’90 Day Fiancé’ Fans Spot Toxic Texts From Andrew on Amira’s Phone

90 Day Fiancé fans have been watching Andrew Kenton and Amira Lollysa’s relationship drama play out on-screen and on social media. While Amira insists Andrew constantly pressured her, he continues to defend himself and blames her for their issues. 

Fans were torn on who to believe. But in the latest episode of the reality series, some spotted toxic texts on Amira’s phone suggesting Andrew may have been pushing her as hard as she claims. 

Amira and Andrew from '90 Day Fiancé'
Amira and Andrew from ’90 Day Fiancé’ | TLC/Youtube

The ’90 Day Fiancé’ stars have been battling it out on social media

This season of 90 Day Fiancé followed Amira and Andrew as they tried to bypass COVID-19 travel restrictions to get Amira from France to the United States. They planned to meet in Mexico, but Amira was detained and deported back to France upon arrival. Back in her home country, Amira tried to reason with Andrew as he pushed her to find another way back to the U.S. before her visa expired.  

But as their K-1 drama played out on TV, the two reality stars battled it out on social media. On their Instagram pages, Amira and Andrew shared screenshots of text messages, trying to portray themselves in a better light. 

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Amira shared messages and stories that suggested Andrew kept pressuring her to travel despite her detention trauma. But Andrew defended himself, and in one Instagram story, he called her a “fame-hungry liar.”

A shot of Amira’s phone reveal toxic messages

On the latest episode of 90 Day Fiancé, Amira and Andrew’s relationship came to a head. The couple got into a heated argument just before Amira was supposed to fly from Serbia to the U.S.. And in one scene, cameras captured Amira’s phone screen, which displayed what seem to be messages from Andrew.

“You’ve been given a lot more rope to hang yourself with, so it’s on you,” one message read. “The children at the daycare are far better team players. “You make your choices. You shoot yourself in the foot.”

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In the next series of messages, Andrew appears to give Amira an ultimatum. And he starts a countdown to get her to talk to him. 

“I strongly suggest you engage me now,” one text reads. “My time is limited!”

“It’s been 30 minutes from my initial offer to help,” the following message says. “I have but 60 more seconds in time. 5… 4…”

’90 Day Fiancé’ fans react to the messages on Amira’s phone

Amira and Andrew have different views on how their relationship fell apart. But after spotting the toxic messages on Amira’s phone, some 90 Day Fiancé fans began questioning Andrew’s narrative.

“It was mind-boggling to hear his side of the story first,” one Reddit user shared. “He so level-headedly said – ‘When I woke up this morning I thought I was going to be picking up my fiancé from the airport.’ Even I was like, hmm, what happened did amira blow something out of proportion? Then to hear amiras side it’s like, along with proof- were the two of you in the same text message?!”

“It finally all became clear,” another Redditor wrote. “The two divergent narratives. Andrew was acting all kind and accommodating for the cameras but sending nasty messages off-camera coercing her into his wishes.”

Others pointed out how demeaning the messages were, especially the ones counting down her time. “And it looks like that “5…” he wrote is giving her a countdown,” a Reddit user suggested. “He’s really treating her [sic] like a child in daycare that he can put in time out until she follows his rules. Extremely creepy!!”

“We paused it at the same scene reading his texts and it was eye opening,” another Redditor added. “The Lord of the Daycare really tried to do a countdown on her.”  

Andrew hasn’t addressed the episode or the text messages on social media. But if fans are lucky enough to get a Tell-All at the end of the season, he may get a chance to clear the air and reveal more about the toxic texts.