Qubilah Shabazz Biography, Age, Family, Net Worth, Malcolm

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Qubilah Shabazz Biography

Qubilah Shabazz born as Qubilah Bahiyah Shabazz is the daughter of American former Muslim minister and human rights activist Malcolm X. She witnessed the assassination of her father on February 21, 1965, at the ‘Audubon Ballroom’ in Manhattan, New York City.

Qubilah Shabazz

In February 1965, when Qubilah was four years old, she roused her parents in the middle of the night with her screams: the family’s house had been set on fire. One week later, together with her mother and sisters, she witnessed the assassination of her father.

Qubilah Shabazz Age

She was born on 25 December 1960 in Queens, New York City, New York, United States. She grew up in New York City along with her five sisters. She currently lives in the United States of America and maintains a low profile.

Qubilah Shabazz Family

She is the daughter of American former Muslim minister and human rights activist Malcom X and Betty Shabazz her mother was an educator and civil rights, advocate. She has five sisters; Attalah Shabazz, IIyasah Shabazz, Gamilah Lumumba Shabazz, Malaak Shabazz and Malikah Shabazz.

Qubilah Shabazz Husband

Qubilah Shabazz got married in December 1996, but the marriage ended in January 1997. While Qubilah went to study in Paris and later worked at the Sorbonne as a translator; she encountered an Algerian guy in Paris with whom she had a son, Malcolm, in 1984. Their connection later came to an end.

Qubilah Shabazz Children|Son

Qubilah had a son by the name Malcolm born in 1984 in Paris, France. When Malcolm was a few months old, Qubilah Shabazz moved with him to Los Angeles. In 1986, they went to New York City, where they lived in a series of apartments in bad neighborhoods. Shabazz drifted from city to city and job to job, supporting herself by waiting tables, selling advertising for a directory, telemarketing, and proof-reading texts at a law firm. She began to drink heavily, and her mother and sisters often cared for Malcolm while Shabazz lived with various friends.

Qubilah’s son Malcolm at the age of 12, set her grandmother’s house, Betty’s apartment on fire where Betty suffered burns over 80 percent of her body and passed away three weeks later on June 23, 1997. Malcolm was sentenced to 18 months in juvenile detention. Malcolm was murdered at the age of 28 in Mexico City on May 9, 2013.

Qubilah Shabazz Education

As a youth, Qubilah Shabazz visited a summer camp called “Farm and Wilderness” in Vermont, run by Quaker. She became a Quaker at the age of 11, converting from Islam. She entered Jack and Jill with her siblings, a social club for the kids of well-off African Americans. As a teenager, Shabazz attended the Manhattan International School of the United Nations.

She registered at Princeton University after high school but was uneasy there, feeling that the white learners shunned her and that the African-American learners resented her obvious absence of interest in their attempts to force the university to divest its investments in South Africa. After two semesters, she left Princeton and went to Paris where she studied at the Sorbonne and worked as a translator. She encountered an Algerian guy in Paris with whom she had a son, Malcolm, in 1984. Their connection later came to an end.

Qubilah Shabazz Malcolm X

The father of Qubilah Shabazz, Malcolm X, was a minister and human rights activist. He joined the ‘Nation of Islam’ and became one of its most influential leaders. He left the’ Nation of Islam’ during the 1960s and embraced Sunni Islam. His conflict with the’ NOI’ intensified in 1964, and the following year he was shot dead. His family members believed, in particular, that the’ NOI’ and Louis Farrakhan were behind his assassination. she witnessed the assassination of her father by three gunmen from the Nation of Islam.

Qubilah Shabazz  Early Life

She attended a summer camp called ‘ Farm and Wilderness, ‘ which was run by a Quaker when she was very young. She converted from Islam to become a Quaker at the age of 11.

She then joined a social club called ‘ Jack and Jill ‘ where children of well – off African Americans socialized.

She attended a summer camp called ‘ Farm and Wilderness, ‘ which was run by a Quaker when she was very young. She converted from Islam to become a Quaker at the age of 11.

She then joined a social club called ‘ Jack and Jill ‘ where children of well – off African Americans socialized.

She went to the’ United Nations International School’ (UNIS) in Manhattan during her teenage years. She went to’ Princeton University,’ New Jersey after graduating from high school.

Two semesters later, she dropped out of ‘Princeton University’ claiming that she was mistreated by white students and that African-American students despised her reluctance to join them in forcing the university to stop investing in South Africa.

After leaving’ Princeton University,’ she moved to Paris to study at’ Paris University’ (Sorbonne). She also worked as a translator to support herself at the same time.

She began dating an Algerian man with whom she had a son named Malcolm Latif Shabazz during her stay in Paris. She broke up with her boyfriend when Malcolm was still an infant and moved with her child to Los Angeles.

Qubilah Shabazz Louis Farrakhan

Shabazz’s mother, Betty, believed that Louis Farrakhan of the’ Nation of Islam’ (NOI) was responsible for the assassination of Malcolm X. Like her mother, Qubilah Shabazz also believed that Louis Farrakhan was behind the death of her father.

She contacted a friend Michael Fitzpatrick in May 1994 and asked him if he was going to kill Louis Farrakhan for her. Michael Fitzpatrick was an informant of the’ FBI’ so he reported the matter to the’ FBI.’

In January 1995, Qubilah was indicted on charges of plotting the assassination of Louis Farrakhan. She was at risk of facing a possible sentence of fines exceeding $2 million and 90 years in prison. She accepted a plea agreement in connection with the charges on May 1.

Although she maintained her innocence, she accepted responsibility for her actions. According to the plea agreement, she was required to undergo treatment for drug and alcohol abuse and psychological counseling in order to avoid a prison sentence.

Louis Farrakhan surprised everyone throughout her legal defense by defending Qubilah Shabazz. In fact, he was involved in raising money for her legal defense and was seen shaking the hands of Betty Shabazz at the’ Apollo Theater’ where they met during an event organized to raise money for Qubilah’s defense.

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