Must See: ‘The Real’ Interviews….Rachel Dolezal

Published: Monday 2nd Nov 2015 by David

Following the release of her new LP ‘Calling All Lovers‘ the R&B singer Tamar Braxton has used her platform on the hit show ‘The Real’ to interview the controversial political activist Rachel Dolezal.

Dolezal made headlines earlier this year when it emerged that-despite being Caucasian- she had been pretending to be of African-American descent, even going as far as to pay an African-American man to impersonate her father at social gatherings.

What she has to say to her critics today?

A must-see piece from their conversation below…

Those who have been following Rachel’s story will know that her issues with race have dark and deep roots that seem to star in her family’s allegedly disturbing “obsession” with African woman.

The Daily Mail reports:

Dolezal previously accused her older brother of throwing her to the ground, sexually assaulting her and forcing her to look at nude photos, it has emerged.

Joshua Dolezal, 39, faces four felony counts of sexual abuse and court documents from that case have revealed the claims made by his biological sister.

She accused her brother, who was about 16 or 17, of throwing her to the ground and pulling up her shirt before touching her in 1991. Rachel is two years younger than her brother.

He then allegedly showed her photos of topless African women in a copy of National Geographic and told her he pleasured himself and ‘got off’ while looking at them.

He told her he ‘was turned on by the black body and was curious about black women generally.’

Joshua, who is two years older than Rachel, was not charged in the alleged incident.

But he does face four charges, and a court date this summer, for allegedly sexually assaulting another female victim when she was a minor.

In that case, the victim claims she was just six or seven when she was abused by Joshua between 2001 and 2002. Court documents say that Joshua, who was 19 years older than the girl, would follow her into the bathroom, order her to undress and then touch her.

Rachel is said to believe that her parents “outed” her on national television to make her pay for supporting the alleged victim in the case.

It should be noted that the family made the interesting decision to adopt four black children in the space of four years around the same time Dolezal claims she  learned of her brother’s alleged obsession with black women.

Keep it locked on TGJ for the full interview.

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  1. Suicide Blonde November 2, 2015

    Well, some women want to be men, others black or/white, while some others want to be Latina. I can’t with her tho, lmao.

    • Danity Slain November 2, 2015

      It’s not funny. Her family have a sick obsession with black people and it’s affected her in this way

    • Surprise..(DEC 2013) November 2, 2015


      • Danity Slain November 2, 2015

        It’s so interesting to see just how racist white liberals are. We have a clear case of an abused girl being forced to acknowledge that her family have a disgusting racially charged perversion but it’s trivialised because they don’t want to confront the idea that such people exist.

  2. pat November 2, 2015

    We have to deny everyone who feel they are what they aren’t if we do it to her. Leave that lady alone

    • maurice November 2, 2015

      preach my sister Pat!

  3. 2bad2bme November 2, 2015

    So she came on the show to get teamed up on…She is dumber than she identifies

    • Mimi November 2, 2015

      She should have gone to the view. The audience and the women there are far more intelligent.

      • 2bad2bme November 2, 2015

        Yea Raven is really smart! (*Creates obituary)

      • What now November 2, 2015

        @2bad SCREAMING!

  4. Chile, leave my weave at the door and don’t steal it like those broke ass barb stans November 2, 2015

    She fell off, but she’s STILL a black woman even though the cameras went away. That’s how I know she’s serious about it. I’m not mad at her, but I just need her to start speaking out against police brutality and other obstacles the black community faces. That way, she’ll become our very own Teena Marie of this generation.

    • Mimi November 2, 2015

      She already does. She was the leader of her local NAACP division

      • Chile, leave my weave at the door and don’t steal it like those broke ass barb stans November 2, 2015

        I understand now. Thanks.

  5. Mimi November 2, 2015

    And another thing. Black people have to learn to stop feeling guilty when bad things happen to them. I have a strong suspicion that there is a reason they only adopted black kids but like so many black people these kids would have made to feel that they are “aggressive” or ungrateful for speaking out. Racism comes in many forms and poor Rachel is living proof of her family’s secret.

  6. Amanda D. November 2, 2015

    No wonder she’s screwed up!!! This is sick!

  7. Ronnie November 2, 2015

    The interview was an interesting watch. She was very nervous, uncomfortable, and talked in circles for every question. My thoughts are if she truly felt she did no wrong and identifies as being black she would have spoke more naturally and confidently instead of thinking of lies or answers that wouldn’t make the audience upset. She still has contributed to the community more than others, can at least give her that. I love how Loni brought the real though lol

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