Napoleon, Mutah Beale is a former member of Tupac’s rap group Outlawz. In 1995, Mutah appeared on the song “Outlaw” which sold over 3 million copies. From a music career that helped him attain stardom with Tupac Shakur, and surviving shootouts and more, Mutah went through trials and tribulations that lead him to a life of spirituality.

Born in a tough neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, Napoleon’s parents were shot and killed in what the police described as an ”execution-style” slaying when he was only 3 years old, and later his brother, Seike Beale, committed suicide. Growing up in his grandmother’s house, he started drug dealing at an early age, but it was music and poetry through which he found a way to truly express himself. Music provided him a platform where he could make big and move ahead in life. But it was Islam that ultimately provided him with true meaning in life.

He earned huge amounts of money, owned luxurious cars, private jets, mansions, and all the material things one can ever dream of, but he claims them to be “false pleasures”. Napoleon also performed Hajj which was a life changing experience for him. His incredible journey led him to be a motivational speaker and has held many talks where he narrated his life story and preached Islam. The influence of Napoleon on the youth was astonishing and the positive feedback from the elders of the community suggested this.

Napoleon left his life in the United States and headed to Saudi Arabia where he now lives with his wife and kids. He opened his own coffee shop in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, and plans to open a coffee cart service company in Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh. He has dedicated his online presence to spreading the positive message of Islam and preaching true Islamic values.