Rachel Dolezal, 37, is under scrutiny this Friday morning. For years, the woman and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People [NAACP] leader in Spokane, Washington, has identified herself as a Black woman, when in fact she is Caucasian.

Find out more after the jump.

Well, this just keeps getting a little more strange as the day goes on. Earlier, #IFWT reported about Rachel Dolezal portraying herself as a black woman until her mother recently blew her spot and let us know that she is actually of Czech and German ethnicity. A video has surfaced that shows Dolezal’s husband dedicating an original song to their love and marriage. LOL! Now, we don’t really know if the husband was aware of his wife’s lie to the public; but if he wasn’t, will he still want her for the “rest of his life?” Check out the video below!

Rest Of My Life…


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Just because you get the tan, and the hair does not mean that you are Black, but for Rachel Dolezal, it has worked up until this point. Dolezal has made her rounds in Washington, Baltimore and many other white cop on Black kid killing cities, to fight the good fight for non-vilence and equal rights. However, she has been doing so under a false misrepresentation.

During an interview, Dolezal was asked by a reporter if she was actually black. The reporter questioned her after a ‘family photo‘ of she, and her dad.

“Is that your dad?”

“Yeah, that’s…that’s my dad.”

“This man right here’s your father? Right there?”

“You have a question about that?”

“Yes ma’am, I was wondering if your dad really is an African-American man.”

“That’s a very — I mean, I don’t know what you’re implying.”

“Are you African-American?”

“I don’t understand the question of — I did tell you that, yes, that’s my dad. And he was unable to come in January.”

“Are your parents…are they white?”

Around the eight minute mark is when the confrontation begins.

Seems to be that her own mother, Ruthanne Dolezal outed her, with birth certificate proof. Apparently, after the 37-year-old academic expert on African-American culture – professor at Eastern Washington University – had trouble with her identity after her mother adopted four Black children.

“Her effectiveness in the causes of the African-American community would have been so much more viable, and she would have been more effective, if she had just been honest with everybody,” Ruthanne told a local newspaper.

With allegations floating in the air, and her hand in previous campaigns with the community, Mayor David Condon and City Council President Ben Stuckart issued a statement. “We…take very seriously the concerns raised regarding the chair of the independent citizen police ombudsman commission.” The city is checking to see if she has violated any policies.

CNN made an attempt to reach Dolezal and her parents for comment, but to no avail.

Check out the more Caucasian Rachel Dolezal in the gallery above.

QUESTION: If Bruce can become an accepted Caitlyn, why can’t Rachel become and accepted Black woman?