Well, well, well… it sounds like there are quite a few Shahs of Sunset haters in California. Color me not surprised.
According to L.A. Weekly, the Shahs of Sunset's "focus on its characters' over-the-top lifestyles" has annoyed many Iranian-Americans, causing the City of West Hollywood to pass "an official resolution, condemning it."
One star, Asa Soltan Rahmati, isn't fazed. "They hated it, but they watched it every week, they knew ever detail," said Asa. "I think, secretly, they loved it."
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Asa, Asa, Asa… the self-involved Persian Pop Priestess who manufactures diamond water, loves gold, walks on 30K in gold coins, appreciates big noses, and hates Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi… is so out of touch with reality.
L.A. Weekly reported that Asa moved from Iran to Germany to California at the age of 15, and she learned English by listening to Public Enemy and N.W.A. "I immediately knew this was home, and I've never felt like that before anywhere else," Asa shared. "This is more home to me than Iran could ever be at this point."
Now, at 36, Asa has fully embraced her Shahs of Sunset fame and Californian lifestyle. "My favorite thing in the world is to bump my music, put the top down and roll through the streets of L.A.," said Asa. "I live for that sh-t."
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