Afro-Latina Activist “Jess LaBombera” Turns Out To Be A White Jew


A popular activist who pretended to be a Latina woman has been unmasked as a racial fraud!

 In 2015, when Rachel Dolezal revolutionized the term “transracial,” people could not believe that white folk were out here playing black in plain sight.

Years later, people are still wondering which one is more confusing: that she did it or no one clocked her?

In 2020, amid COVID-19 and the undergird of Black Lives Matter protests every which way, another white woman has emerged faking jacks and claiming to be of African descent.

New Yorker and popular social justice activist Jessica La Bombera has just confessed that she is not Afro-Latina as she claimed. She’s a white Jewish woman named Jessica A. Krug.

In A opened letter titled, “The Truth, and the Anti-Black Violence of My Lies,” she poured out the following:

“To an escalating degree over my adult life, I have eschewed my lived experience as a white Jewish child in suburban Kansas City under various assumed identities within a Blackness that I had no right to claim: first North African Blackness, then US rooted Blackness, then Caribbean rooted Bronx Blackness. I have not only claimed these identities as my own when I had absolutely no right to do so — when doing so is the very epitome of violence, of thievery and appropriation, of the myriad ways in which non-Black people continue to use and abuse Black identities and cultures — but I have formed intimate relationships with loving, compassionate people who have trusted and cared for me when I have deserved neither trust nor caring,” Jessica A. Krug wrote.

“People have fought together with me and have fought for me, and my continued appropriation of a Black Caribbean identity is not only, in the starkest terms, wrong — unethical, immoral, anti-Black, colonial — but it means that every step I’ve taken has gaslighted those whom I love,” she continued.

While she did admit that she had no right to assume an existence of a person of color, there were other things that she (and we all agree) does fit her:

“I am not a culture vulture. I am a culture leech … I am a coward.”

She also wrapped it up (but not really because she kept going on over and over again) by saying:

“No white person, no non-Black person, has the right to claim proximity to or belonging in a Black community by virtue of abuse, trauma, non-acceptance, and non-belonging in a white community.”



Wiley has offered up an apology for his recent kind of.

In a recent interview with U.K. outlet Sky Media, the Godfather of Grime opened up about his recent Twitter outburst that resulted in a ton of backlash from fans and a fallout with his management company. While he clarified he’s not racist, he apologized for “generalizing” but didn’t necessarily walk back his original sentiments.

“I’m not racist, I’m a business man,” he began. “I want to apologize for generalizing, number one. And I want to apologize for comments that were looked at as anti-Semitic.”

He continued on and later doubled down on his original comments, including his disdain for longtime enemy Drake.

“It’s systemic racism from their side!” he said. “What do you think? And that man [Drake] and a community of Jewish lawyers and thingy have made me feel that way. Yes they have. They’ve made me feel that way – not antisemitic; they’ve made me feel angry and upset because they are showing me the systemic racism and privilege that they’re allowed to use on us.”

In a series of since deleted-tweets posted, Wiley likened the Jewish community to the KKK, among other things.

“Ther are 2 sets of people who nobody has really wanted to challenge #Jewish & #KKK,” he wrote. “But being in business for 20 years you start to understand [sic] why … Red Necks Are the KKK and Jewish People are the Law…Work that out. Get that anti semetic bullshit out of here and take @drake with you on god. Everything I am saying is the reason drake can’t have black excellence ….Ask Diddy or jay z.”

Nick Cannon has also come under fire for anti-Semitic comments recently and was fired from Viacom CBS as a result.

Facebook Deactivates Wiley’s IG And Facebook Accounts Over Anti-Semitic Rant


Social media platforms are no longer tolerating platinum-selling rapper Wiley’s water-shedding of insults against the Jewish community, and have made moves to protect others from his ethnically-directed hate speech.

Days after British rapper Wiley went on an almost 12-hour anti-Semitic rant on Twitter, Facebook has deleted his personal account on their main social media platform and Instagram.

Apparently, the “Godfather of Grime” carried over his venom against the Jews from one platform to the next. According to the BBC, several posts were found under his birth name, Richard Kylea Cowie that referred to celebrities of Jewish descent in a derogatory manner.

Wiley wrote: “Listen Golders Green ring my sister and let’s meet asap…David Baddiel come and talk to my face…” and “Who called the police? Are you from Golders Green? I am coming to sit down with you… Labyrinth you could come along as you have forgotten what colour you are…”

Though he misspelled his name, it was clear that he was referring to Labrinth, an East London emcee who checked Wiley over the weekend for his defiant stance that offended millions of his fans.

A representative said that he was removed because he was in “repeated violation” of the company’s policy on hate speech.

Facebook’s Community Standards (12) reads as such:

” We do not allow hate speech on Facebook because it creates an environment of intimidation and exclusion and in some cases may promote real-world violence”

“We define hate speech as a direct attack on people based on what we call protected characteristics — race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, caste, sex, gender, gender identity, and serious disease or disability. We protect against attacks on the basis of age when age is paired with another protected characteristic and also provide certain protections for immigration status. We define attack as violent or dehumanizing speech, statements of inferiority, or calls for exclusion or segregation. We separate attacks into three tiers of severity, as described below.”

Several of Wiley’s tweets were taken down and his Twitter account was suspended – initially a temporary measure – after he went on an tirade, One tweet read: “I don’t care about Hitler, I care about black people”, and compared the Jewish community to the Ku Klux Klan. Most of the posts spread anti-Semitic tropes.