‘90 Day Fiancé’: How the Cast Reacted to the End of the Season
90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Season 2 has come to an end. Some stars ended the season in good positions, engaged or planning to get engaged, while some ended the season with uncertain futures. Now that the season is over, the cast can speak more freely. And a few of them had some interesting things to say.
How did the season end?
Some couples, like Ariela Weinberg and Biniyam Shibre, ended the season on a good note. When we last saw Weinberg and Shibre, they got engaged. Kenneth Niedermeier and Armando Rubio also ended the season in a good place after they were approved to get married in Mexico.
Deavan Clegg ended the season by heading back to America.
“My marriage is kind of on the line,” she told the cameras. “We’ve been fighting so much. The only way to fix my marriage is going back to America for one month.”
Brittany Banks also went back to America at the end of the season, leaving Yazan behind.
“Honestly, I still don’t know if Brittany wants to marry me or not,” Yazan said. “She wants to apply for the K1 visa for me, so we can move to America and get married. So, I want to believe her.”
Jenny Slatten and Sumit ended the season together but called off their wedding after his mother threatened to kill herself if he went through with it.
How did the ‘90 Day Fiancé’ cast react to the end of the show?
While the show is airing, the cast must abide by certain restrictions outlined in their NDAs. Now, that only the Tell-All is left, the reality stars seem to be able to say more.
Banks took to her Instagram stories to get some things off of her chest yesterday.
“Now that the season is over I would like to say every person on ‘The Other Way’ production & editing team. You’re all garbage a*s humans. Enjoy,” she wrote.
“To my ex’s and ex-friends I used to know, you’re also complete clout chasing garbage,” she continued. “I hope the 15 of fame was worth being disloyal. All in all, I’m glad it’s over. Enjoy the tell-all. Hopefully, they don’t chop it up & let y’all get the truth.”
Jihoon Lee, who is now separated from Clegg, also took to Instagram stories to express his feelings.
Looks like the show’s finally over. I didn’t watch the show, but I could check through DM. I think I learned a lot from marriage and divorce. I was ashamed to see myself on the show. Nevertheless, I sincerely thank you for the support. This show and divorce have been a turning point in my life. I feel like I need to work harder with this. Thank you so much for always supporting me.
Rubio, on the other hand, had a much happier post.
“LOVE AND NEVER GIVE UP ❤️ I value the kindness, support and love throughout these months,” he captioned a picture of him and Niedermeier on horseback. “We owe this great experience during this season to you, the viewers. Truly humbled, thank you so much. Amor es Amor.”