‘Bling Empire’ Star Kevin Kreider Drops Cartier Ring in the Ocean Right After Getting It

‘Bling Empire’ Star Kevin Kreider Drops Cartier Ring in the Ocean Right After Getting It

February 2, 2021
Kevin Kreider, star of the popular Netflix reality series “Bling Empire,” recently received a Cartier ring from friend and co-star Christine Chiu but accidentally dropped it in the ocean shortly after.
Chiu had reportedly given out Cartier jewelry to her castmates, who were also attendees of a yacht party organized to celebrate her and Kane Lim’s birthdays, according to AsiaOne.
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Lim, who documented their yacht party via a series of Instagram Stories, revealed how Kreider lost his Cartier ring in one of the clips.
“@kevin.kreider dropped his Cartier into the ocean,” he wrote. In the video, Lim yelled “Kevin!” while laughing.
Kreider, who can be heard saying, “That was the only Cartier I got,” appears to be genuinely frustrated over the ordeal.
Originally from Korea, the 37-year-old model was adopted into a white family as a baby. Kreider has expressed hope in finding his biological parents with his newfound fame through “Bling Empire,” according to SCMP.
Before being cast on the show, Kreider worked as a model and as a fitness coach while also running his own production company called Taejin Entertainment LLC.
Feature Image via Kane Lim
      Ryan General

      Ryan General is a Senior Reporter for NextShark




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