FADER magazine put French Montana on the cover of their latest issue with a story depicting his return to Morocco.
French Montana was on the cover of FADER magazine where they did a cover story on his return to his native home of Morocco. The story is an in depth look at French Montana the person, and depicts the first time he had been back to Morocco since leaving it for New York with his family as a teenager.
Check out the cover, a short excerpt from the story, and some photos below.
Born Karim Kharbouch, French Montana spent his first 13 years on a sprawling family estate just outside Casablanca. He left with his mother, father Abdela and little brother Zack for the South Bronx when he was 13 and, until today, has never been back. The young Karim learned English in the streets and in the Bronx high schools—Lehman, then Roosevelt—that he attended before dropping out. His father lasted two years in New York before returning to Casablanca. His mother was on welfare.