I Spent Weeks Helping Andy Ngo Write The Mikayla Miller Story But Newsweek Refused To Let Him Cite My Reporting, Claimed It Was First Time Ex-Girlfriend’s Mother Was Speaking Publicly
A month or so ago I reached out to journalist Andy Ngo on Twitter about the Mikayla Miller story. I’m a fan of Andy’s work, and I know he likes to expose fake hate crimes, so I figured he would be a good person with a large platform (he has almost 1 million Twitter followers) to report on this. I spent weeks working with him on the story which was finally published in Newsweek over the weekend. There’s just one problem – nowhere in the article or Andy’s tweets about the story was Turtleboy ever mentioned.
After a black teen died in Massachusetts, BLM activists spread rumors she was lynched by a white mob. Her family started a GoFundMe, & celebrity attorney Benjamin Crump is representing them. But what really happened to Mikayla? Read my @Newsweek report: https://t.co/wOlkvj21LG
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) June 28, 2021
The article says that “for the first time” Mikayla’s ex-girlfriend’s family was speaking out.
This is untrue, as not only did I interview and write about her ex-gf’s mother, I also had her on as a guest on the live show.
I’ve had stories ripped off before, but nothing as disappointing as this. I’ll be explaining how this all happened and what I’m doing about it tonight on the Live Show at 9 PM. Click here to subscribe to our channel.
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