A 2 week trip turned into 5 months … and that counts
Nicole traveled to Morocco in early March after saving her money to pay for a two-week trip to visit Azan. However, the pandemic struck days later and Nicole claimed she was stranded in North Africa due to international travel bans.
As Soap Dirt points out, the US government has put in place special flights to help people stranded overseas get home. But, Nicole remains in Morocco, and 90 day fiancé fans are not happy with his choice to “abandon” his daughter.
Nicole posted regularly on social media while she was abroad. She also included photos of her daughter taken by her mother, Robbalee. Fans can’t believe she misses her daughter’s childhood to be with Azan. Nicole continues to ruin her reputation by sharing clickbait articles about her relationship which are clearly paid posts without any explanation.
Meanwhile, May is in Florida with Robbalee, and the 90 day fiancé star misses the chance to watch her daughter grow up.
The 90 day fiancéis‘star keeps promising she’ll be home soon
Amidst the constant backlash from fans, Nicole repeatedly promised her to over 600,000 Instagram followers that she would reunite with her daughter “soon.” At the end of July, the 26-year-old posted a selfie of her and Azan, and the 90 day fiancé star wrote in the caption that she was thrilled to see May.
“I’m so glad I spent this extra time with you my love ♥ ️ But soon I’m going to see my baby girl and I’m also very happy and excited for that ♥ ️” Nicole wrote.
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The next day, she posted another photo of herself and Azan, and in this caption, she told fans that she made every minute count with her man. Nicole added that only she and Azan knew about their romance and all the difficult things they went through.
She ended her post by writing that she and Azan came out “stronger” than they ever have been and will continue to grow together. Nicole then said that Azan and May were her “family” and her “future”.
Nicole says time is running out for her to get home
Despite the ban on international travel to Morocco, the country has allowed several flights to leave the country so that Americans and other non-citizens can return home. Nicole said 90 day fiancé fans that she has not been on any of these flights because ticket prices are two to three times higher than regular airline tickets.
According to Soap Dirt, the U.S. Embassy initially provided flights for less than $ 1,500, and travelers didn’t have to pay up front. Instead, they signed a promissory note to reimburse the price of the interest-free ticket.
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These flights have ended because commercial flights are now available, but these tickets cost about $ 3,000.
It seems that Nicole has more to worry about than the price of the plane ticket. The U.S. Embassy in Morocco announced overdue visas expire on August 10. Nicole’s visa expired in June, but the government expanded the limits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If Nicole does not leave the country, she risks a fine.
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