Black Lives Matter co-founder and multi-millionaire, Patrisse Cullors, funneled business to a company called Trap Heals which is ran by Damon Turner, the baby daddy to Cullors only child, the Daily Caller News Foundation reported.
Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation partnered with Trap Heals within days after the company formed and quickly became the charity’s "lead developer of the art & cultural effort," according to records obtained by the Daily Caller.
Trap Heals was paid $238,000 to livestream election night and for consulting services by two activist groups that are both led by Cullors, Federal Elections Commission records exposed.
Campaign finance records also exposed that Reform LA Jails, another group led by the BLM co-founder, paid Trap Heals a total of $90,000 between 2019 and 2020.
Reform LA Jails was recently under fire after it was exposed that the group had been spending their time going on lavish retreats to luxury resorts in Malibu, dropping $26,000 on a single trip.
The luxury life-style is nothing new for self-described Marxist and multi-millionaire, Patrisse Cullors. The BLM co-founder has purchased multiple homes across the country since 2016 for a grand total of $3.2 million. According to the group’s campaign finance records, Reform LA Jails paid Janaya and Patrisse Consulting upwards of $20,000 a month. The consulting firm is co-owned by Cullors.
The Daily Caller News Foundation reported that Cullors identified Damon Turner as the father of her only child in 2019 on social media. "This past decade I healed my relationship with @iamdamonturner," Cullors wrote in and Instagram post. "We entered the decade developing a friendship and then having a baby."
According to the Daily Caller, Trap Heals was founded by Turner on Oct. 9, 2018, just days before it partnered with BLM Global Network at the Oct. 13 and 14 Afropunk festival, California business records show. Turner is the sole manager of Trap Heals, according to an Oct. 21, 2018, business filing to the California Secretary of State.
Black Lives Matter Inc. went under fire this past year after local groups across the country reported they had received no financial assistance despite the company raking in over $90 million in 2020.