At a time when many people are questioning where all the money from BLM donations has gone, it’s probably not a good idea to buy a $1.4 million-dollar home. And if you do, don’t be surprised if a few eyebrows get raised.


That’s the situation BLM co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors is now in.

The 37-year-old activist just dropped a cool $1.4 million on a swanky pad in California.

Being an “activist” really pays off, right?

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And besides the cost of the house, the location has raised a few more eyebrows as well.

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Kahn-Cullors is now living in a very elite “white” area of Cali called Topanga, which has a black population of only 1.4 percent.

This isn’t to suggest people can’t choose to live where they want – of course, they can – it’s just some find it ironic, given the “white supremacist” rhetoric that frequently comes from the BLM camp.

From The Dirt

A secluded mini-compound tucked into L.A.’s rustic and semi-remote Topanga Canyon was recently sold for a tad more than $1.4 million to a corporate entity that public records show is controlled by Patrisse Khan-Cullors, 37-year-old social justice visionary and co-founder of the galvanizing and, for some, controversial Black Lives Matter movement.

Kahn-Cullors, a UCLA and USC graduate married about five years ago to social activist (and amateur boxer) Janaya Khan, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto, created the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag in 2013 in response to George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the 2012 shooting of Trayvon Martin. Since then, the largely decentralized movement has been at the influential forefront on issues of police brutality and racially motivated violence against Black people, particularly in the wake of George Floyd’s killing last summer that sparked massive protests across the United States and around the globe. Kahn-Cullors’ published “When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir” in 2018.

A winding 15 minute drive from The Commons at Calabasas and a slightly longer and somewat less serpentine drive from Malibu’s Getty Villa, the pint-sized compound spans about one-quarter of an acre. The property’s not-quite 2,400 square feet is divided between the a three-bedroom and two-bath main house and a separate one-bed/one-bath apartment capable of hosting guests long term with a private entry and a living room with kitchenette.

Here are photos of the home:

Here are some of the comments from people:

“Now we see where people’s donations have gone. This is why you don’t donate to a movement that doesn’t need money. They just kept the donations to live the life of luxury”

“The real outrage should be a 2400 sq ft house that’s $1.4M.”

“Revealed preference is powerful. A lot of the people yapping the loudest about social justice are the most sheltered, insulated people. My friend is a self-proclaimed SJW, but used to take the longer route driving to campus to avoid going through Paterson, NJ.”

“Y’all got played and will keep getting played”

“The benefits of the perfect grift”

“The struggle is real”

“Buying a $1.4 million home in Minnesota would basically get you a mansion. It’s crazy how expensive it is to live in California.”

“To me it’s not so much about the price of the house, although that seems very high. İt’s more shocking to know that in that neighborhood only 1.4% is black. That’s quite shocking.”

“Its all about money”

“People need to wake up. We are all being played against each other by wealthy elites.”

I think that last person summed it up best.


We’re all being played by wealthy elites – and the skin color doesn’t matter.

It’s class warfare happening, where the elites of all colors and religions are wreaking havoc on the rest of us – and it’s all by design and it’s tearing us apart.

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