Muhammad Ali’s heirs have smoothly divvied up his $80 million estate — already.
His nine children and widow met in California on June 28 to get the job done. His seven daughters, his son, Muhammad Ali Jr., and his adopted son all got an equal share while his widow Lonni get to keep the estate.
After coming into his millions, (Pictured Above wearing Glasses On The Far Left) has reportedly packed up and left his wife & 2 kids in Chicago’s South Side while moving into a better neighborhood.
“Ali Jr. went to California, and now he’s got some money all of a sudden,” dished the source.
It’s a huge change for Ali Jr.,who was estranged for his father for years. For the past decade, he and his family — wife Shaakira and their children, Ameera, 8, and Shakera, 7 — have been relying on food stamps and handouts to get by, insiders said.
While Ali Jr. is moving from Chicago’s blighted West Englewood area to a middle-class neighborhood near Midway Airport, “his wife and children won’t miss out,” insisted the source.
“He gave his wife $75 to buy herself something nice, and bought the kids new shoes. He also wants to set up a trust fund for his kids,” added the source of Ali Jr.who has addiction to weed and other issues.
Family members now hope to keep him on the straight and narrow, said the source, but Ali Jr. is more focused on starting a business and helping people in the community.
“He wants to do landscaping stuff and help people,” said the insider. “He doesn’t need much. He’s a simple dude.”
$75 and some new shoes? We don’t know what types of issues he and his wife may have had, but his kids deserve better. But we all know Karma has a way of creeping up and making things even!
1. Muhammad Ali of the USA relaxes at home in Deer Lake, Pennsylvania, USA.
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2. FEBRUARY 25, 1964: Cassius Clay (aka Muhammad Ali) talks into a reporter's mic after defeating Sonny Liston, not pictured in a World Heavyweight Title fight February 25, 1964 at Convention Hall in Miami, Florida.
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3. FEBRUARY 25, 1964: Cassius Clay (aka Muhammad Ali) talks into a reporter's mic after defeating Sonny Liston, not pictured in a World Heavyweight Title fight February 25, 1964 at Convention Hall in Miami, Florida.
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4. Muhammad Ali in the dressing room before a fight.
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5. Supremely confident American boxer Cassius Clay holds up five fingers in a prediction of how many rounds it will take him to knock out British boxer Henry Cooper.
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6. Pre-Fight Ritual.
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7. The Champ.
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8. Boxing legend Muhammad Ali rides a golf cart onto the field to represent the Louisville Cardinals for the coin toss against the Florida Gators prior to the start of the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
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9. Say it loud!
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10. The Greatest.
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11. Will Smith and Ali on stage together to promote the biopic based on his life.
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12. Halle Berry and Muhammad Ali.
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13. Jennifer Lopez and Muhammad Ali.
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14. Muhammad Ali signing autographs in the NY Hilton Hotel; circa 1990; New York.
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15. Reading on the plane.
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16. The champ getting his grub on.
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17. Come on in.
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18. Getting ready.
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19. Muhammad Ali photographed at his training camp in Pennsylvania, circa 1974.
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20. Muhammad Ali on 42nd Street circa 1970s in New York City.
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21. After a night of making Denver, and Sonny Liston in particular, aware of his presence, Cassius Clay and troupe found accommodations at the Albany Hotel. The Denver Post caught him in bed Tuesday morning asking for the time of day and telling hotel employees what a great night he had Monday on the Liston home's front lawn.
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