Guillermo is not here for his fiancé, Cara, who is making fun of their age difference. On Sunday’s episode of 90 Day Fiancé, 23-year-old Guillermo became upset when Kara, 29, called him a “kid” in front of her older brother.
Guillermo, a Venezuelan, met Cara in the Dominican Republic, where she was working at the time. He was a waiter at a restaurant and served him and his friends tequila shots, and Cara said she was immediately attracted to him. Kara proudly called herself a “cougar” and called him a “pretty young boy,” but noted that he was legal at the time he was 21. The two eventually get serious and Guillermo is moving to Virginia to be with Cara.
During Sunday’s episode, Kara flew to the Dominican Republic to pick up Guillermo before leaving for America. She spent time with her friends and family, including her older brother, Christopher. Christopher told the cameras that he worried about Guillermo moving to the United States because he was “still a kid” and didn’t know how he would fit in with Kara’s friends. He frankly asked Kara what his friends thought of Guillermo, as he himself was surprised that Cara went for him and not a grown man. Kara took no offense and, in fact, called herself a “proud sugar mom.” However, Guillermo objected to being called a “sugar baby” and insisted on cameras that he too was not in a relationship just to move to America.
Cara said, “It’s just a joke because all my friends’ husbands are big and they say, like, Cara likes boys. She wants a baby. Crib Lootera. Because it’s funny.”
But Guillermo was not happy as his brother and friends laughed.
“No, I don’t like it,” he replied. “I really, really, really don’t like it.”
He told the cameras, “Calling me a kid, or like a little kid, it’s so ridiculous. It pisses me off. I totally get it when my brother teases me but my fiancé should respect me.” I know that in the beginning when I move to America with him, it will be a little tough because everything is going to be so new for me and maybe I will need him to take care of me. But the most important thing I need from him That’s respect and treating me as a man.”
Later, Guillermo is tensed because he was traveling with an expired passport. However, after a two-hour interview with an immigration officer, he was able to go to the US.
“I’m so excited, I can’t believe Guillermo is finally here,” Cara told the cameras. “But, now I worry about whether he’ll be able to fit into my lifestyle here in Charlottesville. I think there’s a ton of pressure to make Guillermo’s adjustments really smooth in the United States because he’s here. He’s giving up a ton to be with me. He’s giving up his friends, his family, his whole lifestyle and work. So, these 90 days are going to be a huge challenge.”
Don’t Trust On this News and Website Maybe it’s Fake
Reference from www.etonline.com