The 90-day fiance starts Bilal is a prominent Muslim luxury realtor from Kansas City, Missouri, who claims to have made his money via legitimate real estate investment.
He often refers to himself as a hood boujee, claiming to be a self-made billionaire who grew up in the hood with destitute parents, Jabir and Halalah Hazziez.
And now he’s having the time of his life, driving a lovely automobile, wearing Gucci and Louis Vuitton clothes, and flaunting his money and luxurious lifestyle on Instagram.
As a high-value guy who shares his lifestyle on Instagram, he may attract the wrong sort of individuals, such as fraudsters and money diggers, and this is where Shaheeda comes in.
A lovely 38-year-old Muslim Yoga teacher from Trinidad and Tobago who has spent her whole life seeking a suitable affluent spouse with whom she would have and raise their future children.
But nothing was going as planned for the Yoga instructor. It appears that Bilal is overly cautious, and he fears that she is only with him for his money, despite the fact that she was the one who made the first move and sent him a DM on Instagram to get to know him, which resulted in their engagement.
Aside from that, he still has wounds from his previous marriage and wants to preserve his assets in the event that his future marriage does not work out. So there will be no marriage until Shaheeda signs the 10-page prenup that he wrote with his lawyer.
Also, he already has two children and does not want to have any more, and let’s not forget that the ex-wife is still in the picture and supports the prenup proposal to secure her children’s future.
Some 90 Day Fiancé franchise followers are always ready to fact-check every new cast member, and they did some research on Bilal and discovered that his parents were not truly destitute, but they were middle-class or even upper-middle class at one time.
Jabir Hazziez, his father, is the owner of Principle Intelligence, LLC, a certified security and investigative agency specializing in Special Event Security, Investigations, Secured Transportation, and Personal Protection.
While his mother, Halalah Hazziez, may have published a book called “Do You Have the Sensation God Gave a Goose ?” It is available on Amazon.com.
She has a college degree and a Ph.D., yet she seems to have worked in the Protection Agency alongside her spouse. Mr. Hazzier had a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice but substantial protective training from other sources, including the military.
Bilal Hazziez net worth is reported to be ten million dollars, however, nothing has been proven. It’s solely based on the house he’s presently living in, as well as the flipped properties that his real estate company is selling. His company not only helps customers sell their homes for a fee, but it also flips properties for a profit.
The viewers also speculate that his c class Mercedes car and the house he’s currently living in with his fiancée are both long-term rentals and not actually his and that he kept his parents’ home in poor condition for sentimental value, just to stay in touch with the neighborhood where he was born and raised.
Shaheeda, on the other hand, can survive on her own in the event of a divorce; she’s a sophisticated Yoga instructor with years of experience, and she speaks English fluently, so being alone in the United States won’t be an issue; and even if she returns to Trinidad, her family will welcome her with open arms.