The 90 Day Fiancé franchise has seen a number of clout chasers over the years. However, some are more notorious than others. When the show began, most of the couples featured were genuine and not looking for fame. But as the franchise gained popularity, some cast members began to join for reasons other than documenting their love stories. While there is now a clout chaser in almost every season, the following cast members are among those called out the most for their motives.
Usman Umar aka Sojaboy, is one of the most infamous clout chasers from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise. He was first featured on 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days Season 4 with his ex-wife. Lisa Hamme. Usman surprisingly returned for Before The 90 Days Season 5 with Kim Menzies, who become a fan of Usman’s after seeing him on the show. However, Usman did not seem genuine in his intentions with Kim. This caused viewers to think he was using her to stay relevant.
Many viewers believe that Usman uses the show as a platform to promote his music, which he mainly produces in his home country of Nigeria. Usman has featured several of his songs on the show, including the iconic song he wrote for Lisa. Later on, Usman filmed a music video for his song “Zara” when he met Kim in Tanzania.
Natalie Mordovtseva is another 90 Day Fiancé clout chaser, who has been called out by fans on numerous occasions. She first appeared on the show with her ex-husband Mike Youngquist, whom she moved to the U.S. from Ukraine for. When things between Natalie and Mike didn’t work out, she happily starred on 90 Day: The Single Life. There she had an on and off again relationship with Josh Weinstein.
While Natalie has claimed that her true intentions are to find love, fans questioned her real motives after strange texts between her and Bachelor Nation alum Josh Seiter were leaked. Natalie asked Josh how she could become a contestant on The Bachelor, which made many viewers think she was chasing fame over love. Furthermore, Natalie regularly participates in paid promotions on social media, which makes her look like even more of a clout chaser.
Stephanie Matto appeared on Before The 90 Days Season 4, but she’s since earned her title as a clout chaser. When her relationship with Australian girlfriend, Erika Owens, failed, Stephanie decided to give love another shot on The Single Life. Stephanie dated both men and women on The Single Life, and ultimately found the perfect man for her.
After Stephanie found love, she made a notable effort to stay relevant in the 90 Day Fiancé universe. Stephanie infamously sold her farts in jars, and later even began to sell sweat from different areas of her body in jars as well. Stephanie also has a YouTube channel, which she mentioned on the show as well. Some of Stephanie’s actions have caused viewers to question whether she really joined the show to find love, or rather for fame.
Jibri & Miona Bell
Jibri Bell and his wife Miona Bell were called out for being clout chasers during 90 Day Fiancé Season 9. Since then, they have not proved otherwise. While Season 9 was airing, rumors surfaced that Jibri and Miona had been married before the show, and only agreed to film to promote their own interests. Jibri introduced his band, Black Serbs, on the show. This further caused viewers to believe he only went on the show to self promote.
Miona, on the other hand, has since launched her business, Miona Beauty, which she began drafting ideas for on the show. Many viewers believe Miona was interested in building a platform on the show, just so that fans would support her business. Jibri and Miona are also notorious for showing off their lavish lifestyle on social media, which doesn’t help them to not look like clout chasers.
Ed Brown & Liz Woods
Ed Brown and his fiancé Liz Woods are regularly criticized by viewers for staying together for fame. The couple have both proven themselves to be clout chasers. Big Ed and Liz broke up over a dozen times, but yet continue to always get back together. Many viewers believe that the only reason they stay together is because they want to keep filming seasons and stay relevant.
Recently, Ed and Liz were announced as one of the couples to be featured on the latest spin-off, 90 Day: The Last Resort, to the dismay of many viewers. 90 Day Fiancé fans strongly believe that Ed is toxic, and they are tired of seeing him on television. Ed and Liz seem to be using The Last Resort as a last ditch effort to redeem themselves with fans, although it is unlikely to be successful.
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