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Candace Owens showed up at the Topanga Canyon home of Patrisse Cullors with a film crew on Saturday.

Cullors immediately hopped online to complain that the conservative activist was knocking on her door and harassing her.

Cullors said it was "unacceptable and it's dangerous for anybody, any stranger, to come outside of my house."

On Friday, Owens released video footage proving she did not harass or intimidate the Black Lives Matter co-founder.

The footage shows Owens standing politely outside the front gate while speaking with a security guard over an intercom.

Owens captioned the video:

"BREAKING! I am pre-releasing the footage of me showing up at one of Black Lives Matter founder’s, Patrisse Cullors, multiple mansions. Remember she fake cried and said I harassed her? LIAR. I kindly spoke to a white security guard (who remained silent) through a gate."

Owens and other journalists accuse Cullors of using BLM funds to enrich herself. She reportedly owns five million-dollar homes which she purchased over the last five years.

Owens went to Cullors home to ask if she misappropriated funds meant for Black Lives Matter.

Cullors previously stated a $6 million mansion she bought in Saudio City, CA. was used for BLM purposes and a "safe space" for Black people.
 




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Shaun King and his family packed their bags and fled their $800,000 Brooklyn home overnight after media outlets revealed his address.

Social media users criticized King after news outlets revealed that he lived in a 5-bedroom, 3,000 square foot home in North Brunswick.

As news began circulating that the transracial Twitter activist lived in a home worth $842,000, Tamir Rice's mother, Samaria Rice, called him out and accused him of funding his lavish lifestyle off her son's name.

12-year-old Tamir was shot and killed by a police officer while playing with a toy gun in a Cleveland, Ohio park.
 
READ ALSO: Shaun King deletes his Twitter after Tamir Rice’s mom called him a white man
 

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It wasn't long before pictures of King's home began circulating on Twitter.

On his private Instagram page, King wrote a lengthy post complaining that he was forced to leave his home.

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He claimed the house was in his wife, Rai King's name. King, pictured with Rai, previously reported that he hired security guards for his family's safety.

He wrote:

"Today, I've had to make a heartbreaking decision. After a combination of Fox News, the NY Post, and other outlets posted pictures of my home across the Internet, we've now seen our address posted all over the Internet. Strangers have already started coming by the house. My kids can't even go outside and play during the final month of summer break. So, we're moving.

"I suppose it might always be this way. I don't know. My wife bought this home, her first, after working her ass off for 20+ years. It took her nearly a year to even be able to purchase it.

"It was a quiet and peaceful refuge for her, for our 5 kids, for the dogs, and for our mothers. And it wasn't excessive. Again, she got a literal FHA loan to purchase it. I'm not even on the loan. But now we're not safe. And will never be safe here again. I'm so hurt for them. I've had to endure seeing my wife cry multiple times this week over the devastation of it all.

"I'll be honest with you. I'm going to be bitter over this for a very long time."

King, who was born to Caucasian parents, is best known for masquerading as a Black civil rights activist.

He is universally scorned for raising donations for Black people killed by white officers, but the families never see the money.

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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris shared advice for people taking advantage of the government's Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

Harris noted the empty racks and shelves at high end stores, and he advised his followers to stop spending money on brand names and buy property instead.

"All y'all getting all this money from the government... ain't no more mink coats in the stores. And it's summertime - ain't that some sh*t? Ain't no more Cartiers. It ain't no more Louboutins, no more Louis [Vuitton]... Go get you some property please! Please y'all, go buy some property."

T.I. held up a baseball cap with the word "Owner$hip" on the front, before urging his followers to buy a "patch of dirt" in their neighborhood. "It ain't got to have a house on it," he said. "Just buy it. Just buy it and hold it.

In unrelated news, there are reports that federal agents are knocking on doors and arresting people who fraudulently obtained unemployment benefits using false information.

Residents in California report that agents are disguised as utility workers and census workers to catch people who committed unemployment fraud.
 

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