Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has completed expensive renovations to her $1.4million Los Angeles mansion, just days after Kayne West called BLM a “scam.”
The 2,380-square-foot property sits in Topanga Canyon, an upmarket area of Los Angeles.
Since Patrisse purchased the property in 2021, her home has undergone multiple renovations.
The most recent additions included a newly-fitted sauna and plunge pool.
Last year, a new fence was built around the mansion for $35,000.
Cullors stepped down as executive director of Black Lives Matter in 2022 after it was revealed that she amassed an extensive range of property investments, despite declaring herself a “trained Marxist.”
Cullors owns four residential properties in predominantly white upscale California and Georgia neighbourhoods.
Cullors said questions about her properties are ‘right-wing bullying,’ arguing her homes were purchased with the financial windfall from book deals and speaking events.
The Daily Fetched reported on Friday that Sharon Osbourne greed with Kanye West that BLM is a “scam” and demanded a refund of $900,000 she had already donated to the movement.
“Well, we gave $900,000 to [Black Lives Matter], and I’d like my money back, please,” she told a reporter.
Osbourne did not say specifically that she wanted a refund but expressed confusion surrounding the outrage over West’s fashion show in Paris.
“I don’t understand why white lives don’t matter,” she asked.
Earlier this week, Kanye West faced fire from the liberal left after he wore a “White Lives Matter” t-shirt at Paris fashion week.
The shirt, featuring a photo of Pope John Paul II on the front, was worn by models on the catwalk, West, and political commenter Candace Owens, a guest at the show.