Fake Black Guy Shaun King and His Wife Convert to Islam

Wow, remember this guy?

The fake black guy who made all that money from BLM by pretending to be black?

Remember when it came out that his parents were both white, and then he accused his mother of having an affair with a “light skinned black man”?

Imagine accusing your own mother of fucking a nigger in order to promote your money scam.

Kinda gotta respect that level of devotion to the game.


On the auspicious first day of Ramadan in 2024, renowned American activist and writer Shaun King, alongside his wife Rai, embarked on a profound spiritual journey by converting to Islam. The conversion ceremony, officiated by notable US Muslim scholar Omar Suleiman, was a moment of significance not only for the Kings but also for their followers and the wider Muslim community. This event marks a pivotal chapter in the lives of the couple, known for their activism, particularly within the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Path to Conversion

The ceremony, captured in a heartfelt video, showcased Shaun and Rai King reciting the Shahadah, the Islamic declaration of faith, under the guidance of Sheikh Omar Suleiman. The video, shared across various social media platforms, instantly went viral, drawing reactions ranging from support and joy to skepticism and criticism. In response to the latter, Shaun King took to social media to address concerns regarding the allocation of funds raised for Palestinian families, reassuring his followers that all contributions were directed to the intended recipients without any personal gain.

Reactions and Responses

The Kings’ conversion to Islam has ignited a flurry of reactions online. Many members of the Muslim community have welcomed them with open arms, expressing joy and offering words of support and encouragement. This gesture has been seen as a bridge between different cultural and religious communities, fostering a greater understanding and unity. However, the couple has also faced scrutiny and skepticism, particularly concerning Shaun King’s past fundraising activities. Despite this, the overall response has been positive, highlighting the couple’s commitment to their new faith and the causes they hold dear.

It’s sort of convenient to do this right in the middle of the Gaza situation, when Moslems are getting more sympathy in America than at any point in history.

It’s almost like he’s preparing to pivot from a black-related money scam to an Islam-related money scam.

This nigga has made tens of millions of dollars.

He get dat money like a rill nigga.