The funny news breaking about Rachel Dolezal, the NAACP local chapter head out of Spokane, who was outed as a white woman pretending to be black, just keeps on coming. First off, the #AskRachel memes on Twitter were out of this world on Friday, with 385,000 tweets about the trend quickly raising it to Twitter’s trending topics list, as reported by the Inquisitr.
Now comes news about Maurice Turner, ex-fiance to Rachel, who made a hilarious music video about her, waxing poetic about how much Turner wanted to love Dolezal for the rest of his life, reports the Daily Mail. (According to CNN, it was Dolezal’s ex-husband, Kevin Moore, who made the rap song and video.)
The video above, titled “For the Rest of My Life,” has received more than 100,000 views on YouTube — and various copies of the same video are currently going viral on YouTube. With Maurice calling Dolezal’s “a**” astronomical and talking about her “va-jay-jay,” calling it the “sweetest,” it’s no wonder that the rap video is getting a good laugh on Saturday.
“So are you ready for the rest of your life?
I’ll be honored when you become my wife.
I’m so incredibly in love with you…
I want to kiss you for the rest of my life
I want to hold you for the rest of my life.
I love your lips, I love your eyes, I love your hips, I love your thighs…
You are so naturally beautiful, wonderful…
Your legs are the sensual bridges to heaven…
The sweetest vajayjay more cosmic than the Milky Way”
Rachel broke off their engagement approximately two months after she was engaged to marry Maurice.
Another video gaining attention is one that displays the occasion when Rachel gave a lecture to her students about the history of black hair. Considering Dolezal’s parents coming forward to refute her claims of being “black,” the term Rachel prefers over “African American,” these YouTube videos take on a whole new meaning.
The controversy began with a raw interview with Dolezal, as reported by KXLY Spokane, which featured Rachel walking away from a reporter’s questions that asked her to clarify if she was indeed African American. A black man pictured in a photo on Facebook next to Rachel was one whom she claimed to be her father, but when pressed for details, Dolezal walked away in the middle of the interview.
According to KSTP, a statement about Rachel’s race will be made on Monday evening during a meeting with the NAACP local group.
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