French Montana is the son of Khadija Guled and Abdela Kharbouch. From his early teenage years, Montana grew up with only his mother’s company. His father left for Morocco after he failed to find his footing in the United States. In 2012, he returned home, and the couple reunited. French Montana has two brothers, Ayoub and Zack. Ayoub is completing his high school education, while Zack is president of Coke Boys Records.
The parents of French Montana are Abdela and Khadija. Montana’s parents emigrated to the United States in 1996. While he attended Roosevelt High School, he did not speak English. His father, who had failed to find his way in the United States, returned to Morocco. He reunited with his mother in 2012 when he moved back to his native country. He has two brothers, Zack and Ayoub. Ayoub is in high school, while Zack serves as the president of Coke Boys Records.
Abdela Khabourch was a hustler in Morocco. His wife, Kadija Guled, was a housewife. Abdela was in jail when French Montana was born, due to hustling troubles. Fortunately, his mother was a successful singer. The mother-to-be was also an accomplished singer. She has a background in music and dance.
French Montana was born on November 9, 1984, in Casablanca, Morocco. His parents are Moroccans Abdela Kharbouch and Khadija Guled. His parents are divorced. His father moved back to his country when he was thirteen and Khadija became the breadwinner. French Montana is a Muslim and began his career as a battle rapper in his early teens.
The rapper is Moroccan by nationality and his mother is of Somalian descent. He is well-known for songs like “Unforgettable” and “Pop That,” which hit number three on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. His albums and music have sold over five million copies in the U.S., and he has been a successful rap star for 13 years. However, he has had some controversial moments and has been the target of celebrity harassment.
Although raised in the United States, French Montana has Moroccan roots. He was shot in the head during a recording session in the Bronx in 2007 and has been recovering from the injury ever since. French Montana has released two studio albums, one of which was titled Jungle Rules and featured Swae Lee. In addition to being an ethnic Moroccan, French Montana has ties to Somalia and possibly Ethiopia.
Montana was born in Casablanca, Morocco, where his father, Karim, founded the Coke Boys imprint, and signed with Bad Boy Records. His father later returned to Morocco, but the mother insisted that she stay in the United States and raise her three children alone. The two children eventually lost their father, but the mother remained in the United States and became the breadwinner, dependent on government assistance to support her three children.
Cardi B’s version of French Montana
After the release of his third studio album “Montana”, New York Coke Boy French Montana has revealed that his next project will be out on the day of his birthday. The album will feature many high-profile artists including Cardi B and Post Malone. The first single, “Girls in the Hood,” was released on June 24, 2020. The song features French and Cardi B, who sound natural together in the Caribbean-inspired style. The video for “Girls in the Hood” was directed by Colin Tilley.
Post Malone and Cardi B’s collaboration has been a long time coming, and it’s no surprise that both stars have made the cut. While the collaboration between the two artists was hinted in April when Post shared behind-the-scenes photos of the video, the music video is as impressive as everyone expected. They transform into giants, and the music video follows suit. The video is a fun way to hear these two rap stars get laid.