(aka Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Syrup Queen)
Queen Tiye was one of Egypt’s most powerful queens during the18th dynasty (1398–1338 BC). It was said that she ruled equally with her husband, Pharaoh Amenhotep III. She was the mother of Akhenaten and grandmother of both Tutankhamun and Ankhsenamun.
Many scholars also say that she was a Nubian of African descent. Because we know so little about our history here in America, and what we are taught is not being taught by black educators, the name has been changed to protect the IGNORANT. Queen Tiye is now known as “Aunt Jemima.”
For all of you who don’t know who Aunt Jemima is, she is the queen of pancake syrup — the one you served to your children without giving it a second thought. Aunt Jemima could have been a queen in Africa, but once she was stripped away from the motherland, her title was changed and she ended up here on a syrup bottle. She is still being sold as a slave. That is why I changed the name to the demeaning title of “Aunt Jemima.” When you don’t know your history, the consequences lead to this!