Former NAACP Spokane chapter president Rachel Dolezal has started an OnlyFans account and reportedly the reason is because she wants to recognize the greatness of singer Rihanna’s lingerie line Savage X Fenty.
A representative for Dolezal confirmed to TMZ that the racy photos that surfaced on line reportedly taken from the adult entertainment site credited to Dolezal indeed belonged to the ex-NAACP spokesperson.
The rep told the outlet, “Yes, Dolezal has indeed started a profile on the site” and it’s her way to “pay homage to Savage X Fenty” underwear line, the outlet noted.
On Dolezal’s page, a message reads, “Welcome to my OnlyFans page where I post creative content and interact with fans.”
“Subscribers get to see how my sensual side pairs with my creative spirit through intimate images inspired by color, light, and lingerie on the weekends,” the message added.
The outlet noted that it appears the photos that surfaced online weren’t the only ones on the site and that Dolezal has been sharing for most of 2022 with regular posts. However, it is unclear just how many of the pictures are risqué because that costs money to find out, the outlet noted.
Dolezal’s name started trending on Twitter Tuesday with lots of comments about her OnlyFans account. One of those came from American political commentator Noam Blum, who wrote that Dolezal joining the adult entertainment site wasn’t a surprise.
“If you’re surprised Rachel Dolezal has an OnlyFans then you clearly didn’t watch the documentary about her,” Blum tweeted. “Her compulsive need for social media attention literally drove her son to flee the country.”
Dolezal famously stepped down from the local branch in 2015 when it was found out that she was indeed a white woman who only pretended to be a black woman and had done so for years.
In 2017, Dr. Phil asked Dolezal about pretending “to be black” for years, saying she “perpetrated a lie,” as The Daily Wire previously reported.
“You agree with that, right?” the TV host added.
Dolezal replied, “No.”
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