'Dubai Bling' cast net worth: who is the richest cast member?

Curious about the 'Dubai Bling' cast net worth? Here's the blingiest member of the hit Netflix reality show

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It's only natural to be curious about the Dubai Bling cast—and especially about that Dubai Bling cast net worth. 

After all, the Netflix reality series (which premiered on the streamer on October 27) chronicles the lives of a prominent, prosperous group of UAE residents, including fashion models, famous DJs, billionaire widows and social-media influencers—think Bling Empire in the Middle East. 

Is Dubai Bling scripted? That's debatable, but given that there are 67,900 "high-net-worth individuals" (you know, millionaires, multimillionaires, billionaires and the like) currently living in the metropolis, per The National (opens in new tab), we're dealing with very real, very deep pockets here. 

But who actually is the richest from the show? Here's what we know about the Dubai Bling cast net worth.

'Dubai Bling' cast net worth: who is the richest?

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1. EBRAHEEM AL SAMADI

Ebraheem al Samadi, the 34-year-old CEO and founder of Forever Rose—which specializes in "the only original 100% Natural Long Lasting Rose"—is the Dubai Bling cast's richest star, with a whopping net worth of $50 million, according to Arabian Business (opens in new tab)

A company with 350 employees, the Forever Rose brand boasts seven outlets—four in the UAE, two in Qatar and one in Saudi Arabia—and its Forever Rose Café offshoot has three brick-and-mortar locations in the UAE. 

2. LOUJAIN 'LJ' ADADA

A former model and TV presenter. Loujain Adada is said to have a net worth of $4 million, though it may be higher. Much of her assets were inherited from her marriage to the late Arabic billionaire Walid Juffali, which lasted from 2012 to 2016.

3. ZEINA KHOURY

The CEO and Chief Growth Office of High Mark Real Estate, a luxury brokerage in the UAE, real estate professional Zeina Khoury is allegedly worth $2.8 million. 

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4. KRIS FADE

The 42-year-old radio presenter, TV host, brand ambassador and entrepreneur—he is the founder of Fade Fit (opens in new tab), a lifestyle brand offering protein snacks, energy bars, multivitamins and smoothies, which he runs alongside wife Brianna Ramirez—has a net worth of $2 million. 

5. DJ Bliss

Marwan Parham Al Awadhi, also known as DJ Bliss, is an Emirati DJ, TV presenter and radio personality who is reportedly worth $1.7 million, per Celebs Week (opens in new tab)

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6. FARHANA BODI

The 36-year-old entrepreneur and content creator, who founded the women's empowerment and lifestyle blog "I Woman of the World (opens in new tab)," has a net worth valued at $1.5 million. 

7. LOJAIN OMRAN

Though her exact net worth is unknown, the fortune of Saudi Arabian television presenter and social media personality Lojain Omran is estimated to be between one and five million dollars. With 10.2 million followers, she has the most Instagram clout of the Dubai Bling cast and regularly shares sponsored content with brands like Clarins and Van Cleef & Arpels. 

8. SAFA SIDDIQUI

There are many discrepancies regarding the net worth of Iraqi-British 32-year-old Safa Siddiqui, with some outlets reporting $180,000 and others $1.28 million. Whatever the actual total, her considerable handbag collection (stocked with luxury brands like Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermès) is proof that Siddiqui is doing just fine indeed.

Season one of Dubai Bling is currently available to stream on Netflix. Will we get a Dubai Bling season 2? Stay tuned! 

Christina Izzo is the Deputy Editor of My Imperfect Life. 


More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York


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