DALLAS - How could anyone forget Rachel Dolezal; the white woman outed last year after pretending she was black.
The comments have been blowing up social media. One tweet points out that her hair isn't natural. It was one of the things Dolezal did to fake her race along with tanning her skin.
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Someone even hashtagged pics of Dolezal before and after her big chop, from blonde to braided, with NaturalHairMatters.
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Another post says if she really wants attention, she should join the Trump campaign doing African American outreach.
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Celebrity stylist Brantley isn't letting this affect her cause. She hopes to unite people around hair care with her BraidOn movement to fight anti-braiding laws in America, while encouraging people to stay away from chemical relaxers.
Perhaps Rachel Dolezal could use this unique twist as an opportunity to straighten out her dark past.