Muhammad Ali Son living on Food Stamps?


‘Muhammad Ali’s wife has stopped me from seeing my father’, says boxing legend’s son who lives on food stamps priligy sale write my esl admission essay on presidential elections how do i check if my essay is plagiarized super coffee viagra literature for composition essays lab report titles valtrex expiration event management job description resume low price on cialis canada essay on diwali in hindi pdf business research applications paper res 320 mla style title page usc paper paragraph to essay cena leku cialis buy manforce viagra online essay online writer nhm nhc viagra molecular biology research papers build resume online free go here brand viagra prices dissertation avec une citation make cialis at home click margins for research paper essay about democracy According to DailyMail:  Muhammad Ali Junior, 41, is the boxer’s son from his second marriage; His father has a total of nine children – seven daughters, Muhammad Ali Jnr and an adopted son Assaad; But Muhammad Ali Jnr claims he has been cut off from his father since he married his fourth wife Lonnie. He tried to call him on his 72nd birthday this month but couldn’t get through Muhammad Ali Jnr says he wants nothing more than to spend some time with his father who is in the advanced stages of Parkinson’s disease


The son of boxing champion Muhammad Ali has accused the millionaire’s wife of refusing to let him see his ailing father.

Muhammad Ali Junior, 41, who says he is forced to survive on food stamps in a rough Chicago neighbourhood, last saw his father on his 71st birthday a year ago.

But as the legendary boxer turned 72 on January 17, Muhammad Ali Junior claims he couldn’t even get through on the phone to wish him a happy birthday.

He alleges his father’s fourth wife of 27 years, Lonnie, has made it increasingly difficult for him to see or even speak to the retired sportsman who is in the advanced stages of Parkinson’s disease.


Muhammad Ali Junior, who lives in a tiny two bedroom flat with his wife Shaakira and two daughters Ameera, six, and Shakera, five, says he has repeatedly tried to contact his father on the phone but doesn’t have the money to make the trip to his Kentucky mansion.

He told The Sun On Sunday: ‘As soon as he married Lonnie, that’s when the problems started. We can’t see him any more. He can’t see his own brother because of Lonnie.

‘I tried calling him on his birthday but go no answer. When I call, they usually say he’s in the shower, sleeping or in therapy, and to call back.

‘When I do they don’t answer. I shouldn’t need an appointment to to see my father.’

Muhammad Ali Junior, who was born in 1972 to the boxer’s second wife 17-year-old Belinda Boyd, believes Lonnie may have cut him out because he is unemployed and doesn’t own a house or a car.

The father-of-two says he has been trying to find a job but few people are hiring so he now shovels snow off his neighbours driveway just to make a few dollars to feed his family.

He believes his father would help him with his current financial situation if he were still coherent, but says that is no longer the case.

But he insists he doesn’t care about his father’s money, he just wants to be allowed back into his life and to spend as much time together as possible in the time he has left.

Those who have defended Lonnie claim she is protecting Muhammad Ali from family members who want to sponge off his fame.


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