Sexy Nancy, What Have You Done? Pelosi’s Down-Low Black Girl Past!

Nancy Pelosi and uncredited dance partners, SOUL TRAIN circa 1972.

VEN (HOLLYWOOD) — Everyone knows the story of how Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) became the first white girl to dance on the immensely popular African-American music-dance television program SOUL TRAIN in the early 1970s, and how her decade-long affair with the show’s host and executive producer Don Cornelius helped  launch a career in politics spanning two centuries and 12 presidents.

What you probably didn’t know is that Congresswoman Pelosi — or Shironda P as she was known on the show — spent 6 years — from 1971-1976 — passing as a black girl from Watts!

A fly Shironda P. and Jeffrey Daniel gettin” down!

“Hell, everybody knew she was white,” former choreographer Claymore Peoples told VEN‘s Senior Entertainment Correspondent Godfrey Cambridge Friday.

“I mean you could smell the shoe polish a mile away.  Finally one of the makeup artists took her to Kresge’s and got her some grease paint and cold cream and a Angela Davis afro wig.

“That’s when she caught Don’s eye.  And the rest — as they say — is history.  Now they all sayin’ she should resign for cultural misappropriation, whatever the f*** that is,  and lyin’ about pretending to be black.

Shironda P sporting new Kresge’s Afro circa 1971.

“Hell, she was more black than Shaun King or Barack Obama.  And a better dancer than Sheila Jackson Lee!

“The girl had game!   Shironda P doin’ the boogaloo.  Damn, how I  miss those times!”

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