Bringing home a golden Grammy award must be amazing, but Rihanna was bringing home something (well actually, someone) perhaps even more valuable after the Grammy's this year.

Okay, so she didn't exactly "bring him home", but Queen Rih and her alleged boo, Hassan Jameel, were spotted partying together at 1Oak Nightclub in New York City for the Grammy's afterparty.

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The 29-year-old singer turned beauty mogul was seen leaving 1Oak just shortly after Hassan. But in fact, the duo goes way back to when they were first spotted together on a steamy vacation in Spain in June 2017, then in Paris, then in London, and even in Boston.

But here's the burning question we've all been meaning to ask, who is this guy, even? I mean, he was keeping it rather casual at the Grammy's afterparty with a grey t-shirt and black hoodie. But au contraire, the man is definitely not casual.

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Rihanna's man Hassan Jameel is a respected business figure and billionaire boy from Saudi Arabia. He is the deputy president and vice chairman to his family business, Abdul Latif Jameel Domestic. Ranked by Forbes as the 12th wealthiest Arabs in the world, he is the heir to his $1.9 billion family fortune.

While the Jameel family wealth is mostly due to the fact that their business owns the sole selling rights to all Toyota vehicles in all Saudi Arabia, it's also partially due to the fact that they own a soccer league of their own - the Jameel league.

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Though no one is exactly sure of when our bad gal started dating the billionaire boy, sources have said that, “This relationship is the real deal. Rihanna has told friends she’s in love with him and seems completely smitten. They’ve been spending a lot of time together away from prying eyes and are really serious. They’re really enjoying each others’ company," according to The Sun.

Source: Marie Claire, The Sun

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