Born on March 30, 1990, Rola is a Japanese fashion model, singer, actor, and TV personality of Bangladeshi, Russian, and Japanese ancestry. She is well-known as a model because of her frequent appearances in various advertisements and the Japanese fashion magazine Vivi. In addition, Rola gained popularity as a tarento in 2011; she has been a regular on Japanese television and has amassed one of the biggest social media followings of any Japanese celebrity. In the past, Libera, a management agency, represented Rola in Japan.
Early Life And Career
Japan's Tokyo is where Rola was born. Her father is Bangladeshi, while her mother is Japanese with a quarter Russian ancestry. At the age of one, she relocated to Bangladesh, where she enrolled in an American international school. After her parents split when she was nine years old, she went back to Japan where she was mostly raised by her Chinese stepmother. She has a younger half-brother and half-sister who are also twins, as well as a twin brother named Ryo, with whom she is reportedly friendly. Her father raised her and her brother as Muslims, but because pork is so common in Japanese society, he gave them permission to consume it.
In 2008, Rola started to feature in the fashion magazine Vivi following many appearances in the Japanese magazine Popteen. Since then, she has been involved in the runway modelling industry, participating in several events like Girls Award, Tokyo Girls Collection, and Shibuya Girls Collection. In August 2012, Rola made her debut on the cover of Vivi magazine and released her first fashion book, "The Rola!!" in the same month. In June 2014, Rola's Closet, a second fashion book, was published. It features images that Rola took on the photo-sharing app Instagram.
On July 26, 2014, Jurip, her father, turned himself in at a police station in Tokyo's Suginami Ward and was taken into custody. A year prior, he had been added to Interpol's wanted list after he had conned and stolen from Japan's public health insurance scheme.