On the last day of Donald Trump (74 years) in the White House, his daughter Tiffany (27) announced his marriage commitment to Michael Boulos (23), a businessman of Lebanese and French descent, from a successful family on the African continent. His father is tycoon Massad Boulos, who has a long business career in Nigeria. While his brother is Fares Boulos (30), a actor and singer that has made a niche for itself in the music industry.
Fares was born in Houston, Texas, but moved to Nigeria at the age of five for his family’s businesses. According to his Instagram account, he remains there to this day. However, during his youth I study Liberal Arts in Los Angeles, where he focused on theater, and worked as an actor in London.
According to IMDb, the database that stores project information on the small and big screen, Tiffany Trump’s brother-in-law appeared in the british series The Crown in 2016, when its first season aired. According to the portal, the young man also had two other projects related to the world of entertainment: Turning Point (2012) and Tied up (2016). In addition, in 2018 it appeared in the second part of Fantastic animals.
But beyond his work as an actor, Fares Boulos is a singer. In fact, his greatest recognition, at least on the African continent, is due to his career in the music industry, in which he has served as rapper. His songs are signed with the name of Oyibo Rebel, a pseudonym with which he also calls himself on social networks and that came after getting rid of the nickname Farastafari. Thus, the artist mixes a Nigerian word that refers to white-skinned people and the adjective rebel.
Today, in his Spotify profile, Fares Boulos has 1,742 monthly views for their songs. The most recent, titled Do Without You. The rapper has also collaborated with two other local artists, Mz Kiss and Chinko Ekun, who have extensive musical careers in Nigeria.
In addition to presenting his work as an artist on the aforementioned musical platform, Fares usually shares his different projects on his Instagram account, in which he adds 106,000 followers. Among them, his sister-in-law Tiffany Trump. But beyond his life as a rapper, in this social network he shares how much he likes Africa, a feeling that he has also expressed in an interview. “Nigeria is my home. It is where I spent most of my childhood and most of my life. This is my base, “he once commented.