Lynn Ban from Bling Empire: New York and Jett Kain's married life suggests that her husband is not gay. He and his wife have been married for a long time and remain happily married. Although some may not believe it, her husband is actually straight and the father of one child.
Renowned jewelry designer Lynn Ban is part of the Netflix series Bling Empire: New York. The first season was recently released, with 8 episodes uploaded all at once. The Netflix show gives viewers an inside look at the luxurious lifestyles of some of New York City's wealthiest Asian Americans like Tina Leung, Vika Abby, Stephen Hung and his wife Deborah Valdez-Hung, Richard Chang, Nam Laks, and many more personalities.
Ban has never been shy about expressing her love and devotion to her family, so it was no surprise when her husband Jett Kain appeared alongside her in the Netflix series Bling Empire: New York. However, Jett was caught on camera saying something quite offensive to journalist/actor Blake Abbie, prompting fans to speculate about Jett Kain's sexuality. Is he gay? Let's find out what's going on.
No, Jett Kain, the husband of Bling Empire: New York's Lynn Ban (@lynn_ban), is not gay and is straight. Although some may not believe it, Jett is actually straight; he and his wife have been married for a long time and are still together. Sebastian, their youngest son, is currently attending boarding school in London.
Ban's husband, Jett gave viewers the impression that he was secretly gay after invading Blake Abbie's personal space and interrogating him about his sexuality. The vast majority of viewers assumed Jett Kain, Lynn Ban's husband, is gay after watching the third episode of Bling Empire: New York.
The couple and Blake had lunch at an urban eatery with outdoor seating in that segment. The three appeared to get along well and had been friends for quite some time. Jett, on the other hand, was meeting Blake Abbie after a long time. Things seemed to be going swimmingly until Jett asked a simple question Blake is gay.
The reality star chimed in, saying no, he's queer. However, Blake Abbie was taken aback and stared at the couple for a few moments. The actor was visibly offended, but responded in a rather graceful manner, saying that you don't ask people about their sexual orientation.
Jett then called Blake an equal opportunity humper and effectively forced him to participate in an Instagram photo shoot. Kain even claimed that Blake required assistance with his Instagram profile. Jett ended up calling Blake a snowflake after effectively forcing him into different poses during the photoshoot. That's when Blake snapped and stormed away.
Lynn Ban and Jett Kain are happily married and looking forward to many more years together. In the late 2000s, they had a son named Sebastian. Jett isn't explicitly present on her feed, but her images show that nearly all of them were taken by none other than her husband, her biggest paparazzi. The secret to their long-lasting relationship is open communication, understanding of one another, and putting in the effort to make each other happy no matter what.
Ban reportedly met mainstream MTV reporter/producer Jett for the first time at a New Year's Eve party back in 1994, only for the latter to feel an instant spark. He recalls her dancing on a speaker in high heels and a very short skirt before he approached to ask for her phone number, blissfully unaware that she had given him the wrong number.
However, fate had it that they would meet again a few months later at a dinner gathering hosted by mutual friends, and this time the fashionista was quite open to his unsubtle advances. The pair thus began a relationship, which evidently made them so happy despite their inherent cultural differences that they married a couple of years later.
They then went into business together, beginning with establishing her father's Genki Sushi franchise in the United States in order to expand the market beyond Singapore, Hong Kong, and China. So their success here is what eventually drove them to start dabbling in other areas, culminating in the launch of Lynn Ban Jewelry in the early 2010s.