According to the New York Post, Wyclef Jeanâ€™s charity has some explaining to do.
Yele Haiti, created to benefit the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake that rocked the small island of Haiti, generated $16 million dollars in 2010. Based on the 2010 charity tax information, $5.1 million of that money was sent to Haiti for emergency relief. The post reports that $1 million dollars was paid to a non-existent Florida firm and $353,983 was given to P&A Construction, which is owned by Jeanâ€™s brother-in-law.
This isnâ€™t the first time that Wyclef has defended his charities. In 2008, a tax form was never filed and in 2009, $250,000 was lost.