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Meet the man who stole Rihanna’s heart

2017-06-29 09:58
 
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Cape Town – Rihanna has a new man in her life and he is gorgeous.

Photos of the Work hitmaker and her mystery man getting steamy in the swimming pool of their luxury villa in Spain surfaced earlier this week.

Since then social media has been hard at work trying to figure out who the gorgeous man that stole RiRi’s heart is.

Meet Hassan Jameel.

THE FAMILY BUSINESS

Hassan is 29 years old and happens to be the deputy president and vice chairman of the family business Abdul Latif Jameel.

Among other things the family business exclusively owns Toyota distribution rights in Saudi Arabia as well as the Saudi pro soccer league – which is named the Jameel League.

The company is worth $1.5bn making Hassan the heir to the biggest companies in the world, this also means he is a billionaire.

In 2016 Forbes ranked the Jameel family #12 on the on its list of the richest Arabs in the world.

PREVIOUS CELEB RELATIONSHIPS

According to reports, Hussan has dated a super-famous celebrity before. The 29-year-old was spotted watching Stevie Wonder at the British Summer Time with Naomi Campbell in London in 2016.

The recent discovery of Hassan's relationship history has caused people to think he may be the reason for Naomi and Rihanna's rumoured feud earlier this year. The former gal pals unfollowed one another on social media and when questioned about it Naomi gave a super-shady answer.

WATCH NAOMI TALK ABOUT THAT RIRI FEUD HERE:

A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT

Back in 2013 Hassan accepted a challenge by the Guinness World Records to break the world record for the largest Toyota car parade.

However TMZ reported no applications from Saudi Arabia Toyota have been submitted to Guinness since Hassan accepted the challenge. For interest sake Columbia and South Africa have applied while Cyprus is the current record holder.

WATCH A VIDEO OF THE RECORD HERE:

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