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Dr. Umar Announces He’s Under Investigation

Dr. Umar is a controversial man. You either love him or you hate him, but despite his critics, he continues to speak out and share his thoughts about what his versions of progression, Black liberation and social justice are … we think.

Anyway, Umar Johnson took to Instagram Thursday to announce that he is being investigated for his credentials regarding the field of psychology.

The caption accompanying the notice is rather lengthy, so bear with us:

“Sometimes I ask myself why did I start this campaign, I’m ready to return all the donations and move to Afrika, in an effort to give our boys a school they deserve I’ve had countless coons consistently harass white people in the power structure until they’ve decided to strip me of my credentials, arrest my fund, and audit me,” Umar wrote. “Hundreds of phone calls to my degree granting institutions harassing them about my credentials, the same questions over & over again on every radio show, countless social network jokes & campaigns to diminish the credibility of the one man Black parents can count on to assist for free with saving their children from the mental health & mis-education systems, this is the thanks I get for helping to save a generation of Black boys. On top of all the betrayals I’ve had my own father join in on the fun. This Kwanzaa tour will be my farewell conscious community tour for a while. I’m taking a break from social network as well. I need to take care of me now. I will keep pushing for the school until my detractors successfully kill that campaign also. Whether we succeed or fail just know that my intentions were honorable, and I tried my best, this is another victory for the mentally enslaved….”

“Sometimes I ask myself why did I start this campaign, I’m ready to return all the donations and move to Afrika, in an effort to give our boys a school they deserve I’ve had countless coons consistently harass white people in the power structure until they’ve decided to strip me of my credentials, arrest my fund, and audit me. Hundreds of phone calls to my degree granting institutions harassing them about my credentials, the same questions over & over again on every radio show, countless social network jokes & campaigns to diminish the credibility of the one man Black parents can count on to assist for free with saving their children from the mental health & mis-education systems, this is the thanks I get for helping to save a generation of Black boys. On top of all the betrayals I’ve had my own father join in on the fun. This Kwanzaa tour will be my farewell conscious community tour for a while. I’m taking a break from social network as well. I need to take care of me now. I will keep pushing for the school until my detractors successfully kill that campaign also. Whether we succeed or fail just know that my intentions were honorable, and I tried my best, this is another victory for the mentally enslaved….”

A post shared by Dr. Umar Johnson (@drumarjohnson) on

The notice appears to be from the Commonwealth of Pennslyvania, specifically, the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs.

What makes Dr. Umar such a controversial figure is that many feel that he has been unable to provide substantial proof of his professional credentials for quite some time. Other critics find him to be a contradiction.

Either way, it looks like Dr. Umar has some explaining to do come Jan. 8.

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