90 Day Fiancé’s Miona Bell Shares Alleged ‘Pure Truth’ About Their Final Season
Jibri and Miona Bell were one of the most remarkable couples of the last season of 90 day fiance, thanks in part to their extravagant behavior. The couple are used to showing off their life of luxury by wearing high fashion outfits and making extravagant purchases. But after showcasing a Porsche on social media, some followers started wondering how things fit into their TV storyline.
Namely, fans wondered how a couple who supposedly couldn’t afford their own house, and therefore had to live with Jibri’s parents, could now suddenly afford exorbitant things. after their marriage went down. One of those questions surprisingly elicited a direct response from Miona, whose version of their story is in direct opposition to how TLC’s story has exposed their situation.
How the 90 Day Fiancé Broke Miona and Jibri’s Story
90 day fiance basically presented Jibri as a struggling artist who lived with his parents and who may not have been 100% truthful about his financial situation with his Serbian fiancé. After arriving, Jibri asked Miona to stay in South Dakota long enough that they could save enough money to travel to California, where she wanted to live. (Even before the season was over, Miona accidentally spoiled that they actually did the.)
What Miona claims to be the real story
The TLC series made it look like the couple was almost broke, which is why there’s so much confusion among fans about the recent lavish spending they showed off. But if what Miona shared on instagram stories is a truer reflection of their life together, so fans were indeed justified in being wary that something wasn’t quite right. Here’s how she said it when asked how they can own a house and a Porsche now after being unable to pay rent a year ago:
We could always pay rent. Jibri has not lived with her parents since she was seventeen. When I first arrived in South Dakota, it was also Jibri’s first time there in three years. He lived for years in Chicago. I had [a] successful business in Serbia and Jibri had his own business here for two years. He wanted me to come to SD so I could meet his family. We were there maybe three/four weeks in total and I [sic] hadn’t been back for almost a year now. That is the real truth.
According to Miona Bell, neither needed a place to stay or were as broke as 90 day fiance could’ve got his audience to believe. In fact, it seems like they didn’t really need to stick with Jibri’s parents’ period, which might lead one to wonder if this is another case of a cast member pulling the curtain on how the franchise show scripted a storyline that its participants followed.
At the same time, this is only Miona’s account of events. If they are both already very successful, one would wonder why Jibri sold his pants he wore in an online episode Where fought with Patrick Mendes’ brother, John during the reveal after jokes were made about him. 90 day fiance has undoubtedly lied to its viewers in the past, but this is a case where it’s the word of the producers’ montage against a cast member we really don’t know very well. (Especially if his story itself was made up of false elements.)
It is currently unknown whether or not Jibri and Miona Bell will return to 90 day fiancelike alone Bilal Hazziez and Shaeeda Sween were invited on the currently airing season of Happy forever? (which fan can catch up now via streaming). Obviously, they have a healthy following that is still invested in their story, so I wouldn’t be surprised if we see them in the near future.
Watch new episodes of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? on TLC Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET. It’s a great series to discover because more and more new shows making their way onto TV, or just for those looking for a little drama without being part of it.