Ibrahim Chappelle is the second child of American stand-up comedian, writer, and actor Dave Chappelle and his wife Elaine Mendoza Erfe.
While Ibrahim's age and date of birth has not been disclosed, he is now a teen. He has an older brother, Sulyaman Chappelle, and a younger sister, Sanaa Chappelle.
Ibrahim's paternal grandfather, William David Chappelle III, was an American professor of music and a civil rights organizer. His paternal grandmother, Yvonne Seon Reed is a Unitarian Universalist minister.
Yvonne worked for Congolese Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba. She has also served as a professor and university administrator at several universities including Wright State University and Prince George's Community College.
Chappelle's parents have managed to keep their personal life out of the spotlight and rarely divulge any details related to their family life.
In an interview with Howard Stern, Dave revealed that he met his future wife Elaine in her hometown Brooklyn, New York. Elaine was born on August 31, 1974, and is a Filipina.
Dave, a native of Washington D.C., had moved to New York after completing his high school in 1991. It is not known when the two first met or started dating.
They tied the knot in an intimate ceremony on December 5, 2004, and have been together ever since, living a life without fanfare in a small, quiet Yellow Springs community in Ohio despite being a public figure.
Chappelle's net worth has not been revealed yet. Meanwhile, his father Dave Chappelle has a net worth of $50 million as of 2021. Ibrahim lives on a 65-acre farm near Yellow Springs with his parents and siblings.
Besides, his father owns several houses in Xenia, Ohio. In November 2016, the 47-year-old comedian signed a deal with Netflix, releasing three new stand-up comedy specials to the streaming service.
He reportedly earned a salary of $20 million per special, making a whopping $60 million for the specials. Moreover, between June 2016 and June 2017, Chappelle earned $47 million and amassed $35 million the following year.