’90 Day Fiancé’: Syngin Colchester Asks Tania Maduro Not to ‘Nag’ Him in South Africa

On 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Syngin Colchester finally decides to return to South Africa to see his brother, Dylan, who has just gone through a serious health crisis. He decides to bring his wife, Tania Maduro, along for the trip, but he also asks her not to “nag” him while they’re in South Africa during an argument before they even arrive.

Syngin decides to go to South Africa to see his brother

Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro
Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro | syngin_colchester via Instagram

While Syngin is in the United States, he learns that his brother, Dylan, was hospitalized for a blood clot. It turns out that Dylan fell on his knee, and a few days later, he had a blood clot in his lung. Thankfully, he’s doing a lot better and is recovering, but it’s a scary ordeal for the entire family. Syngin knows that he needs to go home and be with his family.

When Syngin first arrived in the United States, his grandmother died, and he wasn’t able to return to grieve with his family. It’s something he regrets, and it makes him even more determined to go back to South Africa to see his brother. Syngin asks his wife Tania to accompany him back home, and he couldn’t be more excited to go back.

Syngin and Tania head out to a hotel, and they get in a fight

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Syngin and Tania leave Colchester, CT to head to New York, since that’s where they’re flying out of to head to South Africa in the morning. They get in the car, and they start arguing. Tania asks Syngin if he’s excited to go home, and Syngin says, “I’m looking forward to warm weather, good friends, family, and drinks.” This comment brings up the past, since Tania is concerned about Syngin’s drinking.

“It’s going to be such a crazy and overwhelming experience to be there,” Syngin says, clearly positive about the trip.

Tania then makes a comment about the drinking. “Being able to drink from 8 in the morning til you pass out,” Tania remarks as she laughs. Syngin says they don’t drink at 8 in the morning, so Tania makes another comment, “10 in the morning?”

Syngin doesn’t want his wife to worry about all that. “I don’t even know why you have to bring that up,” Syngin says to his wife. “I don’t want you to be stressed out or anything and I also want you to relax and not to worry so much about me or my actions, or what’s happening.”

Tania tells him that his actions directly impact her. She clearly “concerned” about what might happen when they get back to Syngin’s home. She doesn’t feel like Syngin is hearing her, and it’s clear that this argument could change the entire mood of the trip.

“I’m concerned that once Syngin and his friends get together, they drink a lot,” Tania tells the cameras. “It gets to the point where he thinks that him and his friends may be the only people in the bar and it can get sometimes over the top, and I can’t handle it so long. So that’s why I feel like I’m not being heard. Or if I am being heard, I’m not being taken seriously enough.”

Syngin asks Tania not to ‘nag’ him in South Africa

Syngin then asks Tania not to “nag” him when they get to South Africa. “I’m just going to ask you again, don’t nag me in South Africa,” Syngin says to Tania.

Syngin doesn’t’ want to be controlled or told what to do, especially when he’s just visiting with his friends and family. He wants to have a good time and not worry about what his wife is thinking when it comes to his actions.

“There’s a lot of aspects where I still struggle myself where I think Tania’s maybe trying to control me and I would give back extreme push-backs, like telling me too much to do this and that like f***, leave me the f*** alone. She sees it as a way of her just knowing and being better, so that sometimes, it’s frustrating,” Syngin says.

Syngin says he wants a balance, and it seems the trip is already off to a bad start. We’ll see how the rest of the trip goes while Syngin and Tania are in South Africa. It sounds like there’s going to be problems in the future.