Courtney Love Shares Her ‘Devastating’ Conversation With Suze Orman
Hole frontwoman and Kurt Cobain’s wife, Courtney Love, drew attention to Financial Times’ campaign on financial literacy on her Instagram and targeted Suze Orman for making fun of her when she reflected her ideas about the financial crisis and her problems.
Financial Times launched a campaign entitled Financial Literacy and Inclusion Campaign, which aims to give financial education to those in need and raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy in their lives. The campaign received very positive comments and has been supported by many economists and celebrities.
Courtney Love also showed her support to this campaign by sharing posts about how much she needs to learn math and economics. In her recent post, she highlighted that if she had known more about finance decades ago, her family’s insane fortune wouldn’t have been targeted by different people.
Under the comments section of her recent IG post, her followers posted some comments saying that Suze Orman, who is a financial advisor, author, and founder of Suze Orman Financial Group, would be proud of her. However, Love disagreed with them and revealed that she had a devastating conversation with Orman about these things as she called Love ‘crazy’ like Vanity Fair’s Nancy Jo Sales did.
Love’s IG post read as follows:
“Arm yourself with financial literacy. Give generously to Financial Times’ FLIC (Financial Literacy & Inclusion Campaign). Link in bio to learn more and donate – I just did! I hope they come and teach me math. My family would not have been so easily targeted if I was financially literate.
Adewale Akinnuoye Agbaje thank you so much for sharing your financial literacy journey at Kosen-rufu Gongyo 3 years ago. It lit a fire in me.”
“For those of you bringing up how ‘Suze Orman would be proud of you’ please note. Suze Orman laughed in my face, hung up on me, and told people how ‘crazy ‘ I am when I tried to explain Britney Spears and my situation to her. It was devastating.
Nancy Jo Sales did the same thing to me in Vanity Fair. Made fun of me. Told the world I was ‘crazy” about ‘the fraud’ even though every single document I showed her was accurate & in order. I was showing her only what the FBI had subpoenaed in 06 before they dropped it. Due to team c ship convincing even the FBI, I’m ‘crazy’ I don’t articulate financial instruments such as Racketeering, wire fraud, phone trusts, made off levels of Mortgage fraud, very well.
Hoping feminists like Suze and Nancy Jo Sales can contribute too.”
You can see the photos below.
Photo Credit: Courtney Love – Instagram