Sunday, June 4

I can’t afford food to eat, broke boxer Muhammad Ali’s only son cries out

Revealing the challenges he’s been facing lately including being homeless a year after his father’s death, late boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s only son, Ali Jnr, has accused his family members of stopping him getting an equal share of the boxing legend’s £62million fortune. .

45-year-old Muhammad Ali Junior, disclosed that he has only received three “measly payments” of £2,000 in the last two months and is sleeping on a friend’s floor in Florida, just days away from living on the streets because he can’t afford to pay any rent. .

Ali Jnr said an equal slice of the ­inheritance had been agreed at a meeting in California with his seven sisters, adopted brother Asaad, and the will executor – Ali’s fourth wife of 30 years, Lonnie, 59. .

Here’s what he told Daily Mirror:
“It looks like I’ve just been cut off completely. I don’t have a bank account, so they’ve had to wire money to me. It’s been a rough year. This isn’t what my dad would have wanted. .
He would have wanted me to be OK, have a place to stay, have my money. I’m going to live off water now, as that’s all I can afford. Getting food is hard, as I don’t have a cent to my name. I just find a way somehow to get food each day.
He said he has begged other family members for help. For the last 20 years, Ali Jnr says he has been ostracised by the family, having little contact with his famous father.

He lived on Chicago’s notorious gangland south side with his wife Shaakira and daughters Ameera and Shakera, struggling to make ends meet cleaning people’s yards and doing odd jobs.

But his marriage fell apart just a month after his famous father died, amid accusations that he ran out on his wife. He insists she dumped him and forced him out of their marital home.

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