Sara Al Madani defends herself in an African wig at a dancehall party.

Sarah Al-Madani is trying to refrain from culturally borrowing remarks about her new appearance on ‘The Real Housewives in Dubai’.

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Sara Al Madani advocates her new style.

Sara Al Madani defends herself in a new look wearing an African wig at Lesa Milan’s Jamaican dancehall themed party.

Al Madani claims that the hairstyle seen in the Wednesday night episode is quite common in Arab society.

Solving the problem alone with Page Six, she said, ‘I was worried about my appearance because there were people who wouldn’t accept me because of the culture. But the problem is that Africa exists in my culture.’

If you don’t know, Al Madani is the only Emirati cast member on the reality show ‘The Real Housewives in Dubai’.

Al Madani also said, ‘In my culture, there are black people, there are emirates with Africans, and there are people of color. So it’s very normal in the United Arab Emirates. But I was worried that other people around the world would see it in a different way.’

The reality show star wore a wig along with a long, colorful striped dress. She paired it with red heels and gold jewelry.

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Moreover, al-Madani asserted that he ‘loves and thrives on all cultures’ when he walks the path with other cultures.

She continued, ‘Every time I travel and experience a new culture, I feel like I find a piece of my soul. So… I liked it. I just love that look.’

Then the 33-year-old businessman said, ‘It was so much fun. I like to dance.’

Designer Mina Roe supports Sara Al Madani’s new African wig.

After the incident, designer Mina Roe came to support Sara Al Madani’s new style.

In one confession, she said, ‘It’s really touching. They’re all insanely handsome.’

She said, ‘Sara, with her big Afro, and nobody wants to bring a cultural relic?’

Then Roe pointed out that ‘Jamaica’s motto is ‘many, one’. Arabs have Africa. I’m here wearing a fucking blonde wig. We’re fine, okay?’

Nevertheless, Al Madani was impressed by Roe’s kind words and joked that it was ‘one small’ affirmation of various commentaries from his confession last season.

Al Madani insisted with a laugh. ‘Did she actually say something nice about me? I was shocked. Was it really for me, or was it that her people wouldn’t judge her just because I was at her party?’



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