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Wycleaf Jean's Charity Under Scrutiny AGAIN!

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Oh, this does not look good.

Wyclef Jean's Yele Haiti charity has once again come under fire due to claims that the organization's vice president, Zakiya Khatou-Chevassus, was paid $147,000 in 2009, which is a $42,000 salary increase from her job as consulate in 2008 and $15,000 more than president Hugh Locke!


That's a lot of money being handed out that could have gone to disaster relief!

Let's hope that history isn't repeating itself, bb!

You've gotten yourself into enough trouble with these organizations!


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7 comments to “Wycleaf Jean's Charity Under Scrutiny AGAIN!”

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    and exact reason why i dont donate to charities, because im paying peoples wages

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    Every Charity has really greedy people at the top that make huge bucks $$$$. Governments turn a blind eye, to banks, insurance companies, utilities and all kinds of other crooks.
    They should be run by retired successful CEO's pro bono.

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  4. lolli says – reply to this


    Haitians are notorious crooks! hello they're the poorest country on the western hemisphere for years because they're government is the most corrupt and the people don't do nothing but die for the cause but they die for nothing. too cruel?

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    To Mike and Whoaaa, please look at LeapingStone www.leapingstone.org We are an all volunteer nonprofit. No one takes a salary. We are doing wonderful things for some really deserving kids. Please don't paint all nonprofits with the same brush. BTW, we don't consider ourselves a charity, but a helping hand. The people we are working with are learning to become self sufficient. An important part of our model.

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    Re: lolli – I agree. My father used to have to go to Haiti and the Dominican Republic for work. Even with a body guard, he said he was still scared as shit. I don't know about now, but back in the 80's and 90's the little kids there would walk around with machine guns like any normal kid would walk around with a teddy bear. And there's also a lot of bribery that goes on there. It's like a 3rd World version of LA- all everybody wants to do there is use each other. "What's in it for me?", ya know? When it comes to Wyclef Jean, I can't stand that guy. I never really thought much of him until I heard an interview with him a couple years back. He thinks WAY to highly of himself. And if you think Kanye is conceited, you should here this guy. It sounded as if he thought today's music wouldn't even exist if it wasn't for the fugees- which by the way, I never even knew the name of that group before that interview. I knew of him and Lauren Hill, and I knew of a couple of songs, but that was all. I had no idea who the hell they were.

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