Wyclef Jean tells Oprah he started Yele with $1 million of his own money

Haiti-born, Grammy-winning musician Wyclef Jean appeared on today’s Oprah Winfrey Show, during which he showed personal videos from his trip to Haiti following the Jan. 12 devastating earthquake. Jean also further denied claims that he had used funds from the Yele Haiti foundation for his personal gain. “The attack on me, it basically came because once we started our movement, no one was focused on Yele until they noticed that we [were] raising $1 million a day after the earthquake,” Jean told Oprah. “What that did was it rose a lot of eyebrows.”

He reiterated: “I have never in any form taken payment for myself. As a matter of fact, when I was starting my charity, I put my first million dollars in.”

Jean did admit that mistakes had been made with Yele. “I think definitely when you’re starting a business, it’s important to have the right people around you. When you’re starting a foundation, it’s even more important,” he said. “I think that it was poorly ran, and I think that we have learned from our mistakes. Moving forward, I think we’re going to be stronger than ever.”

He described his hometown of Port-au-Prince after the quake as “an apocalypse” and said “the entire city feels like walking into a morgue.” Still, he did tell Oprah that the spirit of the people was still evident when he visited with his wife and cousin. “People were singing every night. Despite what they were going through they were still singing ‘Amazing Grace,’” he said.

Oprah also welcomed singers Rihanna and Maxwell to perform on today’s episode. Their performances are now available on iTunes to benefit relief efforts in Haiti.

Jean will also co-host Friday’s Hope for Haiti telethon with George Clooney.

Also on EW.com:
Music Mix: Rihanna covers ‘Redemption Song’ for Haiti on Oprah

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  • tlh

    after reading the gawker series it is impossible to come to any other conclusion other than that Yele is a fraud, a front to allow Jean to play the role of Haitian hero while he skims its donations to pay for his own business expenses and lifestyle.

    He also obviously lied about putting a million dollars in, but so far it seems clear that in two years alone – he took out a total of 750,000.

    The rest of the media is too scared to confront this fraud and instead reported about how he cried at the press conference. (where he also told crass jokes to his posse in the back of the room and bragged about being the biggest thing in music 13 years ago…hence the problem, in the last 13 years his income lagged behind his lifestyle – thats why Yele became his ATM.

    Now that his group will raise millions from the telethon – how can we expect this front – to actually act any differently?

    Press corps – do your jobs!

    • MJ

      Where’s the proof? U jus pullin numbers out of your ass.

      • tlh

        ITS ALL AT GAWKER
        The documents, which include internal emails and detailed financial statements for 2005 — the year Yele was founded — show the internal chaos that has afflicted the organization since its founding. Its first executive director, Sanjay Rawal, resigned in October 2005 because, his resignation letter stated, “the sense of entitlement” and “lack of financial commitment from the board”—which consisted at the time of Jean, his cousin Jerry Duplessis, and SAC Capital Advisers trader Seth Kanegis—were “suffocating” Yele Haiti. Another e-mail obtained by Gawker, written by Yele’s current executive director Hugh Locke in 2007, announced that both Locke and his deputy were resigning due to a ethical and business concerns that had caused a “crisis” at Yele Haiti.

        We asked Locke last night in an interview if he could provide details on precisely when, and in what increments, Jean made his $1 million in donations. He replied, “I honestly don’t know how to break that out, and I’m not interested in doing so.” But Locke insisted that Yele was founded with Jean’s money, and that Jean has indeed put more than $1 million in Yele’s operations broadly speaking, even if the donations aren’t channeled officially through the charity—”sometimes he’ll buy a kid in the slums a scooter, and that’s a Yele contribution,” Lock said.
        GO THERE

      • Edjoodelky

        yes he did take all those money

    • RE

      Hear Hear tlh! My thoughts exactly. Those tax documents have made me really grrrrr, I can not believe people are defending this man who on paper appears to have STOLEN from a charity. Just because he is from Haiti and is helping them now does not mean he hasn’t stolen in the past and the accounts speak for themselves. The mainstream media are not confronting it head on and Oprah even answered his questions for him as not to cause confrontation…..someone bring him to justice and give the money back to Haiti

    • Edjoodelky

      thank you… Poorly run you bought a tv station your recording studio paying off Yele … and it’s poorly run be specific… He act like He is the Haitian Hero… I am Haitian i don’t buy any frauds people try to used us

  • Laura

    I will be so pissed if Yele is just a scam. I donated $5 to it. My mistake I guess, I should have given $10 to the Red Cross.

    • Debdee

      Um u betta check the red cross too. I have family in haiti that have told me, the Red Cross is not visible, They have had more help from news reporters. They are frauds too.

      • Laura

        That’s what I heard too. This is infuriating, I just want to give something but I have no clue if it’s actually going to help.

      • tlh

        “You are obviously a huge fan of his who wants his organization to be seen in a less critical way. I can relate since I am from NJ and if there is ever an earthquake there, I only want Springsteen or Bon Jovi to lead the relief efforts. Nobody knows search and rescue and disaster response like a famous musician with local roots”.

      • Natd6783

        You mean the “American Red Cross” or the Haitian Red Cross? What a shame that people will try to slap the hand that feeds them. The United States owes Haiti nothing, but we will rescue them just like any other country on earth during a catastrophe.

  • dee

    How sad. He makes enough money on his own. Why would he need to take advantage of a charitable organization that he started? Sure they should be investigating this. Nice people are donating thinking they are helping and he is using the money to pay for back up singers? Yeah, where is the press on this???

    • Sally in Chicago

      I think everybody is innocent until proven guilty and Wyclef has NOT been proven guilty.
      Most non-profits spend upwards of 85% for administrative costs alone. If you look at the books of some well-named non-profs, keeping staff paid, to hire directors, accountants, etc. cost money, so a lot of their funds go to labor.

      I believe Wyclef. Why would he skim the money? If anything he used the funds as expenses to raise money.

      • tlh

        any charity that spends over 25% on costs shouldnt be trusted.

        Yele has spent from 60% to over 98% on cost as recorded by tax filings avail at smokingun

      • Atlantan

        Wyclef has been working in Haiti for years and has put his sweat and blood into that place. Everybody is always quit to judge because of the media’s action. Why are they so interested in what he is doing now, where were there years ago. This is old news being used to incriminate someone. Grow up!

  • Shannon

    I hope his charity is not a fraud. I think the timing of this investigation is pretty convenient. Haiti is the poorest country in the nation and nobody started caring until the earthquake. Yele’s sole purpose is Haiti while the Red Cross, etc support disasters in general – for them this disaster is a money raising event. I really hope that any individuals or organizations that are collecting money for Haiti do the right thing with it. I pray for those people.

  • char

    ppl r crazy to think that this man who clearly loves his country and before this devastation was on the ground helping his ppl representing his ppl and so damn proud of his heritage would steal from a foundation that he started. its a shame that a person who clearly made some mistakes as we all have would be persecuted for doing something for a country that he loves. apparently none of you have been to haiti and no the corrution that has gone on in that country for so long one man can only do so much and i applaud this man for ALL that he has done. now if you have a problem with the way he is appropriating the funds then send your money elsewhere.

    • Sally in Chicago

      ^ I agree…people can take their money elsewhere. If Wyclef’s org was a fraud, then the FEDS would be up his a***.

      • Bagwhan

        uh, they are up his a^^—-they’re called the IRS and they are’nt done with him just yet. See the SMOKING GUN site for the details of his self indulgence.

      • tlh

        uh…they are.

        he also owes back taxes to nj.

    • Michele

      This news came from a few people who are jealous @ Wyclef stardom, all they have to do is “PERFORM LIKE HIM,BUILD A GOOD REPUTATION,STOP LEANING ON OTHERS’

  • tlh

    the best way for Jean to help is to do what George Clooney is doing: Deploy his celebrity to raise money, and then direct that money to the people who best know how to help. Yele Haiti stands to raise millions of dollars on Friday night as one of five charities participating in the “Hope for Haiti” telethon — vast multiples of the sorts of funds it’s previously had access to. Jean may see this crisis has an opportunity to achieve the ambitions for Yele that he laid out for Winfrey. But it’s not a time for ego.

    It’s time for him to remove himself from the equation. He can offer the millions of dollars that have been pledged to Yele to one of the other worthy organizations that will benefit from Friday’s telethon — Partners in Health, the Red Cross, Oxfam and UNICEF — or others who already have helicopters and trucks in Haiti. It would be a laudatory move, which would assure Yele’s future donors — who are going to be vital if Jean wants to expand and beef up its ongoing programs — that its plans are not interwined with its founder’s ego. The appearance that Yele is attempting to take advantage of this situation to transform itself from a shaky if well-intentioned personal foundation into a disaster relief organization does a great injustice both to Yele’s donors and the Haitians they are trying to help.

    In explaining why he’s been able to raise an astonishing $1 million a day through text donations, Jean told Winfrey that people who wanted to help said, “We’re gonna give our money to Wyclef, because he came from Haiti, he’s been doing this.” That’s a sad and telling misreading of the shocked and horified Americans who want to help. No one wants to give their money to Wyclef. They want to give it to Haiti. And he can help them do that by turning it over to the professionals.

    Giving the money Yele’s raised in the immediate aftermath of the quake to other non-profits would also preserve Jean’s credibility as the most prominent celebrity voice in America when it comes to Haiti. Because he does himself and his homeland a disservice when he goes on Oprah and tells embarrassing lies like, “I put my first $1 million into the charity.” That claim is contradicted both by Yele’s founding executive director and the internal financial documents we reported on earlier today. Or when he flatly — and dishonestly — insists to Winfrey that he has “never in any form taken payment for myself” from Yele, despite clear and repeated evidence to the contrary in Yele’s tax returns and in internal financial documents. Lies do not inspire confidence that Jean and Yele have turned the corner just yet.

  • tlh

    Jean’s Hubris and Yele’s Failures Gawker’s John Cook has been hitting hard with a series of lengthy pieces eviscerating Yele’s work and Jean personally. “Jean’s aspirations for his foundation, Yele Haiti, to be more than just a celebrity vanity project have long been outstripped by realities on the ground,” Cook writes, citing a parade of people familiar with Yele who call the foundation a poorly run “joke.” Cook echoes the “fear that Jean’s celebrity and very real desire to help his homeland are diverting scarce resources from more capable and transparent organizations.” Cooke added, “despite raising somewhere on the order of $1 million per day under the pretense of providing emergency relief, Yele Haiti hasn’t spent one dollar yet on earthquake relief.” Cooke’s most recent recounts, in a detailed 1,800 word piece, the petty personal and financial squabbles during Yele’s start-up.

    • Sally in Chicago

      How does he know it hasn’t been spent on earthquake relief?

      • tlh

        not 1 cent of yeles millions raised has been spent in haiti since quake.

        not 1.

    • Romario

      tlh you and Cook are both just talk what happen after Katrina with all the money they raise, after three months Red Cross going to leave Haiti. Yele Haiti going to stay and rebuild.

      • Debdee

        I’m glad someone knows the RED CROSS are fakes, look at Katrina

      • tlh

        this isnt about the red cross.

        personally, i gave to UNICEF.

  • tlh

    At Monday’s press conference, Jean and Yéle president Hugh Locke reporters that Jean founded the charity with his own money, a fact contradicted by internal Yéle documents acquired by Gawker that also suggest that a tumultuous history of the charity:

    The documents, which include internal emails and detailed financial statements for 2005 — the year Yele was founded — show the internal chaos that has afflicted the organization since its founding. Its first executive director, Sanjay Rawal, resigned in October 2005 because, his resignation letter stated, “the sense of entitlement” and “lack of financial commitment from the board”—which consisted at the time of Jean, his cousin Jerry Duplessis, and SAC Capital Advisers trader Seth Kanegis—were “suffocating” Yele Haiti. Another e-mail obtained by Gawker, written by Yele’s current executive director Hugh Locke in 2007, announced that both Locke and his deputy were resigning due to a ethical and business concerns that had caused a “crisis” at Yele Haiti.

    We asked Locke last night in an interview if he could provide details on precisely when, and in what increments, Jean made his $1 million in donations. He replied, “I honestly don’t know how to break that out, and I’m not interested in doing so.” But Locke insisted that Yele was founded with Jean’s money, and that Jean has indeed put more than $1 million in Yele’s operations broadly speaking, even if the donations aren’t channeled officially through the charity—”sometimes he’ll buy a kid in the slums a scooter, and that’s a Yele contribution,” Lock said.

    According to Jawal’s resignation letter, Jean and other board members contributed little money to Yéle in its first year while having the charity pay their own expenses. “I was the executive director, and I was talking about the leadership of Yele,” Jawal told Gawker in a phone interview. “It’s implied that I was talking about the board, and Jean is on the board. Wyclef has a big heart, and he regularly gave money to Haitians that he met, to pay for things like funeral expenses or what have you. But at that early stage, Yele hadn’t become the conduit for his personal giving. It wasn’t the case when I was there.”

    According to Yéle’s 2005 tax return, the group spent more than $320,000 that year on ‘Program Service Expenses’ in Haiti. But Rawal told Gawker that those programs were paid for by Yéle’s Haitian branch and not its American one, which keeps separate books and filed the tax return:

    Asked directly if Yele Haiti’s American operation sent $320,000 to Haiti in 2005 for trash clean-up, scholarships, and food distribution as the return claims, Rawal said, “No.”

    The Gawker report also details an incident in 2007 when Locke and his deputy resigned from Yéle on the same day. In the letter, Locke writes that he had “reached the limits of the personal, financial and business sacrifices that both I and my wife April are able to make on behalf of Yele Haiti.” According to anonymous sources interviewed by Gawker, Locke repeatedly fronted his money for Yéle events. Obviously, Locke has since returned to the nonprofit. You can read Locke’s full letter here.

  • Creek

    I don’t think he would intentionally defraud his own foundation but if an organization lacks the resources and willpower to do its taxes, then how could it possibly facilitate the funds it receives to help in a situation of this magnitude? There are alternatives. Incompetency is not a crime in and of itself, but I would go with the safer bet.

  • Beth

    So when I first saw the headline, I thought it said he started Yale with $1 million.

    I had no idea tuition had risen that much.

  • Bagwhan

    Wyclef and one of his bandmates wrote checks for 410 thousand dollars to each of themselves. He also claimed a rent expense of 31,000 dollars a month, when the building he’s running the “charity” out of is actually his already being used recording studio and offices. The dude is a classic Haitian Government official type—playing on sympathies of good people and pocketing what he wants for himself…period. Tears, and Oprah and charges that the SMOKING GUN is wrong are all being thrown around..recall the SMOKING GUN site was the site that got Oprahs lying author who did Shattered in a Million Pieces scam a couple years ago.

    The stars lining up behind this Fraud are good hearted but being taken just like the Haitain Govt took us for decades. Its in his blood and culture. He doesnt even think its wrong—he believes what is wrong is that others are asking him about it. Of course he loves his country. but he also loves taking other peoples money too.

    Fraud…Give to Shelter Box or Habitat for Humanity, or find your own honest charity. Recall as well when George Clooney ran the 9-11 Fundraiser very few dollars from there and the Red Cross ever made it to the promised widows.

    Good hearted folks and intentions—but Frauds and bad processes abound.

    • Bagwhan

      You know what—on second thought, and after seeing him again on Oprah tonight, I want to say this…

      There is probably no way now he would rip the money off…not with this kind of scrutiny and expose and now with a real cause for it—its probably very safe to give for he dare not ever take a dime from it—The IRS is one thing, Oprah and her followers are another. He’d be done forever if he takes one more dime for himself..Dude was a thief, but I think now he has seen the light first hand—he steals again, God Himself will deal with him.

      Give till it hurts, even to his Foundation because no way now he steals.

    • tlh

      IN 2005 HE GOT PAID 100 GRAND FOR ONE SHOW FOR YELE.

      AT LEAST 60 GRAND OVER HIS 2002 RATE WHEN HE PLAYED A 10,000 SEAT HALL FOR MUSIC FEST.

      BY 2006, HE WAS PLAYING 1000 SEAT VENUES

    • tlh

      didja know his uncle is now haiti ambassador to un?

    • kelahbee

      @Bagwhan “It’s in his blood and his culture”—-
      What!? Are you implying that corruption is apart of the culture? I know that corruption is present there however, European nations and the United States have played a huge role over the past 200 years.
      Our nations and European nations are the reason why Haiti is so corrupt.
      The US was founded through the genocide of Native Americans and built on the backs of African slaves. Does that mean murder and hatred is a part of YOUR culture & in YOUR blood. You can not call him corrupt based on the history of his country. This man pulled bodies from the rubble himself and you actually believe he has crooked intentions. Someone who wasn’t trying to do the right thing would not go through the trouble of clearing dead bodies in order to save face.

    • Edjoodelky

      Thank you Wyclef is just another Haitian officials crook… Don’t buy his tears..

  • IRONBEETLE

    JUST BY READING YOUR POSTS I SEE THAT NOBODY HAS A REAL CLUE OF HOW CHARITIES WORK, SOME OLD WHITE GUY(Dean Zerbe)YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW SAYS WYCLEF IS DOING WRONG SO THE FIRST THING THAT HAPPENS IN A LOT OF MINDS ON ALL SIDES OF THE COLOR SPECTRUM ONCE REPORTED IS DOUBT,AND THEN THE OLD ADAGE IS, IF IT SHOWS UP IN THE NEWS THERE MUST BE SOME TRUTH TO THE ACCUSATION,PRICELESS.I READ WHERE SOME GENIUS SAID Do what George Clooney is doing: Deploy his celebrity to raise money, and then direct that money to the people who best know how to help.HEY GOOBER WHAT DO YOU THINK HE IS DOING? When we don’t know things we tend to make up stuff to say. here are the facts, the accuser Dean Zerbe, is a company head GOP guy who leads a DC based group that lobbies on the behalf of big business,and larger charitable foundations. He leaked to the press that there were shady things going on with Wyclef’s charity.The IRS investigated and found nothing wrong with what Wyclef Jean has done with his charity.Wyclef is not personally profiting from this at all and he has like a million of his own money in this charity.But this is the usual in our news, media hell our country, its the media not getting there facts straight before dumping some crap out there to ”make news”. And its also about who the news is directly trying to effect with the story, no matter what age block the national media and advertising caters to its biggest demographic and that’s white people here in America, to their issues,concerns,aspirations,and most commonly their fears.It is completely typical corporate racism at its best, but we are urged to forget by our own media that we have lost our wealth as the working class nation while being told to spend more to help the very people who take our money and use it for things like unexplained wars,our banks gambling our money on big deals with no regulation,millions of big bank bonus money payouts for not doing their jobs,and a host of other crap we keep footing the bill for but are too set in our misinformation comas to actually demand more facts from our media so we can as a country have a better collective conscience about the real issues that effect Americans. Ask yourself ”why” would Dean Zerbe, who lobbies for large charities be interested in what Wyclef is doing? Is he looking out for you or himself?

    • tlh

      youre a racist with mental troubles

  • tyson

    as a haitian that was born in haiti and raised. wyclef have done alot for haiti while other country wasnt helping. wyclef even create jobs for the country by hiring people to clean up garbage of the street of port-au-prince. the people in haiti love wyclef more than a the president. i dont like the fact that they tryin accused him. you have to understand that this guy start the charity with his own million dollars. thats how much love he got for his country.

    • tlh

      reade the tax forms and the interview with yeles former director..

      Wycle lied to you and Oprah and all the people of Haiti.. he didnt put up one cent of his own money, while he has taken out hundreds of thousands.

    • RE

      Of course they like him. I like the Pussycat Dolls better than Obama.

  • tim downs

    Normally, a charity is considered to be an illegitimate charity if more than 25% of the money raised goes to expenses. That’s the standard guideline. But more than 50% of Wyclef Jean’s charity’s money goes to pay consultants and caterers at parties, etc. In fact, only 47% of the money goes to charity. In 2007, the last year for which taxes were filed (in summer 2009), the charity spent $569,050, and only $270,000 of it went to “program services” in Haiti. In 2006, it’s even worse, the charity spent $1,038, 528 in total, and only $324,500 going to charity in Haiti. That means that only 31%–or less than a third–of the money spent that year went to charity.
    But the biggest joke is 2005, in which only $1,281 (a tiny fraction of one percent) went to charity in Haiti, out of $549,991 spent on “expenses”–consultants, catering, travel office expenses, etc. A “hurricane relief benefit” held that year in New York raised $50,000, but cost $40,301 to put on, netting less than $10,000 in revenue for the charity.
    And you wonder–since Jean has had a lot of fundraisers attended by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and other movie stars–how much of the $79,126 the charity raised in 2007 was contributed by him. Even if he contributed the whole thing, it’s peanuts, since the foundation pays him and his partner, Jerry DuPlessis –they are both officers of the charity–$31,200 in rent, each year, in 2006 and 2007, for using office space in a building they own through their company, Platinum Sound, which owns and operates recording studios. Their excuse is that they are renting the offices “below market value.” But why aren’t they donating that space–you know, the same way they are asking all of us, who aren’t wealthy pop stars, to donate to Haiti?
    And, then, there’s an additional $100,000 paid to Platinum Sound in 2006, which isn’t explained at all. Add to that the $250,000 Jean’s Foundation paid to Telemax, S.A., in which, the 2006 tax form says, Jean and his partner DuPlessis own a controlling interest, to buy airtime and production services. If you add it all up, Jean and his partner made more money from the charity in 2006–a total of $391,200–than the actual intended recipients did–or $324,500. Again, they use the excuse that the price paid was “below market value.” Uh-huh. Sadly, that excuse doesn’t hold water when, in fact, 38% of the money spent by the charity that year went to line Wyclef Jean’s and his partner, Jerry DuPlessis’ pockets.
    Oh, and by the way, in each of those three years for which tax forms were available online, a good deal of the money spent on “charity” went to “Hip Hop En Sante – Hip Hop Musicians Promoting HIV/AIDS Awareness to Rural Youth.” Hmm . . . how helpful do you think that was in a country where their houses were so fragile, they pancaked upon an earthquake?
    Clearly, Mr. Jean’s “charity” is a scam and a waste of money. Best to give elsewhere if you’re planning to donate to Haiti relief.
    DON’T GIVE ANY MONEY TO ANY ORGANIZATION THAT WYCLEF IS INVOLVED IN. HIS FOUNDATION IS APPEARING TO BE FRAUDALENT.

    This is appearing to be FRAUD!!!!! PEOPLE, WAKE UP, AND DO NOT GIVE ANOTHER DIME TO THIS ORGANIZATION!!! They are using companies that are owned by wyclef himself, and his partners. They figured the payments could be hidden from the general public, by paying a “company” and not Wyclef directly, but the money gets to Wyclef through his company. I mean, come on, he is getting paid to perform at one of his own “benefit” concerts. Then he “buys” air time from a TV station that he owns himself. This is sad and pathetic!!! A BENEFIT CONCERT SHOULD BE DONE AT NO COST!!! THAT IS HOW IT IS ADVERTISED, AS A “BENEFIT CONCERT”, WHICH MEANS TO RAISE MONEY FOR A CERTAIN CAUSE, AND THE PERFORMERS DO NOT CHARGE FOR THEIR SERVICES, AND THEY THEN SOLICIT DONATIONS FROM THE GENERAL PUBLIC, WITH THIS BEING THE UNDERSTANDING.

    GIVE TO ESTABLISHED AND RESPECTED ORGANIZATIONS LIKE DOCTOR’S WITHOUT BORDERS. THERE ARE MANY CHARITY’S THAT DO NOT SPEND 40% OF THERE MONEY ON ADMIN AND “PRODUCTION” FEES AS YELE DOES!

    PLEASE HELP THE HAITI PEOPLE BY GIVING, JUST NOT TO ANYTHING INVOLVING WYCLEF!!!

  • LAWSource

    Long Before any body gives a rats ass about the plight of people in Haiti, Wyclef Jean has been there. I attended 2 concerts in downtown Miami in 2004 and 2006. In separate cases during Wyclef performance a woman with a man translating for her interrupt Wyclef’s performance to ask him for financial help. Whyclef bring the woman on stage to tell her heart wrenching story which is pledge to help her get back on her feet. You NEVER see this on the news. I find it hard to believe that Whyclef would steal from his charity. The Big charities don’t want any competition period. The american red cross have a C+ ratings in California and a B- in Kansas according to the better business bureau. These are POOR ratings for a charity in my book. ALL of these charity skim money for personal use don’t fool yourself for a minute. MOST Non profits are poorly run and manage, 98% of them would be bankrupt if they operate for profit.

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