Within the NBA, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is known as a household name. The NBA star played for 20 seasons playing for his team the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers. Kareem was also the most prolific player in terms of points achieved, field goals hit and career wins, being called the greatest ever.
Kareem has experienced some remarkable relationships and personal development after his retirement from a successful career and humanitarian venture. In Jabbar’s numerous relationships, we’ll look at his mother, Habiba Abdul-Jabbar, who was a mother to three children.
Janice Brown was her given name at the time she was born.
Kareem Abdul’s ex-wife Jabbar’s ex-wife Habiba Abdul-Jabbar was born into the same Christian family like Janice Brown, which is not widely known. She gained fame because she was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s mommy and then, after their divorce, she opted for to stay away from the limelight.
Prior to getting married to the basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who was born Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor Jr., Janice changed her religion and her name. The couple’s Muslim religious leader Hamaas Abdul-Khaalis chose to name both Jabbar as well as his former wife, Habiba.
While Janice (Habiba) Brown leads an enigmatic life however, we were able find her through public information. Habiba Abdul-Jabbar Kareem Abdul’s ex-wife Jabbar is a devoted athlete with a Facebook page known as RunHabibaRun.
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Habiba Kareem’s former husband and Hall of Famer is an lively woman who has retained her youthfulness well through her 70s. We can only hope that her appeal is not lost forever.
In the last seven years Habiba Abdul-Jabbar was married Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as previously stated, found comfort found solace in Islam which led him to make the switch. However, it was apparent that his spouse too be an Islamist So his first partner, Janice Brown, converted to Islam and was given the name Habiba Abdul-Jabbar. This is a reference to “beloved.”
Abdul-Jabbar – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Ex-Wife
In Kareem’s graduation from UCLA The former couple came across each other during an Lakers game. After a few months of dating they decided to get married. In May, 2001 the wedding ceremony was arranged in accordance with Muslim rules.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was dedicated towards Islam that he did not even invite his parents to his wedding. Kareem admitted his story to America Aljazeera his regrets that he had made the mistake by not inviting his parents to the wedding, that took him over a decade to rectify.
He also stated the fact that he had been so dedicated to Islam that despite an unrequited love for a different woman He married the woman recommended by Hammas. In the end, the marriage was not a success from the beginning.
Three infants were born simultaneously.
Even though Kareem and Habiba’s union lasted just seven months, they were blessed with three children. Habiba Alcindor is one of Jabbar’s kids is a journalist and Sultana Abdul-Jabbar has a private life.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Jr., Kareem Abdul-son, Jabbar’s also played basketball for a short time before making the decision to retire to live in peace. Despite their marriage was not a success, Kareem and Habiba were content for a couple of years.
Habiba Abdul-Jabbar Kareem Jabbar’s ex-wife, Abdul-Jabbar had three children over the course of their 7-year union. Habiba’s Facebook profile is the source for this picture.
Kareem dropped the “divorce bomb” while Habiba was only 3 months pregnant with the baby, Sultana. Kareem has acknowledged that he was in an early stage of development and made a few blunders due to this. Would you say that telling a woman who’s pregnant for three months that you’re divorced counts as one?
Their Reason for Divorce
Kareem was married against his teacher’s desires as a fervent Muslim and later divorced. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was one of the NBA champion who dazzled everyone with his plump, soaring stance had a rocky relationship to his former wife.
After their wedding and the birth of 2 children later, Habiba and Kareem lived in separate residences for a brief period. In 1973, the ex-partners had not been living together.
In The Los Angeles Times, Kareem Abdul Jabbar has admitted that there was no one who had more influence in his personal life as Cheryl Pistono. Kareem’s assertion has been questioned from a lady who convinced him to seek divorce from a marriage that was not working.
In the year Habiba was just three months pregnant to Sultana, Kareem revealed his intention to divorce. The result was that their marriage was annulled through a religious ceremony and then divorced by civil court upon Kareem’s request.
In March 1983 their divorce was finalized. But, it’s not clear the extent to which Cheryl Pistono was involved in the divorce proceedings of the couple. In any event, Jabbar and Janice, who went by the name of Habiba were both divorced quickly. Kareem was already a mother to one daughter, Amir Abdul-Jabbar, when Habiba Jabbar, also known as Habiba Jabbar, or Habiba. Herbert, got married in 1986, and gave birth to an infant son who was named Sean.
Let’s hope that Habiba J Herbert is healthy enough to run and sharing a happiness with everyone in the coming days.