There has been a recent blitz of false allegations and PAID ads against our family name and family group of companies. We refuse to entertain or tolerate online trolls who attempt to disparage us on “Instagram” and otherwise, because the allegations and ads are blatantly false.
We represent Black love, Black integrity, Black excellence and constantly strive to meet the utmost standards of professionalism. We will not feud or respond to false allegations and paid ads online in “Instagram Court” as that does not represent our values. We choose to lead by example and show our community how to properly address slander, lies, defamation and how to effectively defend your family name, reputation and seek redress.
Accordingly, to our attackers and accusers, you are now on official legal notice that we Will See You and Deal With You in REAL Court! We have run successful businesses for years and have a duty to the hundreds of thousands of our clients and supporters to handle these types of matters like seasoned and professional business men and women do in real life.
To our supporters and TREF Investors rest assured that we will continue to walk upright and proud and act with the same integrity and honesty as we always have. We are constantly working to create and achieve higher standards for us and our community. As you all know we are not strangers to public harassment and extreme ridicule, but we have always successfully braved the storms and we will continue to do so again. We must because the work we do is far greater than any of us.
Jay Morrison is the CEO, a successful entrepreneur, business mogul, and founder of several organizations including the historic Tulsa Real Estate Fund, the first Black-owned real estate crowd-fund in history. Jay is also the founder and President of one of America’s fastest-growing companies, the Jay Morrison Academy, an innovative wealth education institution. He beat the odds after living in poverty, dropping out of high school and serving prison time for drug trafficking– this two time best selling author was able to turn his life around by breaking into real estate and becoming one of the industry’s biggest influencers.
Ernestine Johnson Morrison is an electrifying, energetically bold artist and compelling actress. She hit the Big Screen for the first time opposite Kevin Hart in Think Like a Man Too. Her recent credits include Shots Fired, 24 Legacy, Downsized, and her debut lead role opposite DC Young Fly in #DigitalLivesMatter on the BET network. Ernestine is also infamous in the spoken word world and has performed live on the OWN Network’s hit show “It’s Not You It’s Men,” TV One’s “Donnie After Dark,” and her original spoken-word piece “Average Black Girl” performed live on The Arsenio Hall Show which broke the internet with over 40 million views. She followed up with “Red Bottoms” and a rendition of Beyoncé’s “Formation” that also took the internet by storm. Aside from her flourishing entertainment career, Ernestine is also an advocate for entrepreneurship, serving as the CEO of a full-service concierge company, Selfish Swank LLC, co-owner of Tulsa Real Estate Fund, the first Black-owned SEC-regulated real estate crowdfunded, and the creator of C.R.O.W.N, an online mentorship community to help women discover their gifts and walk into their purpose. Continuing her journey, Ernestine resides in Atlanta, Georgia relentlessly cultivating her career and changing the world one word at a time.