Sara Al Madani defends wearing an Afro wig at a dancehall party

Sara Al Madani defends wearing an Afro wig at a dancehall party ...

Sara Al Madani is trying to dispel cultural appropriation claims in her recent new appearance on The Real Housewives of Dubai.

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Sara Al Madani is defending herself for her recent appearance, which included an Afro wig during Lesa Milan's Jamaican dancehall gathering.

Al Madani claims that the haircut, which was shown on the Wednesday nights episode, is quite common among the Arab community.

She addressed the issue with Page Six exclusively and shared that I was concerned about the appearance because some people may not accept it due to culture. The fact is, the Afro exists in my culture.

Al Madani is the only Emirati cast member in the reality show The Real Housewives of Dubai.

Moreover, Al Madani said, There are black people in my culture, there are Emiratis who have Afros, and there are people of color. So for us, in the United Arab Emirates, it is very normal. But I was concerned that other people around the world would look at it in a different light.

The reality show star wore her wig with a long, colorfully striped dress. She matched them with a pair of gold earrings.

Al Madani claimed to enjoy all cultures and flourishes when she crosses paths with different ones.

I feel like every time I travel and encounter a new culture, I find a piece of my soul. So I loved it. I just loved the look, going for it.

The 33-year-old businesswoman then said, "I had so much fun." I love to dance.

Mina Roe, the designer who designed Sara Al Madani's new style, came to support her.

Im actually surprised by what she said in a confessional. Everyone looks unbelievable.

Sara, thanks for the big Afro, and please don't let anyone in on the cultural appropriation.

Jamaica's motto is out of many, one people. Arabs have Afros. Im out here in a damn blonde wig. We are okay, right?

Al Madani was pleasantly surprised by Roes' kind words, joking that it was one small element of beauty among the various remarks made in confessionals throughout the previous season.

Al Madani stated with a laugh, that she actually said something nice about me? Was it really for me, or was it just so people wouldn't judge her because Im at her party?

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