Wyclef, a HAITIAN, steals from his own

Save the Tears Wyclef, where’s Haiti’s money?

HAITI (Naked Departure) — Wyclef’s Haiti Charity Is Now Defunct After Mishandling $16M In Donations.   BLACK on BLACK crime.  At least he won’t be handling any of the Hurricane Matthew charity monies…, if there is any.

Wyclef Jean’s Yéle Haiti charity, once what the singer said was the country’s “greatest asset and ally” is now defunct and in debt.

The charity’s collapse comes after years ofaccusations of mishandled funds, which amounted to a reported $16 million following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.

“Yéle was small before the earthquake, with only $37,000 in assets,” reports The New York Times. “Immediately afterward, money started pouring in. Mr. Jean said he raised $1 million in 24 hours when he urged his Twitter followers to text donations.”

Instead of funds going directly to the cause, The Times reports that the organization spent much of its money on “offices, salaries, consultants’ fees and travel,” as well as pay for Jean’s family, friends and defense attorneys.

“If I had depended on Yéle,” said Diaoly Estimé, whose orphanage features a wall painting of Mr. Jean and his wife, “these kids would all be dead by now.”

Between 2005-2009, the charity spent “$256,580 in illegitimate benefits to Mr. Jean and other Yéle board and staff members as well as improper or potentially improper transactions.”

One “improper” use of funds included doling out $30,763 to fly Lindsay Lohan to a fundraiser that raised $66,000 and spending $57,927 on private jets to fly Matt Damon and other celebs to Haiti.

Following the earthquake in 2010, Yéle spent $9 million of their $16 million in donations on office space and salaries.

Jean himself took $100,000 to perform a charity concert and has given his relatives paychecks of over half a million dollars for unspecified work.

Not to mention, The Smoking Gun posted documents showing that the group made payments of over $100,000 to Jean’s alleged mistress.

At the end of August, Derek Q. Johnson, Yéle’s chief executive, announced his resignation to supporters, saying “As the foundation’s sole remaining employee, my decision implies the closure of the organization as a whole.” (Jean disaffiliated with the charity to run for president of Haiti in 2010–which he was later disqualified from because he lives in New Jersey.)

According to The Times, Johnson, a former Time Warner exec, resigned “after Jean declined to accept a settlement proposed by the attorney general covering the charity’s pre-earthquake activities …The settlement would have required Mr. Jean and the two other Yéle founders to pay $600,000 in restitution ‘to remedy the waste of the foundation’s assets.'”  (Source: BusinessInsider)

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12 thoughts on “Save the Tears Wyclef, where’s Haiti’s money?”

  1. Wyclef. The Lord will deal with you accordingly vengance is the Lord’s. You and you alone will be answering for your own salvation


    1. @Hyprocrites

      You know!!!

      All charitable organizations steal the blasted money collected. The money ends up in the pockets of the 1%.

      Haiti has about 10,000 NGOs…10,000!!!!!! And NOTHING has changed in that country. Why? Because all of them are stealing from the population. All the foundations or any organization collecting funds for Haiti are merely stealing for the PTB. Look in to how much the Clinton’s Foundation collected for Haiti after the earthquake and then stole all the money. Truth. And who pray tell was by the side of Clinton, Bush in appealing for aid for Haiti in 2010? Obama….another wolf in sheep’s clothing. Understand your enemy. It is truly sickening.

      The situation in Haiti, going back decades now, is what prompted me to search for truth. There is no reasonable explanation for the situation that country finds itself in. All the vultures, for decades, have been keeping the country in the state it is in. What about the massive amounts of the drugs that are funneled through that country? Who benefits? That is the most important question when assessing ANY situation. Always.

      We are being lied to, no matter which country one lives in.

      Understand your enemy otherwise you will get fooled each and every time.


  2. Hey, I am not hearing anyone speaking to the great debacle in the form of the Clinton’s Foundation and the unaccounted US$1B which was collected for the Haitian people after the massive earthquake.

    Mind you, the Haitian people have not seen a cent either.

    Only the Haitian people can save the Haitian people.


    1. @Chass!!!

      We ALL must save Haiti. Because, trust, it is coming to a neighborhood near you. Soon. As a matter of fact the ball has been rolling in that direction for a very long time now. But….since we are like the frog being slowly boiled until it is too late, the majority of people can’t see the forest for the trees.


  3. He want killing….no killing too good for he.. I would lock he in a box in Haiti until the next hurricane season and place he right on the land tht always slipping… Feed he bare mud pies and no water… Blasted black thief… All types of white people out there and u gine thief from poor black people yah ugly c–t


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