Notorious race-faker Rachel Dolezal declared her new hustle: Selling foot photographs on the NSFW content membership administration.
“I got endorsed! . . . Connection IN BIO,” the 43-year-old — who is infamous for being white yet claiming to be dark — inscribed an Instagram picture of her new OnlyFans page.
The previous leader of Spokane, Washington’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) section proceeded to declare she’ll start sharing substance on Sept. 1, promising three week by week posts “+ others sprinkled in = 12+ substance pieces each month.”
She’s right now offering the initial 10 endorsers 40 percent off, or only $3 for their initial 30 days.
“A little something for (nearly) everybody,” she guarantees going back and forth endorsers, noticing they can “drop at whenever, including after the 30-day markdown subs.”
As per a slug pointed show, her future OnlyFans content will incorporate “Monday Motivation = Gym/Fitness/Squats N Other Stuff” trailed by “Wednesday WorkDay = Hair-seat Conversations with my customers + HairTutorials” and “Friday Unwind: I bring the Art, you bring the wine/drinks. Watch me make and examine my specialty.”
Close by these standard subjects will be postings of other “arbitrary” stuff including “foot pics” and “posts of me utilizing stuff individuals purchase from my Amazon list of things to get.”
Dolezal became famous in the wake of being outed for being white while professing to be dark.
This isn’t the first run through Dolezal has endeavored to capitalize on her reputation: She has recently sold custom made candies, Melanin Spectrum dolls, and a $1,000 figure of a hot seat. Side hustles are the lone way Dolezal — who additionally passes by the Nigerian name Nkechi Amare Diallo — can presently make cash, as she’s been not able to find a new line of work, she guaranteed recently.
“I began with applying for everything I was equipped for and after interviews and getting turned down, I even applied to occupations that didn’t need degrees, being a house keeper at a lodging, working at a gambling club,” Dolezal said in a February meet with previous “Today” have Tamron Hall. “I couldn’t land any of those positions all things considered.”