Sean King was trending on Twitter early Wednesday, after Samaria Rice allowed him to get her in Lengthy post on Instagram. Samaria wrote two paragraphs accusing the well-known activist of stealing it “to kill [her] Ibn “by collect money In the name of Tamer Rice without her permission. The post, which was published on Tuesday evening, came after Shawn released an episode of his podcast The Breakdown With Shaun King about their conversation.
“Why do you think it is so important to tell people that we had a conversation,” Samaria wrote. “Well, we talked and all that was said was very toxic and uncomfortable for me to hear that you raised extra money.”
Samaria also revealed that it never allowed Sean to raise money. She claims that the reason he did not ask for permission or tell her to collect the donation was because he did not want to “harass” her.
“Besides the United States, you robbed me to kill my son,” Samaria wrote.
She continued to accuse Sean of being a “white man who behaves in black” and could not be “trusted”. On the other hand, Sean painted their conversation in a completely different light saying that it was “highly needed”.
“I learned alot,” podcast description says. “Listen a lot. Share my heart. We pledged that we will continue to struggle for justice and accountability for Tamir.”
As of Wednesday, the episode will no longer run on Shaun’s website, The North Star, or available on other streaming platforms such as Apple Podcasts.
As I mentioned earlier, the Ministry of Justice Refuse to indict Two Cleveland police officers, Timothy Lohmann and Frank Garmback, are involved in Tamir’s death. The department said the video quality was too poor to determine exactly what happened to Tamer.
Tamir’s story went viral after people learned that the 12-year-old was shot and killed by Timothy and Frank while playing outside with a pellet pistol in 2014.
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