Talking about Ebraheem Al Samadi's parents, he was born on January 15, 1988, to his father, Husni Al Samadi, and his American ethnic mother, Khadejah Dowd.
Dubai Bling is a Netflix reality series that follows some of Dubai's wealthiest inhabitants. The cast members belong to the same social group yet have varying ties with one another. While some friendships produce beautiful moments, others deteriorate with time. The show gives viewers a close-up look into the personal and professional lives of the celebrities it features.
Since the release of the Netflix show, Ebraheem Al Samadi has emerged as one of the show's most entertaining cast members. As we know, he made his debut in the show as the richest star on the reality show. He was only 13 when he launched his first business, reselling goods on eBay. The 34-year-old TV star has now started numerous businesses, all of which have been highly successful.
With all the gain in popularity, viewers have recently been curious to know more about Ebraheem Al Samadi's background, especially who are his parents. Well, here's everything we've discovered about his personal life.
Ebraheem Al Samadi Parents: He Was Born to His Father, Husni Al Samadi, & Mother, Khadejah Dowd!
Ebraheem Al Samadi (@thebloomingman) was born on January 15, 1988, to his father, Husni Al Samadi, and his American ethnic mother, Khadejah Dowd, whom fans have already met on the Netflix show, Dubai Bling. According to a source, his parents met outside a mosque while Husni was studying in the United States.
Husni Al Samadi and Khadejah Dowd are the parents of Ebraheem Al Samadi.
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At the time, Ebraheem's mother was an 18-year-old orphan, divorcee, and mother of two. However, that didn't stop Husni from getting romantically involved with her. Following their marriage, Ebraheem's parents relocated to Kuwait, where they welcomed the Dubai Bling star.
In addition to being a highly wealthy businessman and hotelier, Ebraheem Al Samadi's father is the owner of the family company, The Al Samadi Group (@alsamadigroup). According to the company's Instagram page, they include the most unique selection of foreign brands in the Middle East, including Ebraheem-owned Forever Rose Cafe. Nablus, Chickery, Big Smoke, My Imenso, Wired Up, and Rogue Coffee. Furthermore, Ebraheem is currently the CEO of the retail division of The Al Samadi Group.
But to let you know, Ebraheem Al Samadi was just two years old when his parents were forced to escape Kuwait as the Gulf War loomed. But before they began having issues, their relationship stayed solid for more than ten years. Unfortunately, they divorced when he was just 13 years old.
However, he has always had a close relationship with his mother. Following the divorce, he decided to leave his father's villa and live with his mother in her one-bedroom flat. Ebraheem's commitment to earning and providing for his mother motivated him to sell his garments on eBay.
Furthermore, Ebraheem Al Samadi has five siblings, including a sister, Aisha Alkhudair, who attended the University of Central Florida, and four other siblings, Mariam, Abdullah, Zainab, and Halima. According to Mariam's LinkedIn page, she studied public communication at the American University of the UAE. She is also a co-founder of the organization Women of Dubai. However, there isn't much information regarding his other siblings.
Ebraheem Al Samadi From Dubai Bling Expresses His Desire to Become a Father This Year!
Ebraheem Al Samadi originally appeared in the first season of Netflix's Dubai Bling, which was released last year. Fans have been anticipating the show's new approach since the announcement of its second season in February. The dashing CEO of Forever Rose London and Forever Rose Café almost immediately became the face behind the show's most memorable one-liners and memes.
After marrying his bride in March of this year, Ebraheem Al Samadi desired to become a father.
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Previously, Ebraheem announced his desire to have children with his wedded bride in an interview with Cosmopolitan. The 34-year-old Kuwaiti-American stated,
Honestly, I just want to have children. I think children will definitely make me a different and better person. I believe that God’s greatest gift to mankind is children.
If you're not aware, Ebraheem Al Samadi revealed to his followers on Instagram earlier this year that he was getting married. His wife had been his buddy for two years before their marriage, and he regarded her as possessing the maturity he required to be grounded and return to reality. He continues, “You always need someone who brings out the best of you, not the worst of you.”