TV Series - Aug 29, 2022
It has been called out by fans that some of the stars on 90 Day Fiancé care more about their appearance than their partners and other loved ones. Many negative labels have been attached to these cast members, including selfish, gold diggers, and clout chasers. Various celebs have responded to these accusations in different ways, some claiming that they are being unfairly labeled and that things are different from what they appear on the screen.
Some people use wild accusations to boost their stardom, regardless of how outrageous they are. People are less tolerant of those who mistreat their partners or use 90 Day Fiancé to gain fame for bad behavior. Fans have mostly criticized these stars for their words and actions, but some have still received support. Others have fallen deeper into a metaphorical hole of public mistrust, while others have managed to redeem themselves.
These three cast members have been accused of being all style and no substance by viewers. The franchise has retained some actors, while others have moved on to other projects. The court of public opinion has ruled on these cast members, and the final judgment is still pending. The following are some of the reasons fans have accused these reality stars of being fake.
Anfisa was immediately labeled a gold-digger when she first appeared in 90 Day Fiancé season 4. Her ex-husband Jorge's money is what she is after, she openly admitted. She had already had numerous plastic surgery procedures, and she wanted more of the costly procedures. It was initially thought that Anfisa was an appearance-obsessed young woman who used others to achieve her goals. Fans are now more appreciative of the star, who was once accused of being all about her looks.
As a result of her divorce from Jorge, while he was in prison serving a sentence for trafficking marijuana, she evolved. She went on to graduate from business school, become a personal trainer, and launch her fitness app. The show has shown that she has matured a lot since she was a gold digger. Her success is due to her independence and ability to support herself. Some fans, however, will always perceive her as unauthentic.
The obsession Jibri Bell has with his style and appearance seems to have overshadowed his music and relationships during 90 Day Fiancé season 9. Even though he has done plenty of work online with his band, The Black Serbs, he seems to be using the show as a way to gain fame. At the beginning of the season, he ripped a pair of pants onscreen and sold them for $28,000.
Jibri and his fiancee Miona Bell have spent most of their relationship (up until now) traveling and posting about their trips on Instagram, which has raised fans' questions about their priorities. As part of their branding efforts, they did so. There has been criticism of Miona and Jibri's fabricated fights on the show, and viewers wonder if Jibri can balance a music career and marriage. Their concern is that his obsession with appearances may lead to his downfall.
Known for her antics on and off the screen, YouTuber Stephanie "fart jar" Matto is one of the most notorious 90 Day Fiancé cast members. Her farts in a jar helped her become a millionaire before she moved on to NFTs. Stephanie made her debut on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, visiting her ex-girlfriend Erika Owens in Australia.
When Erika met her in person, she found that she was very different from who she had appeared on YouTube and in their online relationship. After the disastrous trip, the couple split up right before Stephanie left. Since Stephanie was perceived as uncaring, fans have rallied around Erika.
She has admitted to being a 90DF clout chaser, pulling stunts on the show and online specifically to gain fame and money. The second season of 90 Day Fiancé: The Single Life starred Stephanie as well. Fans of 90 Day Fiancé are tired of Stephanie's schtick, and see her as more of a character than a real person.