Rachel Dolezal now an Arizona teacher, on OnlyFans after losing NAACP leadership position for pretending to be black

Dolezal was exposed in 2015 for pretending to be a black woman.


Rachel Dolezal, who pretended to be a black woman and was president of a chapter of the NAACP, is now employed by a Catalina Foothills School District and has an Only Fans profile.  

A post from Libs of TikTok made the revelations known on Tuesday. After Dolezal was outed in 2015 for falsely identifying as black, she then changed her name to Nkechi Diallo. Diallo's name appears on employment records of the school that were obtained by Libs of TikTok.  

According to a Daily Mail report from 2017, the newer name, short for Nkechinyere, comes from the Igbo language of Nigeria and means "gift of god" or "what god has given."

Dolezal still operated under the name publicly on multiple platforms such as YouTube and her OnlyFans after making the name change. The first post on her OnlyFans page appeared in August of 2021.

The latest video on her YouTube channel addresses art collage and she has several others on how to style braids and weaves in your hair. Other videos about workouts as well as left-wing activism points are present.  

Her website's homepage makes the claim, "Rachel Dolezal has twenty years of experience as an exhibiting artist and art educator. Her works have been featured in The Artist’s Magazine, shown in 14 states and displayed at the United Nations’ Headquarters in New York." At the bottom of the page is a link to her memoir, "In Full Color." 

Dolezal's OnlyFans has the message pinned at the top, "Welcome to my OnlyFans page, where I post creative content and give fans a more intimate look into my life." She has also posted an Amazon "wish list" in her OnlyFans info section that includes stiletto sandals, a guide to poisonous plants, and other items. 

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