This Rachel Dolezal Tea About the Oppression of Darth Becky Is Delicious


Every time you think the story of the Fake Felicia is over, Black Jesus drops another hilariously sad bomb on us. A few days ago, the Imposter Formerly Known as Rachel Dolezal informed the world that she had officially changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo because—desperation. Because crazy. Because underneath the Donald Trump-brand skin bronzer is still a white woman, and “white girl crazy” is a verifiable psychological condition.


Today’s chapter in the melanin-less Melanie fairy tale comes from
The Root 100 honoree and New York Times best-seller Luvvie Ajayi. Today, Awesomely Luvvie took to Twitter to spill some tea on Transracial Rachel—this time from some inside information passed down from an anonymous former colleague of the delirious Dolezal.

And she brought receipts.

According to Luvvie’s awesome Twitter story, many of Dolezal’s former students, colleagues and co-workers always suspected she was an undercover Caucasian. She goes on to reveal actual screenshots of text conversations where Dolezal routinely lamented how the white establishment oppressed her at every turn and sought to suppress her important work for the freedom of “her people.”

‘First off, pretty much every colleague and student knew what was up. We all looked at her and we’re like, “There’s no way she’s black.”’

— Awesomely Luvvie (@Luvvie) March 2, 2017

YOOOOO!! LMAOOOO!!! Rachel was big mad that she wasn’t teaching the intercultural class.

— Awesomely Luvvie (@Luvvie) March 2, 2017

Aside from accusing other people of color of being white, sharing nude photos of herself and hitting on college basketball players at her university, the unhinged Hannah Montana also proclaimed to everyone how hard it was for light-skinned black women in America.

‘But she would always talk about how hard it was being a light-skinned Black woman, because she wasn’t accepted by “her own people”’

— Awesomely Luvvie (@Luvvie) March 2, 2017

Years before she became the new West African queen, Dolezal created stories of white supremacist harassment and how it was so unfair that the administration wouldn’t let her teach intercultural studies, because (bruh, I hope you’re sitting down for this)—according to Becky With the Kinky Hair—people already thought of her as a modern-day Martin Luther King, or—as she put it—“Rachel Luther Queen.”

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Today, wherever you are, stop and take a moment of silence for the singularly insane Rachel Nkechi Amare Diallo Tupac Shakur Shaka Zulu Dikembe Mutombo Shaquanda Latasha Dolezal, who is the only recorded case of simultaneous white privilege, black power and racial oppression.

Stay strong, my sister.

If you’re not dead yet, you can read Luvvie’s entire thread here:



Rachel Luther Queen

Wow. Like...WOW. That’s, like, a wall of delusion at least five feet thick.