Rachel Dolezal breaks silence after being fired over OnlyFans account

Notorious racial scammer and former NAACP chapter president Rachel Dolezal has broken her silence on social media after losing her teaching job because of her OnlyFans account.

The 46-year-old posted a smiling selfie. her instagram story Friday with the caption “Stay Alive.”

“People have been asking how they can help. Show some love by ordering from my art website,” the second part of her story reads, with a link to her site was included. racheldolezal.comwhere she advertises her work and describes herself as “Artist, activist, writer.”

The 46-year-old posted a smiling selfie after being fired from her teaching job on her OnlyFans account. Rachel Dolezal/Instagram

Dolezal, 46, was canned at an Arizona elementary school on Tuesday after the school district learned of her account on a racy subscription service that allegedly sells dangerous content for $9.99 a month. .

News4 Tucson She announced the news that she had been fired from Sunrise Drive Elementary School in the Catalina Foothills School District. She had been working as an after-school instructor since August, where she was reportedly making $19 an hour.

On Wednesday, Julie Farbalik, the district’s director of alumni and community relations, told the outlet that she discovered her OnlyFans account on Tuesday afternoon and that her posts were “social media use by district employees.” He said it was against policy.

Dolezal also links to a website where she sells her original artwork. Rachel Dolezal/Instagram
Dolezal was fired for her OnlyFans account. Rachel Dorzal/OnlyFans

She worked there as a part-time employee for kindergarteners through fifth graders. According to the Arizona Daily Star.

Dolezel, who now goes by the name Nkechi Diallo, made headlines in 2015 when he was president of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington. Although she identified herself as a black woman, it turned out that her parents were white.

in “Tamron Hall Show” interview” Dolezal said in 2021 that it was difficult to find work after the scandal.

“I’m still working and I’m still moving forward, but it’s definitely been really hard,” she lamented on the show.

“After six years of not having a job, I created my own jobs, braided hair, wrote grants to bring money to marginalized communities, Black-owned businesses and non-profits, painted, I give pep talks on”



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