Ibrahim Chappelle is the celebrity baby born to the famous stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle and Elaine Mendoza Erfe. He was born in the year 2003 in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
"Ibrahim" is an Arabic name and has multiple meanings: intimate friend, father of a multitude, prophet’s name.
Parents Net Worth
Ibrahim's mother, Elaine Mendoza Erfe has a net worth of $1 million which she accumulated through her former career as a chef. After having kids, she became a full-time mom to look after them.
Ibrahim's father, Dave Chappelle has a whopping net worth of $42 million. He earned his riches through his career as an actor and a stand-up comedian
Ibrahim's parents have a very good relationship which can easily be set aside as every one of our couple goals. The couple has been married for two decades now since they tied the knot in the year 2001. They dated for a couple of years before leaping into the sacred marital bond.
Ibrahim Chappelle has two siblings: Sulaymaan Chappelle and Sonal Chappelle. Sulaymaan is Ibrahim's elder brother and he was born on the year 2001.
Sonal is Ibrahim's little sister who was born on the year 2009 and has already shared the big screen with her father in the movie 'A Star is Born'. All three Chappelle kids are very close and share a tight bond.
Father's Belief in Islam
Dave has been very vocal about his belief in the Islamic religion. He converted to the religion in the year 1988. Ibrahim's father also has given him and his siblings Islamic names so that they feel closer to the religion. Dave and his family is a strong believer and loves their religion.
Avoids Public Life
As fun as it is to grow up living in lavish mansions and to be financially secured, it is not easy to be a celebrity's child. It comes with the public pressure and just the pressure of people wanting to interfere in their lives. Ibrahim and his siblings, therefore, stay away from the public eyes.
Dave and Elaine make sure that their kids grow up in a normal way as much as possible. Even it means keeping their lives hidden and not allowing them to be on social media.