An evening with rapper Napoleon - my journey to Islam

Fir Vale's Iqra Promotions are hosting one of the rappers from the biggest selling and most popular rap group “Outlawz”, they featured on many of 2PAC Shakur's albums and sold a staggering 40 Million albums worldwide.

Napoleon will be in Sheffield to talk about his life and times with 2Pac Shakur and Biggie Smalls of Bad Boy Records, owned by P Diddy. Napoleon has changed his outlook on life and is now a motivational speaker that talks about crime, gangs, drugs and the negative impact that they have on communities. Please check the link for a promo –

He will be at the Sheffield City Library Theatre on Sunday the 6th of December 2009 from 7.00pm. The event is ticketed at £5.00 and tickets are available from Bab-e-Islam on 596 Attercliffe Road, Sheffield, S9 3QS.

Please telephone on 0114 243 8786 for more information. This is an event not to be missed and will also feature a live display by 2 x world Thai Boxing Champion Imran Khan.

Napoleon Event

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