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In honor of our beloved warrior Dr. Khalid Muhammad, it must be said that the sudden wealth of his son Farrakhan Muhammad, now known as Farrah Grey is highly suspest after the death of his father. He is accepted in the mainstream as one of america's child millionaires. He has also written a book
called Realionaire, with no mention of his father or his legacy. He says in the book to be raised by his mother. I heard him speak on several ocasions with
Dr. khalid. He was there when an attempt was made on Khalid's life in riverside
California. There seems to be no information even linking him to his father on the internet. Anyone who knows of khalid knows his son traveled with him consistently. And they were not rich by any stretch of the imagination. His son claims to have been a millionaire by the age of 14. When I met him he was not rich. Dr. Khalid was an example of a warrior to all of us. His life & his Legacy must not be swept under the rug. How long will we let our leaders die
without asking questions about their death? Does anyone know of Farrah Grey
or his book?
Farrah Gray's original name was Farrakhan Muhammad and I seen him as a youngster on many occasions with his father at The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan speeches and different Nation Of Islam events.









26 Response to The Son Of Brother Dr.Khalid Muhammad, (Farrakhan Muhammad/Farrah Gray)

Anonymous
April 25, 2011 at 11:07 AM

Yeh bredren, this young boy seems to me complicit in the assassination of Dr Khalid. Together with his mom, they know what happened to Dr. Khalid. He was bought by the shitstem (system). They bought his silence. He is a young sellout, tricked by his monster mother.

Anonymous
May 10, 2011 at 5:02 PM

Farrah Gray talks about him and his fathers relationship a couple of years ago in an article.

JUST READ BEFORE YOU SPEAK

Helping Harlem’s homeless: Young entrepreneur takes philanthropy to the streets
by NAYABA ARINDE
Amsterdam News Staff
Originally posted 3/1/2007

Dr. Farrah Gray isn’t homeless, but the multi business and education-award-winning 22-year-old is about to spend a night on a Harlem street.

Gray, a spokesman for the National Coalition for Homeless, told the AmNews that it is called “Taking the Plunge, when a person who is blessed with a home chooses to sleep on the street.”

The California-born, Chicago-raised, Las Vegas-residing young man continued, “I agreed to be a spokesperson for the National Coalition for the Homeless when I found out that the average age for a homeless person is nine years old.”

His stint on a New York sidewalk is scheduled for April, he told the AmNews this week.
A spokeswoman for the National Coalition for Homeless told the AmNews that there are 3 1/2 million homeless people in the U.S.

Named as one of the most influential Black men America by the National Urban League’s Urban Influence Magazine, Dr. Farrah Gray is a best-selling author of “Reallionaire,” and a contributing author to “Chicken Soup for the African-American Soul.” Gray’s bio notes he owns real estate companies, magazines, was proclaimed a millionaire at age 15 and has consulted with both former President Bill Clinton and current President George W. Bush on matters of youth entrepreneurship.

The awards, chairman positions and board memberships Gray has amassed are numerous considering his youth.

Perhaps a much lesser-known fact among certain corporate circles, Gray is indeed the youngest child of the uncompromising orator and Black Nationalist Dr. Khallid Abdul Muhammad, whose staunch positions and actions created local, national and international headlines. Not to mention that he was the former Supreme Captain in the Nation of Islam under Min. Louis Farrakhan.

“We took different paths,” Gray conceded when asked. His focus is on economic empowerment through business and entrepreneurship, he said, “and my father was proud and supported me.”
From trade magazines to BET, his story has been told of striving through poverty to selling his company for a $1 million by the age of 15.

Anonymous
May 10, 2011 at 5:04 PM

At 6 years old, Gray hand painted rocks and sold them to neighbors as paperweights. A year later, he got himself business cards reading, “21st Century CEO.” At 8, Gray co-founded Urban Neighborhood Enterprise Economic Club (U.N.E.E.C.) on Chicago’s Southside.

From 12 to 16 years old, Gray created a myriad of business ventures that included KIDZTEL pre-paid phone cards. He hosted an interactive teen talk show and later executive produced a comedy show on the Las Vegas Strip. As the teenage owner of Farr-Out Foods, his strawberry-vanilla syrup reportedly generated orders exceeding $1.5 million in its first year.

A member of the board of directors of the United Way of Southern Nevada at the age of 15, Gray also became the youngest member of the board of advisors for the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce. As the youngest member of the African-American Leadership Roundtable, he was invited and met with President George Bush and the director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives.
In December 2005, The Farrah Gray Prepaid MasterCard came out. Gray said the notion is to increase financial freedom and financial literacy.

Last April, Gray received an honorary doctorate degree of Humane Letters from Allen University.
Proclaiming, “I’m a Christian,” Gray said of his commitment to business-building and philanthropy, “My goal is to be richer than Bill Gates. I own two real estate brokerages. I want to create opportunities to get minorities into home ownership; I own 51 percent of House of Arrington clothing company; I am the chairman of the Farrah Gray Foundation; I have two schools where I teach inner-city youth entrepreneurship; and I also give out scholarships to young people who want to go to HBCUs (historically Black colleges and universities).”

A spokesperson of the National Marrow Donor Program, recently he worked feverishly to encourage Black people in America to join the Marrow Donor Registry, as he tried to help save the life of his older sister, Greek Gray. He joined rapper Nelly’s campaign, as he, too, tried to get bone marrow for his sister, Jackie.
While both women passed away in the last two years, Gray still stresses that with “Black people in America only making up 7 percent of the six million people on the registry, we need to create a greater awareness and get people to sign on.”


Dr. Gray’s business acumen is well-storied and much-applauded in the corporate world. The grassroots Black community however, has known the young man as the son of Min. Khallid Abdul Muhammad.
The fiery activist was the chairman of the New Black Panther Party, which brought the controversial Million Youth Marches to New York City, battling former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, who failed to stop the first gathering in Harlem in 1998.

“He was loved by millions locally, nationally and globally around the world,” Gray noted. “To me, he was a father who I didn’t get to see as much as I would have liked. I got to see him during the summer and holiday breaks. But, whenever I was with him, he tried to show me how much he loved me, so we played basketball together, we went swimming. We’ve even gone hiking together. My father always wanted to give me quality father/son time.

“I was the youngest of three of his sons, and I am the youngest of five of my mother’s children. My mother and father separated when I was 6 weeks old. My father’s life was dedicated to activism, and activism doesn’t come with a salary, so I grew up very poor. My mother left my father.”

Perception belied the reality, Gray added. “My father would have access to nice things and cars because he working with the Nation of Islam.”

Muhammad held every position in the NOI. Ultimately he became the Supreme Captain, but a well-documented and un-reconciled split with Min. Farrakhan ended their decades-long relationship.

Anonymous
May 10, 2011 at 5:05 PM

Reflecting, Gray recalled that when he was growing up the pressures of activism and lack of finances “meant that we could not eat, and my parents split because they had irreconcilable differences.”

Still, he maintained a strong relationship with his father, he said, who “supported my decision to take a different path from his because he saw that I was an entrepreneur for years. He would call the house, and I would always tell him what business I was launching, and as a loving, proud father, he would always say, ‘Congratulations son. Remember, the Black man and the Black woman built pyramids, so you can do anything.”

Gray stressed that his father was more than supportive of “my business ventures. He never interfered, he was always supportive. For example, in 1999 when I was 15 years old and I went to my meeting with former President Clinton to discuss entrepreneurship, my father felt, of course, that it had nothing to do with politics.

“He knew that what I gone through growing up, with us getting evicted from various places, with there not being money in the house. He knew that as a young entrepreneur, I remember calling him when I got $1.5million in sales for my food company Farr-Out Foods. When I was 6 years old, I first told him, ‘Dad, one day you won’t have to work so hard.”

Gray told the AmNews that his mother and grandmother retired when he was 14 years old, “and they have been retired ever since. I had two companies. I had a venture capital [business]. I would raise money for young people who wanted to start their own businesses, and I had the food company, Farr-Out foods. I had opened up an office and executive suite on Wall Street, when I was about 13. Dad would say, ‘Keep it up son. You can accomplish whatever you dream of.’ In 2001, I bought an 80 percent [interest] of Inner City magazine from Inner City Broadcasting.”

Like any son talking about a recently late close parent, Gray’s loss is self-evident in his intermittent pauses and sharp intakes of breath. His exhaling signals that he can continue the thought and the sentence.

“His last words were…when I called him…he was in bed with his wife…she said hello to me, and he said, ‘Well son, I’m not feeling well. I’m very tired, but I will give you a call tomorrow, but I love you, son.’ Those were his last words to me. The next morning I got a call that said he had suffered an aneurysm and that he was on life support. I flew to Georgia that day, and the doctor told me that he wasn’t gonna make it, and there was nothing he could do.”

Dr. Gray speaks quietly, but added, “I just remember hugging him and kissing him, even though he wasn’t conscious, I felt like that he and I would miss our father and son times together. I remember I thought that I really wish we had been able to go fishing together. We never got a chance to do that, but at least we got a chance when I did see him to play basketball and football, and go swimming and race up and down the street.

“This month marks six years that he has been physically gone [Feb. 17]. When people ask me about his political and social views—my response is, ‘He was my father.’”

Anonymous
November 21, 2011 at 12:39 PM

what is his mothers name !

January 10, 2012 at 7:56 PM

Paula Gray, a.k.a. Khalidah Muhammad.

Anonymous
April 22, 2012 at 3:39 AM

This boy has sold his soul to the devil. He has forgotten all the true teachings his father instilled in him. He was at his fathers side for several lectures. And now today he pretends to have been brought up without a father? He changes his name to please Satan. dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad is turning over in his grave! Son you can't enter heaven with your new found wealth. Black Power!

Anonymous
July 31, 2012 at 4:50 PM

i am so disapointed in farah grey' AKA FARAKHAN MUHAMMAD' TO LIE AND SAY HE WAS IN POVERTY IS A SHAME' DR KHALLID ALWAYS PROVIDED FOR HIS CHILDREN' HE IS FAMOUS AND WEALTHY BUT A SELL OUT

Anonymous
August 26, 2012 at 3:55 AM

I WOULD LIKE TO FIRST SAY THAT WHOM EVER WROTE THIS ARTICLE SHOULD HAVE USED SPELL CHECK; NEVERTHELESS, MADE SOME VERY TRUE STATEMENTS ABOUT GRAY AND HIS SNAKE ASS MOTHER. HIS FATHER IS TURNING FLIPS IN HIS GRAVE. I AM DISGUSTED BY HIM AND HIS POVERTY CLAIMS, AND I KNOW FIRST HAND THAT IT IS A BOLD FACE LIE, THEY HAVE LIVED VERY COMFORTABLY. I CAN MAKE THESE STATEMENTS BECAUSE AS DR. KHALID'S NIECE I VISITED SEVERAL OF THEIR HIGH QUALITY HOMES.
PAULA YOU AND YOUR FAKE ASS SON SHOULD REPENT FOR YOUR LIES.

Anonymous
August 26, 2012 at 7:57 PM

HOW CAN YOU SAY SUCH TERRIBLE THINGS ABOUT KHALID'S SON? I DID'NT KNOW HIS FAMILY PERSONALLY AND DIDN'T KNOW HIS FINANCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES. HOW DID YOU KNOW WHETHER OR NOT FARRAH'S MOTHER WAS FINANCIALLY WELL OFF OR NOT. WHEN KHALID DIED HE WAS NOT WITH FARRAH'S MOTHER, HE HAD A SECOND WIFE.I KNOW THAT IT IS A DISAPPOINTMENT THAT FARRAH IS NOT IN THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY, BUT HE MIGHT HAVE HIS REASONS. IT'S JUST GOOD TO KNOW HE'S DOING SOMETHING POSITIVE FOR HIMSELF.

Anonymous
August 27, 2012 at 5:01 PM

My comments has nothing to do with the struggle it is about the lies he and his mother are telling. First of all Paula was not his first wife and Farrah is not his first son. He could not have possibly grown up in poverty when he lived with his father. I am not hating his game, I am hating that he is insinuating that his father was a dead beat.

Anonymous
August 27, 2012 at 5:11 PM

WE NO WHO THIS IS RESPONDING AND YOU NO LIKE I NO, YOU AND YOUR READY MADE FAMILY WAS WELL TAKEN CARE OF LIVING IN YOUR MANSION(WITH DR. KHALID). BUT TO RESPOND, NO YOU DONT KNOW HIS FAMILY PERSONALLY AND WE ARE NOT ASKING HIM TO BE IN THE STRUGGLE THAT'S TO HONORABLE FOR HIM. WE ARE NOT SAYING THAT HE IS NOT DOING POSITIVE THINGS, HOWEVER HE DOES NOT HAVE TO LIE TO CREATE OPPORTUNITY FOR HIMSELF. THIS IS ANOTHER ONE OF HIS FIRST COUSINS. HOW COULD HE SAY HE WAS IN POVERTY WHEN HE WAS RAISED IN THE HOUSE WITH HIS FATHER, BESIDE HIM, EVERY STEP OF THE WAY GOING FROM ONE NICE HOTEL TO THE NEXT. HE SHOULD BE ASHAMED, ASHAMED THAT HE USED HIS FATHER'S NAME TO GET AHEAD BUT NOW THAT YOU ARE THIS SO CALLED SELF MADE MILLIONAIRE(DADDY'S MONEY) YOU ARE A GRAY.

September 17, 2012 at 4:38 PM

You all need to get off this young bothers back. Khalid knew his son would become a great young man in life even if he didn't follow his path. You dumb Negros fail to realize that we need people at all post. We need strong Black men on the front line for battle. We need strong Black men who has a great business sense which his son haves. So with that being said, get off he's nuts. At least he's helping the poor black people. That's a lot more then what most of you haters are doing for your black community. Just be happy for the young Black Brother and try to be like him and help out your own and maybe just maybe our black community can be a better place for us all. Last, Stop with the Willie Lynching.

Anonymous
September 24, 2012 at 2:08 PM

It is people like you who make me sick. It is not hating to call a horses ass just that. If he would have been honest it would have been easy to support him, but I have a right to not support his lies. That being said your ignorant self can support his lies, and i'll do the opposite. It is sad that people are so hungry for fame and money that they will lye, cheat, and steal to get it. PEOPLE LIKE YOU ARE WHY THIS WORLD IS SO CORRUPTABLE!!!!! Learn how to spell and write an educated answer PlayaJay. Maybe Farrah can make a donation towards your education.

Anonymous
October 6, 2012 at 4:06 PM

BOTTOMLINE FARRAH IS A GODDAMN FAKE AS WANNA BE FUNDED BY WHITE DEVIL MONEY.

Anonymous
October 8, 2012 at 4:09 PM

MONEY THAT ALL YOU MOFOS WISH YOU HAD. YOU JUST HATERS. IN THIS ARTICLE IT SAYS 'HIS MOTHER LEFT "HIM", NOT HE LEFT HER. DAMN, DONT' YALL READ. IF HE LEARNED ANYTHING FROM HIS FATHER, HE LEARNED HOW TO PLAY THE GAME, HE KNOWS YOU CAN'T BE PART OF A REVOLUTION BROKE AND LAWD DON'T WAIT FOR NIGGAS TO FINANCE YOU, PLEASE, GET A GRIP.

Anonymous
December 16, 2012 at 4:08 AM

It's sad that some if not most our so called black/African american people are so BRAINWASHED that they can't see what has happened to this LOST little BOY! He was definitely bought, SAD to say but this is coming from a very very close relative of the Grey's..who (not trying to bost) is already well to do and more. Please BLACK/AFRICAN americans WAKE THE F@#K UP!!!

April 9, 2013 at 4:50 PM

Yes, he is turning over,and he did sell out, but his time shall come,devil always turn on you....

Anonymous
May 29, 2013 at 10:02 PM

He is trying to help people come out of poverty and realize the God given talents that they have. SO many other people are out there teaching hatred, promiscuity, sexual immorality and that the only way to come out of poverty is through selling drugs, being a rapper or an athlete. He has shown many children, especially young inner city kids that with hard work and wisdom from God you can do GREAT things. Any body that is mad at that can take a look at their own lives and see who has greater fruit. The kid who with all humility realizes that it is by the grace of God that He was able to come out of poverty or those who are calling him names and saying evil, hateful things about him because he is helping other people. I choose to listen to someone who is inspiring youth not tearing them down. Hate is not of God.

Anonymous
June 21, 2013 at 10:02 AM

I cant believe any man/woman on here could not want a man to make his OWN decisions on the path and legacy one wishes to leave behind, not matter who his father is? The Dr was a brillant man, but times have also changed! We are so jugdemental people. Farrah is not stupid by any means or a sellout. You can't help, uplift and elevate others unless you have power, and the economic resources to do so. Most of the people commenting are in no shape to be critizing the man's chosen path, you are not GOD. Is there anyone else on here who is a millionaire, telling blacks how to gain entreprenurship and business skills through education and spiritual guidance to free our people of their own limited education and mental enslavement being a damn employee...PLEASE STAND UP!

Anonymous
August 29, 2013 at 9:33 AM

Frauds must be exposed and this conman needs to be exposed, for he will poison the minds of young people. Instead of being inspired by Neil deGrasse Tyson or Cornell West, young Blacks will be lied to by this fraudster. Look up the companies he supposedly made millions with - you won't find anything. People fall for him, because he is an arrogant "Black leader"-type, who ends up talking about money only, never above fulfillment via contributing to the World. Because you know, we need more Jay Zs and P.Diddys and "businessmen" of that caliber, right? NO! Talk to deGrasse Tyson or Cornell West, they will talk to you about future's Black Einsteins, Sergey Brins or Nicola Teslas. WAKE UP PEOPLE!

Anonymous
November 13, 2013 at 5:10 AM

I wonder if Dr. Khalid knew of the meeting between Bill Clinton and his Son at the White House in 1999. Hmmm.

Anonymous
December 19, 2013 at 11:47 PM

hard to say what happened since I was not there, I love Dr. Khalid and lil Farrakhan for stepping up and being proactive in their mission and vision. I wont judge lil Farrakhan or Dr. Farrah for not bringing up his dad when talking about his mission, they have their own way of reaching their goal, I wont assume that he sold his soul to the devil, I will assume that the devil is not as smart as we believe he/she is.... with that said I support Dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad's legacy and I pray that little Farrah Gray surprises us all and chops the head of the serpent with our help and love...peace

March 28, 2014 at 7:00 PM

His Father Khalid (may Allah be pleased with him) is a Legendary You would have to be very good to follow that Brother.He was no joke.He Khalid was an excellent business man in his own right.I believe he had a couple of businesses on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.He also had more then one PhD's and spoke multiple languages,he also was an excellent martial artist I was blessed to be in his presence on more then one occasion.He had the demeanor of "The Supreme Warrior " I personally would have took a bullet for Him and or protected him with my life! RIP Long live The Spirit Of Khalid Muhammad What! a Brother !..

Anonymous
July 11, 2014 at 6:18 AM

I knew his father. Farrah was wearing mink coats when he was like 7yrs old.

Anonymous
July 11, 2014 at 6:57 PM

It is unfair to call Dr. Farrah Gray a sell out. He is a young man working hard to do something substantial with his life. His father, Dr. Khalid, did the same thing just in a different arena.

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