A few days ago, I posted My Thoughts On 90 Day Fiancé Season 8, part 1. I wanted to put my thoughts on paper I could stop thinking about it. Since in the coming days, I hope to be able to collect my thoughts about dating with a disability and being trans, two topics that I feel carry a lot of stigmas.
Believe it or not, the 18-age gap wasn’t what was causing the talk. Tarik Myers and Hazel Cagalitan might be the couple that I feel everyone has something to say, both the people online and the cast. Hazel is bi, and the couple decided to be in a polyamorous relationship. In my opinion, love is love, no the shape or form. Honestly, what bothered me here is Tarik cheating.
I feel that Andrew Kenton and Amira Lollysa were the couple that suffered the most from COVID restrictions since they didn’t get the chance to use the K-1 visa. However, by the tell-all who was lying or who was telling the truth.
It felt Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva were aiming for the stars when they couldn’t even see the sky. By the time that Natalie K-1 visa’s got approved, the two were taking a break. Even so, Natalie decided to pack everything and still go to the USA. I believe that for every relationship to work, trust and communication is needed.
I feel that most of Rebecca Parrott and Zied Hakimi fights were due to cultural differences, but their love was strong enough to overcome the issues and get married. No one thought they would make it, and the theory was that Zied wanted to marry Rebecca for the green card and her money. From what I saw in the tell-all, I think the two will make it in the long run.
Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina are the perfect example of opposites. She is from the city and him from the country at the other end of the world. Both of them had to give in a little to make it work. Plus, I have to say that I found Brandon’s parents board line annoying.