As you've probably heard by now, civil rights activist and former NAACP president Rachel Dolezal has been accused of lying about being black.
After several days of lying low, Dolezal has granted a series of interviews to NBC and MSNBC in which she defends her place in the black community.
Yesterday, Dolezal told Matt Lauer that she identifies as black, regardless of her actual ethnic heritage.
Last night, Dolezal revealed to Savannah Guthrie that she doubts the people who raised her are actually her birth parents, and implied that she believes she may be of African descent.
In the clip above, Dolezal uses the same evasive language that's given her a distinct con artist vibe throughout her bizarre scandal.
"I know who raised," Doleszal says. "I haven't had a DNA test. There's been no biological proof that Larry and Ruthanne are my biological parents."
Fortunately, a DNA test should be easy enough to arrange. We're guessing it'll be featured in a cliffhanger, two-part episode of the Rachel Dolezal reality show.
No, seriously. She's trying to land a reality show. This is the world we live in.