Granddaughter of Singer Nina Simone Says Harris ‘Bullied’ Her Mother

A rather serious charge has come from the granddaughter of singer Nina Simone, ReAnna Simone Kelly.

According to Kelly, Kamala Harris has not been kind to her family.

Kelly made some very serious allegations against Harris of bullying and coming “for my family.”

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Simone was a singer, songwriter, musician, and civil rights activist who died at the age of 70 in France, for those of you not familiar.

Born in North Carolina, she surely saw her fair share of racism and battles coming up.

Her family surely thought they were past that when Kamala Harris came into their lives.

Kelly ripped Harris, making the announcement on Twitter, stating, “Nina’s granddaughter here. My family doesn’t run her estate anymore. It was taken away from us [and] given to white people.

“Our family name was DRAGGED in the media.

“We get NO royalties, nothing. Wanna hold someone accountable?

“Ask Kamala Harris why she came for my family.”

A 2016 settlement regarding the issue stated, “The Attorney General asserts that [Lisa Simone] Kelly breached her fiduciary duty to the Estate and to the Charitable Trust and wrongfully diverted Estate assets.

“The Attorney General seeks to surcharge Kelly for amounts totaling $5,937,749.42 plus over $2.5 million in interest, which the Attorney General contends is far more than one-half of the Estate’s value during [Lisa Simone] Kelly’s administration of the Estate.”

For someone that pretends to be for both women and people of color, these are pretty damning statements from Kelly.

Now let’s see how the mainstream media reacts and if Harris is put on the spot regarding these allegations.

Source: Fox News

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