‘Black Lives Saved = 0’: BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors debuts bizarre ‘performance art’

Patrisse Cullors, the scandal-ridden co-founder of Black Lives Matter (BLM) dressed a bunch of women in white, tied them together by their hair, and paraded them around UCLA to the Fowler Museum in solidarity with “Ori” strength.

“Known as Ori Whispers,” DailyMail.com reports, “the performance marked the opening of the museum’s exhibition centering on the Yoruba diaspora – people from Nigeria, Benin, and Togo in West Africa who have moved across the Atlantic to Brazil, Cuba and the US.”

Barefoot and with a solemn stare, Cullors led the procession of eight other women to mark the opening of the Fowler Museum’s new exhibit: “The House Was Too Small: Yoruba Sacred Arts from Africa and Beyond.”

“Artist and abolitionist Patrisse Cullors will contribute a live performance and an installation titled Free Us, a multimedia work that unveils the resilience of these pan-Atlantic Yoruba divinities,” the museum stated on its website.

Unimpressed, one user on X noted, “Black Lives Saved = 0.”

But, according to DailyMail.com, the museum loved it, calling Cullors’ performance a “visually and spiritually dynamic procession” and a “celebration of Black femme Ori strength and power.”

For those unaware, the museum defines “Ori” as “a Yoruba metaphysical concept tying together the themes of ‘consciousness, individuality, and spiritual intuition,'” DailyMail.com explains.

(Video: DailyMail.com)

As BizPac Review reported, in May 2022, a released batch of tax filings showed that Cullors paid extravagant fees to friends and family for “consulting services” and chartered private planes with money taken from BLM donations.

The documents revealed that BLM paid a whopping $970,000 to a company owned by Damon Turner, reportedly Cullors’ baby daddy, for producing live events and providing “creative services.” Cullors’ brother, Paul Cullors, saw a score of $840,000 for providing “security service” for the BLM Foundation.

Cullors had resigned from BLM the previous year after news broke that BLM bought a lavish six-million-dollar mansion in Los Angeles.

“Now, Black Lives Matter’s national organization is at risk of going bankrupt after its finances plunged $8.5million into the red last year – while simultaneously handing multiple staff seven-figure salaries,” DailyMail.com reports, adding that just “33 percent of Black Lives Matter’s accumulated donations of $90 million found its way to charitable causes.”

“The group doled out around $30 million between 2020 and 2022, during which time it collected $90 million in donations as it promoted itself as the preeminent civil rights organization in the US,” the outlet states.

“Everything and Anything can now be labeled ‘Art,'” said one user on X in response to Cullors’ performance. “Maybe BLM was just a Performance Art Piece?”



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