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TLC ’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Nicole Nafgizer Update



TLC ’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Nicole Nafgizer Quiet On Social Media

Nicole Nafgizer was not active on social media during her stay with her lover in Morocco. She went to pay Azan a visit on March 28, but shortly after she arrived, the global pandemic caused a lockdown worldwide and she got stuck. The Moroccan government imposed a travel ban due to the pandemic, so Nicole had to stay back in Morocco.

Fans of the TLC show were concerned because Nafgizer has a five year old girl, May. However, her daughter was being cared for by her mother, Robbalee. Robbalee herself confirmed that her daughter was stuck in Morocco while she cred for her granddaughter.

However, since e the lockdown, there have been some flights out of Azan’s country for Americans who wanted to come home. When fans asked Nicole why she didn’t get on one of the flights, she answered that the tickets were two or three times costlier that that of a regular airfare.

TLC ’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Fans Call OutNicole Nafgizer, Accuse Her Of Being A “Bad Mom”

Nicole was in Morocco for almost four months and during those four months, fans of 90 Day Fiancé have bombarded her page with lots of hateful comments. Many followers called her a “bad mom” who abandoned her daughter just to be with a man.

Her mother, Robbalee stood up for her, pointing out that she didn’t abandon her daughter. Robbalee says that May is spending time with her and her grandfather while her mum is away in Morocco.

Robbalee responded to a troll on Instagram that her daughter FaceTimes with May nearly everyday. She says mother and daughter watch TV together and Nicole shows her daughter the peppers growing in the garden. Nicole also said that Florida isn’t safe to return to at the moment. But when it is safe, she would surely return home to her family.

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