In a luxurious five-bedroom, 3,000 square foot lakeside mansion in New Jersey, Black Lives Matter leader Shaun King, who professes to fight for the poor and oppressed, is living his life large.
An crusader for black lives, Shaun King, has been living large in a beautiful lakeside property in New Jersey with five bedrooms and 3,000 square feet of space.
A statue of George Floyd was vandalised, but King wanted statues of Jesus pulled down. He left his downtown Brooklyn apartment in early 2021. New York Post: “The property, surrounded by lush, towering trees, was acquired in November 2020 for $842,000 by King’s wife, Rai-Tonicia King.”
This 3,000 square foot home in North Brunswick, New Jersey, is said to include five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
King, on the other hand, is not without his detractors, who accuse him, among other things, of various violations of openness.
Cleveland police fatally shot Tamir Rice, whose mother, Samaria Rice, has publicly criticised King for seeking donations in Tamir’s name without first informing her. King has now apologised. According to Rice, “God will deal with you because you’re a selfish, self-centered person.”
The “Justice Together Coalition,” which he founded and then abandoned in 2015, has also drawn criticism from former members. On Medium, a number of former members published an open letter.
Because of his self-proclaimed paranoia, “he muzzled dissent without meaningful discussion, terminated volunteers who spoke out and failed to meet his arbitrary deadlines for involvement in the job, and refused to delegate or discuss anything of importance with the organization,” the letter reads.