Patrisse Cullors, the former leader of Black Lives Matter, has been quietly dropped from her multi-year deal with Warner Bros. Television Group. The deal, which began in 2020, was supposed to include black stories for children’s content and scripted and unscripted series, among other materials. However, not a single show was produced throughout the deal, according to sources. The end of her contract in October 2022 was in contrast to an interview she gave in January 2022 about her various documentary projects. Cullors resigned from Black Lives Matter in May 2021, a month after reports of her purchasing $3.2 million worth of properties surfaced.
“She ripped off people and now is now laughing in their faces.”