wealthy, Coco.

  • Anunnaki

    did you get diagnosed, whats your secret, I need it STAT

  • Anunnaki

    there is nothing beneficial to being WHITE , nothing

  • Ni Ni

    Lmao? & smdh

  • Buttercup
  • hottlanta

    Right on. Ask our urange President.

  • Anunnaki

    lmaooo.

  • Buttercup

    I would agree if I didn't know that white women are the ones who benefitted the most from affirmative action. That's why Rachel will always get a big "set dine somewhere" from me.

  • Brook York

    LOL...I have never heard of any foolishness like this in my life. I wish her well though.

  • Ni Ni

    Me neither, she pitiful.

  • Brook York

    Spot on!

  • Passion

    Transracial disorder?? OK!

  • Wile E. Coli

    TOTAL WACKJOB ALERT!

  • Brook York

    She is, she will see though.

  • sherri2016

    Why when people pretend to be something that they are not they over do it like gay men who over act as women gay women who try to hard to be masculine and then Rachel with the Nigerian name what's wrong with her name

  • ShWa

    She's right she was too black, he wanted a white woman.....

  • Anunnaki

    I was talking about genetics. not the worldy things

  • Ms.Caramel

    Yep. They come around already thinking they're superior.

  • imright

    ? the accuracy

  • Jeanine McNeal

    I caught that ?

  • Brook York

    That's exactly why he married her, you know he caught all kinds of hell because of her craziness.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    I'm going to email you

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Morning!
    Maybe this is what Sandra wanted *shrugs*

  • klwbaby

    You were too much of a nutcase that he told your azz goodbye...

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Edited*

  • Buttercup

    Oh. In that case, they have nothing, nothing, nothiiiiiiiiing.

  • hottlanta

    Do you think when a woman is with her female lover and she has on a strap on that one day she is gonna get tired of pretending the strap on is a real penis and get the real thing. My thing is if you want a strap on stop pretending and get the real thing.

  • Brook York

    I always thought a Kardashian would pull some mess like this first...lol

  • Brook York

    LOL!

  • Quitedeliteful

    Yup!!! Now that the jig is up she has some kind of 'condition'. Before that she had no problem with collecting a nice fat paycheck while impersonating an African American woman. I'm not impressed nor flattered.Now that the struggle is real she wants to now admit to being white.

  • Gigi

    This being is using every cliche and stereotype she can harness to make herself appear authentically black. No section 8 housing? No mister sending her sister nelly off and raising the chilrun she birthed for the black man she thoght was her pappy? Wheree is her girl crush shug? The shyt these creatures spend considerable time, money and resources on.

  • Quitedeliteful

    I'll join you in that lawsuit....

  • Gigi

    Thats a wig. For a tragic clown. Anybody remember bozo the clown?

  • Brook York

    Now I know that I heard it all now....lol.

  • MookieFly

    Yea ok Rachel. First you were out stealing black men and then you were trying steal our melanin. Funny your crusty ass nikka left you because you weren't the alabaster wildebeest he was looking for smh

  • MissHarlem

    You take my culture and have the biggest come up off of the guise of understanding us and helping us when real black women can't even get acknowledged for their natural right and I'm supposed to support, sympathize, empathized and welcome you?!! You must be on dog food. I freed my eyes and mind from your European mind fck not here move along. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fc1425c3e8a3e19155e839e01785da01c669b47553ea2ce6a4ce4e7e0d0607c4.gif

  • Branch Davidian

    She should marry Macklemore...

  • Anunnaki

    I agree, But umm she wasn' stealing black men, just black Koons..

  • Yoni7

    As much as I love a good memoir, I will NOT be reading this story of a white woman's "struggle".

  • PettyEyezPrime

    ??Hey boo

  • Mama Dee’s Wig Maker
  • MissHarlem

    Hey boo ?? rubs belly and twerks for the baby ?

  • MookieFly
  • PettyEyezPrime

    You the riff raff that Sandra trying ban *twerks with you, belly and all*?

  • deanya

    Um when did she start to feel "black " lol at what point in her life did wake up and say today I start to live as a black woman? Also what is her idea of a "black woman " did she start off ghetto or black stuck-up?
    Why can't she just be a white woman who understand the black struggle and appreciate black culture ? Lol white people I swear

  • MissHarlem

    And you know it ???. Present

  • MookieFly

    I got a question. Ya'll liked Get Out, right? How do you feel about the Director's relationship? Or is that a non mothaflucka factor?

  • Tequila Mockingbird

    It seems as tho ppl with mental disorders get away with a lot. Like transracial ppl and transgender ppl aka gender dismorphia...

  • MissHarlem

    On the fence. Mainly because there's a difference between just falling in love with a human and still know who you are vs self hate and disrespect. So for now I'm cool.

  • MissHarlem

    On the fence. Mainly because there's a difference between just falling in love with a human and still know who you are vs self hate and disrespect. So for now I'm cool.

  • deanya

    Nah

  • deanya

    Nah

  • Soda

    Maybe he chose someone who looks like his mother, unlike some Black men who do the opposite.

  • Soda

    Maybe he chose someone who looks like his mother, unlike some Black men who do the opposite.

  • MookieFly

    Thats what I was thinking but I think he is part Asian if I remember correctly

  • MookieFly

    Thats what I was thinking but I think he is part Asian if I remember correctly

  • pecancandy

    I love to dance with my belly exposed. My belly much bigger than booty

  • pecancandy

    I love to dance with my belly exposed. My belly much bigger than booty

  • MookieFly

    Yea that makes sense, but movie felt intense. I wonder if they worked on the project together. I know they had to basically get secret married because her family did not approve.

  • Keisha Hannah

    Black identity huh? Lol Bitch please...

  • MookieFly

    Yea that makes sense, but movie felt intense. I wonder if they worked on the project together. I know they had to basically get secret married because her family did not approve.

  • Keisha Hannah

    Black identity huh? Lol Bitch please...

  • Kirenee

    Did you mean a white woman's fake hustle?

  • Kirenee

    Did you mean a white woman's fake hustle?

  • MissHarlem

    I'm also sure it was slightly based off of personal experience.

  • Siohban Hatchett

    No, you were not too black for your husband. You were a fraud to your husband.

  • pecancandy

    Off topic. Is it racist to want to have sex with a Hispanic and African?

  • tintin
  • WickedTruth

    it seems like every few months she comes back with some ratchetness. Hilarious. I kinda fucks with her crazy arse.

  • Rita fontaine

    I'm still thinking that her mother is keeping a deep dark secret......just saying!

  • stav

    His dad is black, his mom is white! I also thought he had Asian in him.

  • Anunnaki

    Come join my group, Trans-income disorder, you can have as much money you like, w/o discrimation. #allincomematter

  • tintin

    hahhahhahahahha.

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  • Rayne

    Dam...she's tanned so much shiddd she's darker than me and I'm a real black woman. Ain't that a blip ??

  • Malcom Flex

    Naw that bih is 100% white

  • Yoni7

    Whatever SHE'S calling it, I won't partake in it.

  • Malcom Flex

    F that insane white heffa!

  • KarmaBackAround

    This HAS to be a disease of some sort! Jus like when they say blacks bleaching their skin is a sickness,,, this HAS to be!

  • PettyEyezPrime

    ???Her "ethnic" hair made it hard for her

  • Sid

    I am not a hater well at least not with this lady. But I feel insulted that she think tanning your skin and wearing kinky curly wigs defines you as black. The struggle that black women go through is not a joke. Transracial Seriously? I am not considered the norm in America or anywhere in the world. I am not buying the mental disorder act with this one.

  • Darkandlovely617?

    um, is the site offline to you, or did i get blocked at work???

  • Coco

    I hate it when black ppl praise this woman. It's not like white people haven't helped black folks before. why did she have to lie? This woman switched her on/off black switch when it was convinient, made money on those lies, gave conferences on how hard it was growing up black, lied on her parents, filled a false police reports, is still exploiting her faux blackness by selling this book....Why are we so easy on white women? Why do we cater to their sense of entitlement? She could have loved black people from a distance, but no she felt the need to become 1. Smh

  • Omega

    black comes in all shades, is what these black women say, so she's black to me. She has done great work for the BC, hope someone helps her get back on her feet. She's a Queen

  • fRAktal Reality

    It begs to question if Rachel Dolezal was Black in one of her past lives. The exceptional measures she has taken to adopt a mixed race Black identity is intriguing and deserves critical analysis.

    For a Caucasian woman to relinquish and forsake her white identity along with its associated institutional privileges and access AND expose herself and family to harsh and cruel public ridicule and judgment speaks volumes to me.

    This is not a joke to her. This identity is embedded in her psyche. Why? How? And then she chose an Igbo name? Kai! Chineke meh!? What is in her gene code?

  • fRAktal Reality

    @Rayne - If Rachel is darker than you, then you have dominant recessive gene traits that don't originate from aboriginal DNA.

  • Coco

    She doesn't understand that what he liked was her "proximity" to whiteness. He wanted a white looking and acting woman. She was probably over tanning, getting braids done, frying her with that curling iron, wearing dashikis, doing her black girls impersonation... he didn't sign up for that!

    If she truly knew anything about black people, she'd know that whiteness is very appealing to many black men. He was probably one of those.

  • Panther Charleston

    I love her crazy azz!

  • lilred1

    Thanks for saying this. Ive never been upset with her. She literally did the most to help the black community. The way she claims black may show that through her open mind, education, and intellect she acknowledges how she and other Caucasians came to be.

  • Renee Bee
  • fRAktal Reality

    @Omega - black comes in all shades of dark. The depigmentation of yellow, pink an beige are outcome of amalgamation (with straight-haired recessive groups) within aboriginal autochthon blood lineages.

  • yallcrazy

    I'm not praising anything. Just stating my opinion.

  • Keekz

    Baffling that a transracial suffers from a disorder, and receive no empathy; while transgenders are living their true lives....

  • shaylynnn

    She went back to the uni she use to work at & they acted like they didn't know her. When her book flops, we poppin big bottles ?????????????? bye.

  • shaylynnn

    She wants to be seen as a biracial black woman. She was exposed for mistreating and dismissing actual biracial black women by telling them they're not black enough to understand because they were lighter than her yt arse. She got to where she was on the backs of black women. She treated her black & afro latina women terrible & lusted after her black male students while passing them for showing up. (see: athletes) She's no different than any of these other white women who fetish the black community tbh. She just found a different way to do it. Sorry this was a lot lol.

  • shaylynnn

    She hasn't done anything revolutionary hun. & if you spend your career as an educator disrespecting bw while playing the victim of racial discrimination that isn't great work for the bc. She's a hindrance to the actual movement.

  • shaylynnn

    She hasn't done anything revolutionary hun. & if you spend your career as an educator disrespecting bw while playing the victim of racial discrimination that isn't great work for the bc. She's a hindrance to the actual movement.

  • shaylynnn

    She hasn't done anything revolutionary hun. & if you spend your career as an educator disrespecting bw while playing the victim of racial discrimination that isn't great work for the bc. She's a hindrance to the actual movement.

  • shaylynnn

    She hasn't done anything revolutionary hun. & if you spend your career as an educator disrespecting bw while playing the victim of racial discrimination that isn't great work for the bc. She's a hindrance to the actual movement.

  • shaylynnn

    She hasn't done anything revolutionary hun. & if you spend your career as an educator disrespecting bw while playing the victim of racial discrimination that isn't great work for the bc. She's a hindrance to the actual movement.

  • shaylynnn

    She hasn't done anything revolutionary hun. & if you spend your career as an educator disrespecting bw while playing the victim of racial discrimination that isn't great work for the bc. She's a hindrance to the actual movement.

  • shaylynnn

    She hasn't done anything revolutionary hun. & if you spend your career as an educator disrespecting bw while playing the victim of racial discrimination that isn't great work for the bc. She's a hindrance to the actual movement.

  • shaylynnn

    She hasn't done anything revolutionary hun. & if you spend your career as an educator disrespecting bw while playing the victim of racial discrimination that isn't great work for the bc. She's a hindrance to the actual movement.

  • Daffany Rose-Gilbert

    Wow

  • Daffany Rose-Gilbert

    Wow

  • Daffany Rose-Gilbert

    Wow

  • Daffany Rose-Gilbert

    Wow

  • fRAktal Reality

    @Shaylynnn - No, no, don't be sorry, Sis. Your commentary is welcomed.

    So you think Dolezal's racial identity-change is driven by her own coital interests in Black men? Not sure about that when there are Caucasian females who are romantically and sexually involved with Black men without relinquishing their 'white' identity.

    Something else is going on with that woman. It tickles me that Rachel Dolezal is the REVERSE 'Imitation of Life'. LOL!!!

  • fRAktal Reality

    @Shaylynnn - No, no, don't be sorry, Sis. Your commentary is welcomed.

    So you think Dolezal's racial identity-change is driven by her own coital interests in Black men? Not sure about that when there are Caucasian females who are romantically and sexually involved with Black men without relinquishing their 'white' identity.

    Something else is going on with that woman. It tickles me that Rachel Dolezal is the REVERSE 'Imitation of Life'. LOL!!!

  • fRAktal Reality

    @Shaylynnn - No, no, don't be sorry, Sis. Your commentary is welcomed.

    So you think Dolezal's racial identity-change is driven by her own coital interests in Black men? Not sure about that when there are Caucasian females who are romantically and sexually involved with Black men without relinquishing their 'white' identity.

    Something else is going on with that woman. It tickles me that Rachel Dolezal is the REVERSE 'Imitation of Life'. LOL!!!

  • fRAktal Reality

    @Shaylynnn - No, no, don't be sorry, Sis. Your commentary is welcomed.

    So you think Dolezal's racial identity-change is driven by her own coital interests in Black men? Not sure about that when there are Caucasian females who are romantically and sexually involved with Black men without relinquishing their 'white' identity.

    Something else is going on with that woman. It tickles me that Rachel Dolezal is the REVERSE 'Imitation of Life'. LOL!!!

  • fRAktal Reality

    @lilred1 - Will you invite her to the fish fry? You think she can make a delicious pot of mouth-watering well-seasoned greens or sweet potato pie? *crackin' up*

    UPDATE: AfRAkans have weighed Rachel's name change on twitter...and the feedback is hilarious!

    "Rachel Dolezal really changed her name to Nkechi. The Igbo delegation denounces and rejects her."

    "I assume Rachel Dolezal will be at the next world Igbo Conference. NDI Igbo u might have to carry this L..Chai!!"

    "Nigerians: Please don't recognise Rachel 'Nkechi' Dolezal until she stars in a Nollywood film."

    "Rachel Dolezal knew not to try come with a yoruba name."

    "Rachel Dolezal can change her name to Kunta Kinte Abdul-Jabbar and she'll still be white."

    My people, my people...

  • fRAktal Reality

    @lilred1 - Will you invite her to the fish fry? You think she can make a delicious pot of mouth-watering well-seasoned greens or sweet potato pie? *crackin' up*

    UPDATE: AfRAkans have weighed Rachel's name change on twitter...and the feedback is hilarious!

    "Rachel Dolezal really changed her name to Nkechi. The Igbo delegation denounces and rejects her."

    "I assume Rachel Dolezal will be at the next world Igbo Conference. NDI Igbo u might have to carry this L..Chai!!"

    "Nigerians: Please don't recognise Rachel 'Nkechi' Dolezal until she stars in a Nollywood film."

    "Rachel Dolezal knew not to try come with a yoruba name."

    "Rachel Dolezal can change her name to Kunta Kinte Abdul-Jabbar and she'll still be white."

    My people, my people...

  • fRAktal Reality

    @lilred1 - Will you invite her to the fish fry? You think she can make a delicious pot of mouth-watering well-seasoned greens or sweet potato pie? *crackin' up*

    UPDATE: AfRAkans have weighed Rachel's name change on twitter...and the feedback is hilarious!

    "Rachel Dolezal really changed her name to Nkechi. The Igbo delegation denounces and rejects her."

    "I assume Rachel Dolezal will be at the next world Igbo Conference. NDI Igbo u might have to carry this L..Chai!!"

    "Nigerians: Please don't recognise Rachel 'Nkechi' Dolezal until she stars in a Nollywood film."

    "Rachel Dolezal knew not to try come with a yoruba name."

    "Rachel Dolezal can change her name to Kunta Kinte Abdul-Jabbar and she'll still be white."

    My people, my people...

  • fRAktal Reality

    @lilred1 - Will you invite her to the fish fry? You think she can make a delicious pot of mouth-watering well-seasoned greens or sweet potato pie? *crackin' up*

    UPDATE: AfRAkans have weighed Rachel's name change on twitter...and the feedback is hilarious!

    "Rachel Dolezal really changed her name to Nkechi. The Igbo delegation denounces and rejects her."

    "I assume Rachel Dolezal will be at the next world Igbo Conference. NDI Igbo u might have to carry this L..Chai!!"

    "Nigerians: Please don't recognise Rachel 'Nkechi' Dolezal until she stars in a Nollywood film."

    "Rachel Dolezal knew not to try come with a yoruba name."

    "Rachel Dolezal can change her name to Kunta Kinte Abdul-Jabbar and she'll still be white."

    My people, my people...

  • imasaneperson

    No she wasn't "too black" for her african-american husband she was too pretending to be black for her african-american husband, there's a difference.

  • imasaneperson

    No she wasn't "too black" for her african-american husband she was too pretending to be black for her african-american husband, there's a difference.

  • imasaneperson

    No she wasn't "too black" for her african-american husband she was too pretending to be black for her african-american husband, there's a difference.

  • imasaneperson

    No she wasn't "too black" for her african-american husband she was too pretending to be black for her african-american husband, there's a difference.

  • lilred1

    Yup! I shole would lol. And she might can cook. I mean some of her hairstyles were better put together than a whole lot Ive seen ?

  • lilred1

    Yup! I shole would lol. And she might can cook. I mean some of her hairstyles were better put together than a whole lot Ive seen ?

  • lilred1

    Yup! I shole would lol. And she might can cook. I mean some of her hairstyles were better put together than a whole lot Ive seen ?

  • Rayne

    I don't care sugar. I'm BLACK ?

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    DEAD

  • Junkanoo

    don't care one bit, LiL Kim started out black and now she's a Asian woman so whatever, next!

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    Lol that's all I've got...

  • Faux Gibbler

    BAM!
    Pretending to be something you not.
    Then again, how do you pretend to be black (other than altering appearance?)
    You know he saw them pink nipples. ?

  • Faux Gibbler

    It's the fraud she committed. She sued Howard for discrimination as a white woman.. she lied, told people she she grew up in teepees which wasn't the case according to her parents.. the list goes on..

  • Faux Gibbler

    The FRAUD behind it..
    She used her white privilege to sue Howard College as a white woman. Do you know the whole story??

  • YellowSauce

    lol

  • Sexy CJ

    Rachel Says.........“OK.....I was born to white parents......but MAYBE I had an authentic black identity.......... I was too black for my African-American husband"...............

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  • Evillene

    If Bruce Jenner can be Caitlyn then Rachel can be Nkechi! Moreover, at least she used her black identity for good and was engaged in doing positive things for the black community. She didn't assume a black identity to be a hip-hop star or for commercial gain, or worse, to sell us out. Pick your battles!!!

  • Evillene

    She wouldn't forsake her white identity and privilege just to get with a black dude. Sadly, her whiteness would have made her more appealing to the black dudes she wanted. I don't know her motivations but it is deeper than a scheme. She has a psychological longing for a black identity that even most black people do not have.

  • fRAktal Reality

    @Faux Gibbler - Oh really? No, I don't know her complete backstory.

  • fRAktal Reality

    "She has a psychological longing for a black identity that even most American black people do not have." <--There. Fixed that for ya, Evilene. Valid observation.

  • Locapoca
  • shaylynnn

    Its not just black men but they're def a perk. She was making false claims of being harassed by the KKK & having her life threatened. She wants to be an oppressed black person. She wants to be a victim & for people to rally around her. Her uber religious parents have a large hand in her physiological problems tho.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Thank you for your perspective. I'm encouraged to see new names in the comments section. That always happens after I purge the riffraff. ?

  • shaylynnn

    No lol I think it has to do with entire desire to apart of everything black people are. Black men are just an extra tbh. She spent so much time pretending she was being singled out, attacked & harassed by the KKK & when she wasn't getting the attention she wanted she made up a bigger lie and left town when she was exposed as a liar if I'm remembering correctly. Her parents are apart of her physiological problems tho, she needs help but no from the bc, we've given her enough tbqh.

  • dontgetblocked

    I feel bad for her children. She's cray cray.

  • dontgetblocked

    I feel bad for her children. She's cray cray.

  • fRAktal Reality

    @Shaylynn - Wait a minute, Shay? Am I to understand from your post that Rachel fabricated being attacked and harassed by KKK and been a source of other controversies? Not good. Another poster on here told me about her lawsuit against an institution for racial discrimination that she filed as a white woman. I don't know the particulars, but it sounded scandalous. She's definitely warped. It would be interesting to know what TRIGGERED all of this to cause her to disavow her German ancestry/heritage to be a mixed race Black female.

  • Cricket404

    The craziest thing is she probably cool. I'll take her over a black girl with identity problems like Stacy Dash.

  • Mrs Mary

    SO HER EX HUSBAND WAS A SELF HATING BLACK MAN WHO WANTED HIM A PURE WHITE WOMAN..SMH

  • NYTimes#1Bestseller

    ?????

  • EMILY POST

    Half of the non blacks in music pretend to be black and prey off of black culture. Rachel admits it he'll look at pop culture Miley Cyrus iggy, Ariana g , Katy perry, lady Gaga, all those girl groups...kardashians, etc all make $$ from hijacking and appropriating.
    Black culture is profitable... white liberals have been pimpin the culture for decades.... while smearing the image of the black female.
    Rachel D is still trying to profit from her soul man experience. It's common for those types to do it because blacks want to assimilate and forget who they are and need constant affirmation. So they give those types a pass and think it's cute or funny cool. They embrace appropriation as multiculturalism.

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    Please give specific examples of instances where Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Miley Cyrus pretended to be black. ?

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    Excellent analysis and commentary.

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    People want what they want. If he is attracted to white women, why would he desire a white chick who is pretending to be black? When I order spaghetti, I don't want a garden salad with an identity crisis, I want spaghetti - in all its glory! ?

  • Lisa jones

    Why does she have a platform. Are white people checking for her .

  • EMILY POST

    Use google..

  • doubledee

    She married her husband AFTER this came out. He left because she was too black, but because she was pretending to be black. He know that going into it.

  • http://www.NeCola.Mayvenn.com Chile_Pleeze

    probably did more than any other white woman.... i'll wrap her a plate and pass it to her over the fence at the bbq

  • http://www.NeCola.Mayvenn.com Chile_Pleeze

    iggy azalea came to mind... smh

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    That's what I thought. All frosting and no cake.

  • Evillene

    On the subject of "pretending", how do you regard the many black female entertainers who wear long straight fake (blond!) hair, and use topical agents, make-up and cosmetic surgery to lighten their complexions and conform their facial features to a European beauty standard? Are they still 'black' women? It seems to me that black girls are even more eager to blur the lines of racial identity than white girls. Nicki Minaj's ass and hair are just as fake as K Kardashian's. Nowadays, Lil' Kim is whiter than Ariana Grande. What about Rihanna? Queen Bey? Tamar Braxton? These so-called "black" chicks make the whole idea of cultural appropriation laughably quaint.

    And none of them lifted a finger to help the Spokane chapter of the NAACP.

  • Voice Of Reason

    I never understood the anger at her. I feel sorry for her more than anything.

  • Voice Of Reason

    But she did more to uplift the black community than many actual black ppl. I'll take her and they can have Stacey Dash.

  • Voice Of Reason

    She didn't "come up". She spent years at a job with great community outreach, but low pay. She then lost that job and all the friends she'd made while doing it.

  • Faux Gibbler

    No. This was her first husband.

  • KJOURNEY

    i read every comment on this thread and i loved each comment

  • Coco

    As she takes jobs from black people, steals racism stories for black women, and sues black establishments for treating her for what she is, a white person. Good for you, Great judgement ??????

  • Notdownwiththesheeple

    She's still blacker than alot of natural born black men tho LMAO. I would trade some Trump coons for her in a heartbeat.

  • Omega

    nobody said anything about revolutionary ''hun'', i said she has done great work, and THATS documented ''hun''. Also, dont get mad at her for having been able to go through the black community as a black woman, when its BLACK PEOPLE especially! black women that have made it possible by singing all this ''black people come in all shades'' nonsense. Well, she realized all she had to do was look 'MIXED' to pass as black,a nd thats what she did.

    so he's really at fault? Her or us?

  • shaylynnn

    It's also documented that she's lied about Being targeted by the Klan. It's also documented that she made false claims and planted a fake letter at the NAACP with threats of violence. Do you know how damaging THAT is? Based the comments from the black & afro latina women she was responsible for educating she was a terrible educator. She's responsible for her lied old why that's even being asked. Nobody forced her to pretend to be black. She's a vulture & THAT should also be common sense. Black People do come if all shade, hun. Nonsense is acting as if "all her documented accomplishments & great work" are worth anything since they were earned on the backs of actual black people. ?

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    And let's not forget she lied about being pregnant with Blue Ivy. Beyonce has a problem with the truth.

  • shaylynnn

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/38226eabd327aae5b57b88c1bb11acdaea7152e4ca2daebedfcd0e9c01c0191e.png

    Am I on the wrong post or? ????? Miss Rose, Blue is her child & that's all I need to know. No birthing video required ????????????

  • hopeless?

    LOL

  • Jussjess25

    See now sandra up in here making up her on terms lmfaooo @transracial disorder. Sandra please shut up ??

  • Voice Of Reason

    I don't personally know any black people who would've done her old job at the salary she was getting. Show me the long line of sisters beating down the doors of social services organizations in search of jobs?

    As for "steals racism stories from black women"? So? I've had actual black women do much worse to me.

    She didn't sue any black establishments for treating her like a white person. That's BS.

    You just are seeing someone down and you are lining up to get your kick in. I'm not saying donate to a GoFundMe page for her but spare me your fake outrage at the nonexistent terrible things she's done to black people and just admit that you are enjoying the opportunity to see a white woman suffer.

  • Evillene

    Nope. It's most often the non-American blacks who want to reject black identity. It's the jamaicans, hondurans, dominicans, boriquas, trinidadians, brazilians and cape verdeans who are most eager to distinguish themselves from black Americans. It's a global epidemic.

    So if a 'black' girl from the Carribean can dramatically change her natural appearance to exhibit a mulatto aesthetic -- i.e. Nicki Minaj -- why can't a white girl change her look to become mulatto too?

  • fRAktal Reality

    @Evillene - Black identity-rejection is a likely occurrence among aboriginal groups that have been BASTARDIZED and WHITE-ACCULTURATED through language and Caucasian pathology. Blacks in the West Indies and other coastal islands were deeply impacted by the British, French and Spanish. The Caucasoid Turk/Persian/Aryan/East Indian (Arab impostor) bastardized and arabicized Black AfRAkans, too. That's how Swahili was developed.

    However, I do find it fascinating that those Blacks in the geographical areas you aforementioned were able to maintain a link to AfRAka through language, cultural traditions and diet way more extensively than the average urban Black American.

    Blacks assimilate WHITE DRAG daily. No one makes a fuss because the average Black American is anti-Black psychologically. However, this white woman likes the aesthetic appearance of mixed race that she covets it. That's her prerogative.

  • EMILY POST

    the NAACP is a very interesting group... but thats another subject and separate.
    Why do black females feel the need to use lightening cream???? You can't take the effect and call it the cause...
    All three of the black women you named are considered light skin black womenwith beautiful complexions. Black women have chestnut hair also... But nice try...

    Did you see the unsung on Evelyn champagne king maybe you should watch it then you can answer your own question. The entertainment industry is known for discrimination its a passive racism. They discriminate on black women because no one even is real enough to admit it exists and is commonly practiced.
    Lauryn hill, Angie stone, how if you even say someone black is pretty has a nice shape. The liberal propaganda machine will travel around the world and will try to destroy the construct. I remember when lauryn hill became popular they overly pushed a decent artist named Norah Jones but Norah looked how mainstream likes their female artist of color. A lauryn hill is hard to imitate... Beyoncé when she was going so mainstream she became easy to copy . Exotic women are extremely hard to imitate.

  • EMILY POST

    I don't know what a so called black chick is. Everyone you named Tamar, Beyoncé, Rihanna are black women who have beautiful complexions..