’90 Day Fiancé’ Sneak Peek: Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro Return to South Africa
Syngin Colchester has certainly been going through a lot recently on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After. He and his wife, Tania Maduro, have been struggling since her car accident, and Syngin is still unable to find work. Tania has also mentioned Syngin’s drinking after he came home from a job interview drunk. They’ve been going through some serious relationship hurdles, but hopefully things will get better for the young couple.
This week, Syngin received some bad news about his brother, Dylan, which makes him want to return to South Africa.
Syngin Colchester’s brother lands in the ICU
Syngin recently learned that his brother, Dylan, was in the intensive care unit with a blood clot. He calls his brother to talk to him and see him through video chat, and it’s clear that Syngin wants to be back home right now with his family.
Dylan explains that he fell on his knee, and a few days later, he had a blood clot in his lung. He says it’s been the worst experience of his life. Thankfully, he’s out of there and doing better. Syngin is close with his brother, and he is needed back home now more than ever.
When Syngin first arrived in the United States, his grandmother died only weeks into his stay. He was unable to travel back, and it’s something he wishes he had been there for. He clearly regrets it, and he won’t make the same mistake this time.
Syngin talks to Tania about going back to South Africa
Syngin speaks with his wife about the whole situation, since he’s eager to return back to South Africa. He fills her in on his conversation with his brother, and that things are tough back at home. He wants to visit Dylan ASAP, and Tania agrees, since she would want the same if it were her family. Syngin wants Tania to come as well because she’s part of the family now. Somehow, they make it work and find a way to travel to South Africa.
Syngin and Tania return to South Africa
In the preview for the upcoming episode, Syngin and Tania land in South Africa. Syngin is greeted by his family, and he’s smiling from ear to ear. He couldn’t be happier to reunite with his family again.
“It’s super cool to be back in South Africa. You know? I’m excited, it definitely feels like I’m coming home. I wish almost I never left,” Syngin tells the cameras in front of Tania, who makes a face when he says that.
How will their trip go? Will Syngin return to America with Tania, or will he choose to remain with his family in South Africa? Although the couple has had their fair share of problems, it’s hard to believe that they won’t return back to the United States together after this trip.
Hopefully, Syngin will be able to spend some quality time with his family and brother after Dylan’s health scare. This trip could very well bring Syngin and Tania closer together as they bond with Syngin’s family.