Rachel Dolezal is still trolling Black people. The white lady—new name, Nkechi Amare Diallo—who identifies as Black created a hoodie to protest H&M’s racist ad, and it comes gift wrapped in struggle and audacity.

Instead of “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle” like H&M’s now infamous hoodie from its headass ad, Dolezal created a green hoodie with the words “Coolest Prince In The Hood” across the chest.

Of course, this was problematic considering not all little Black boys like the one in the original ad live in the “hood.”  She deleted that one, but this is the Internets.

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TSR STAFF: Avah Taylor @avah_taylor ________________________________________ #Roomies, 2018 just started and #RachelDolezal is already out here doing the most. This time, she's selling a "protest" hoodie to counter H&M's racist ad depicting a black child model wearing a "Coolest Monkey In The Jungle" hoodie. Instead, her version says "Coolest Prince In the Hood." _________________________________________ In a now-deleted Instagram post, Rachel explained her motives, claiming she "had to" do it because her son was called a "monkey" in the second grade. ____________________________________________ "After educating the school officials about the historical context of the slur & demanding they operate under a zero tolerance policy for this type of harassment, the student was suspended," she wrote. "But, due to his parents being "offended" that he was disciplined for calling my son a racial slur, they pulled him from public school and homeschooled him." She continued, "This hits home with many of us moms, I'm sure… So, I spent today designing this new hoodie that my little son will be wearing with pride." __________________________________________ But after getting dragged on social media, Rachel changed the slogan to "Coolest Prince In The World." And just in case anyone was wondering, she says all proceeds from the sales of the "protest" hoodie will— read more at!

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The new version of her struggle design reads “Coolest Prince in The World.” Want to guess where all the proceeds from the sales are going? Spoiler: her bank account.

Why is Rachel Dolezal still in the paint? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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