’90 Day Fiancé’: Babygirl Lisa Hamme Opens up About Her Marriage With Usman Umar–’Nigerian Men Prefer Heavy-Set Women’
Babygirl Lisa Hamme and Usman Umar have one of the more controversial 90 Day Fiancé relationships. They’ve both been accused of cheating, for one. And, more recently, Lisa admitted to calling her husband the N-word and has been on the receiving end of a lot of backlash ever since.
In an interview Babygirl Lisa did with The Domenick Nati Show on May 22, she spoke about her marriage with Usman. She says she feels the 90 Day Fiancé audience doesn’t realize that “Usman and I have been together three years. We’ll be married a year in August.”
Babygirl Lisa Hamme says she and Usman Umar are ‘very happy with [their] sex life’
As for their sex life, Babygirl Lisa spoke about that, too. She wants the show’s fans to know that she and Usman are good in that department, especially because Usman sort of hinted that it could be better.
“Everybody wants to know because they didn’t understand what Usman said on the show. That I’m 70% good. To him, he thought he was being kind about it. He didn’t realize it would be offensive to Americans. I’m like, ‘Usman, you just insulted all the women in America,’” she said, adding that “Nigerian men prefer heavy set women. Truly they do.”
“But the intimate part of the relationship: we blended two cultures together, two countries together, we came together, how’s that?” she continued. “Usman and I are very happy with our sex life.”
Babygirl Lisa talks Usman staying faithful to her and having kids
Babygirl Lisa also said that she feels, right now, Usman is being faithful to her, because they have a system.
“Anytime he calls me or I call him we automatically answer no matter where we’re at, if we’re in the bathroom or shower, we stop what we’re doing and hit that video button so we can talk to one another. So at any given time he can ring my phone, like right now. He’s probably like, ‘Oh, let me hit this button. Who’s she talking to?’” she said.
Lisa also said that she and Usman are going to try and have children. If they can’t, he may “take a second wife.” But, according to Lisa, Usman can only do that if he can fully financially provide for Lisa’s lifestyle.
“As far as children, we’re definitely going to try. And if it does not happen, in Nigeria, he is entitled to take four wives. But people don’t understand the complete law of that. I am the first wife. I carry the highest title. The second, third, fourth, are below. So he may take a second wife so long as he can take care of my house, my bills, and I live comfortably. I don’t have to pay for anything, he has to pay for it all before he can take a second wife,” she said.