Shafik Brown and Rahim Hirji — loyal sons. So loyal that they’ve taken major hits — the kind of hits most people want to avoid in their lifetimes, in my opinion — for their father, Shafik Hirji.
Shafik Hirji’s son, Rahim, filed bankruptcy at a very young age — 22 at the time — which is something most people want to avoid at all costs. In the bankruptcy was listed nearly $2.8 million in liabilities. I ask you how in the world a 22-year-old can amass $2.8 million in liabilities? It’s certainly not for a college loan. Maybe father Shafik was trying to pull a fast one on his son, shift assets and stay out of bankruptcy court himself? Just a question and speculation about alleged activity, but something for legal authorities to consider.
Rahim allegedly was involved in something called Destiny Investments. And allegedly a substantial loss occurred. We will be detailing this and other information shortly.
Now Shafik Hirji’s other son, Shafi Brown, is entangled with his dad in a lawsuit filed by me just a few days ago in Nevada District Court, charged with fraud in the inducement, negligent misrepresentation, civil conspiracy, breach of contract, unjust enrichment and a host of other things.
Well, at least all this is something this father and son team can share and reflect on this Father’s Day, right?