Perhaps you thought that you’d heard the last from Dolezal, but in a recent interview with Vanity Fair she describes the challenge of losing her esteemed role as president, her friends, her credibility and her source of income in one fell swoop following the interview in which her parents revealed that she had been born white.
In order to make ends meet, Dolezal is capitalizing on one of the skills she learned in college, though not in any classroom or lecture hall. She credits her college years for giving her the opportunity to learn and perfect the skills and techniques needed for maintaining natural, traditionally African American hairstyles such as braiding and weaves. Yes, you read that right.
It was these skills that have helped provide her cover over the years while she falsely claimed her identity as a Black woman, and the same skills are now providing her income as she faces the fallout of those lies.
According to Vanity Fair, Rachel Dolezal is taking this profession seriously, and is even building a steady clientele–she fulfills three hair appointments a week, so far.
You can read the story in its entirety over at Naturallycurly.com
I am too outdone with this woman Naturals,