Zahara Jolie-Pittthe daughter of the former celebrity couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pittshe joined the first black sorority in history, Alpha Kappa Alpha.
The celebratory reception, where professors, family members and friends of the students were invited, was also attended by the proud mother and her sons Maddox and Pax.
Angelina perceives acceptance into a sorority (or fraternity) as an important affirmation of social status.
The video of Zahara’s initiation attracted attention on social media, especially her words:
“My name is Zahara Marley Jolie. I came all the way from the land of gold, from the city full of angels: Los Angeles, California.”
The Spelman School in Atalanta, where Zahara, adopted in Ethiopia, enrolled, is one of the most prestigious universities, which was one of the first to offer an academic path to girls with African roots.
For Angelina, her daughter’s choice was very important, as she wants all her adopted children to be aware of their roots.
However, it did not go unnoticed that the 18-year-old did not mention her father’s last name during her public appearance, although he is proud of his daughter’s achievement:
“It’s wonderful, really wonderful,” the actor commented on her entry to a magazine reporter People he also said that he is proud of his daughter and that she will definitely shine during her studies.
Zahara is said to not be on the best of terms with Brad. She reportedly broke off contact with him because of her brothers Madox and Pax, who haven’t communicated with him in years.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt broke up after twelve years of marriage, having been married for only two years.
After the divorce, several fronts were opened between the spouses, Angelina accused Brad of domestic violence and alcoholism, and they agreed for a long time regarding custody of the children.
They are still at loggerheads over the ownership of the Mirval estate in France, which the ex-spouses bought when they were still a couple, with Angelina selling her share to a Russian tycoon, which Brad does not agree with.