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’90-day fiancée meeting and where their relationship stands (exclusive) on questioning Mohammed’s hypocrisy

90 day fiancé The Season 9 star is opening up about her rocky relationship with Yves Mohamed. So far this season, the couple has struggled over cultural differences as well as her expectations as a Muslim man, even though she doesn’t follow Islam, and in an interview with ET’s Melicia Johnson, she shared her views on what she wants. Has addressed criticism from fans. Received both.

Mohamed is 25 years old and began a relationship with 48-year-old Yvey when he joined her DMs, but her move from Egypt to the US did not go smoothly. She became upset when he told her that she could not live alone in the same room with another person because of her religious beliefs, and he was upset that she had to do things like cook breakfast for herself while she was working. was expected to do. He also clashed with her friends and had a big fight with her because he wanted her not to wear a bikini anymore. Interestingly enough, while Mohammed strictly follows his religion for the most part, he has no problem sleeping with Yawe, even though they are not married. Yve told ET that he is really upset by the hypocrisy being shown by him on the show.

“Sure. I have a problem with that because when I think there are double standards or levels of hypocrisy and someone wants to try and force me to adhere to them, then yes, I’m going to question that, ” she notes. “As I normally do as a person. I question everything. I love research and I love learning. So when something feels like it’s double standards or there’s some aspect of hypocrisy in it No, it doesn’t sit well with me and I don’t think it’s fair because like the bikini thing, you bother with it, but you can take pictures of yourself [shirtless],

“I think you have to fully accept that it’s either a thing to learn or a thing to grow, but yes, it’s kind of a red flag if you’re using your religion to execute something.” Or is it just controlling?” he added. “So it bothers me. … He came here and thought he was going to impose such a more male-dominated kind of energy or religion. [but] I am a very confident, independent woman. And I believe in equality, so it probably won’t work as well. So any way you like, accept it and start the culture and things like that. Or yeah, maybe it just won’t work if you’re just stuck in those ways and want to be stubborn and don’t want to grow and understand me as a person and a woman and who I am.”

Yve gave Mohamed a shocking reply and told the cameras that he wanted his partner to act like his mother and was upset when Yvey couldn’t make him eat breakfast because he had to work. Yve said it was definitely a misunderstanding as Mohamed was still learning the English language.

“What he really meant was that I wanted to be loved unconditionally as a parent would love a child,” she says. “And I think it was definitely a misconception and definitely taken the wrong way because there was just a slight language barrier and he didn’t know how to express it properly. … He could cook his own food. When his mother went to his grandmother’s, he was in charge of cooking his own food.”

She later addressed Mohamed’s criticism that she knew what to expect from her because she was a Muslim man, so it didn’t make sense to have a problem with her now acting more conservative, adding that it was inappropriate.

“I think when Mohamed made a blanket statement that ‘she knows everything and she came to my country,’ well, that’s not a clear assumption because every time I went I was like a tourist bubble. was,” she says. “We did tourism things. We went to pyramids, we went to museums, we went to palaces, things like that. So, it’s not everyday life. I specifically asked him, ‘What should I wear?’ And that was kind of a speaking rule that was given to me. Like, ‘Well, you can’t show your arms. You can’t show your legs.’ OK. I can handle it. I’m going to another country. Of course, I’m going to do my research. But when they asked me to communicate and get to know each other for two weeks, I’m not going to be Judged for my culture or religion, I took it to heart.”

Yve said that Mohammed was never clear to him that he had to convert to Islam to fix their relationship.

“And if he wanted me, if he was serious that he wanted me to potentially practice Muslim religion, he should have told me so,” she notes. “And knowing that I wouldn’t convert, maybe it could have ended our relationship right then and there if it was told to me and it was never told to me. … I was very clear about that.” I’m a professional woman Sometimes don’t work there, but that’s not my situation. I’m a professional and I won’t stop working. So, don’t expect me to just have cake at home and have three meals a day, because it Probably not going to happen. So we talked a lot about the future, what he’ll do when we come here in the form of personal training and that’s a food engineer and job opportunities here.”

Yve acknowledged that Mohamed was certainly unprepared to deal with the cultural differences between living in Egypt and New Mexico.

“He’s only used to one type of perspective he’s known his whole life,” she says. “And so I guess they didn’t realize how big of a difference it would really be. And I’m such a professional woman and so driven and living life without a partner, it’s something that kind of makes me feel like I’m going to make a difference.” Also, because I’m a very busy woman.”

“I mean, he had never traveled before,” she notes of her arrival in America. “He had never even been on a plane. So I don’t think he really realized how big a difference it would be, even if I tried to tell him. I even tried to tell him about the clothes. Like, ‘You’re going to see more cleavage. It’s hot. You’re going to see girls in short shorts.'”

As far as what attracted her to Mohammed in the first place was concerned, she said that it was fate and that they both were not really looking for love.

“I had written off the marriage,” she shares. “He had a bad experience getting engaged before and basically didn’t even want to get married and he actually told his mother. And she was upset because it wasn’t following their culture. And I don’t think so That he was watching the essentials too. He loves to workout. He was following the fit body hashtag [on Instagram], And there popped me up. And then he thought when he saw that picture and went to my profile, he thought I was like the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen.”

“But then when we started talking, we totally clicked,” she continues. “I mean, I had a picture of this Egyptian thing on my phone at the time. And I used to dream about Egypt since I was in third grade. And so I actually had to go to Egypt. I ended up going in September. And I was actually thinking about going on a trip with a friend of mine in October. And I was going first because I met him and then I just left. And That flight, like the price, the deadline. One night I was watching and the stars aligned. I’m like, ‘I’m coming.’ And he was like, ‘What?’ And our first meeting was like two people who hadn’t seen each other for a long time.”

After this, there was a deep emotional connection between the two.

“I felt for the first time in my life that someone had my back,” she shares. “And we were going through a tough time going through 23 months of waiting for each other. We were in a global pandemic and we were really there for each other emotionally to get through this difficult time. And Mohamed It was just so different than anyone I’ve ever met. He literally looked through me, like in my soul. And literally from the tone of my voice, my expressions on my face on video chat, he knew what was happening to me And he was such a wonderful, beautiful thing because for him to be able to just tune in, there was such a deep, emotional connection to me. And he told me, even though he wasn’t here physically, that he had my back . “

“Like he told me, on video chat, like, ‘I look into your eyes and I see this innocence of a child, that you are…’ He saw my soulmate,” she continues.

But when he reached America, his feelings definitely changed.

“I think there was a slight change, which was difficult for me because I was like, Where was that guy who always had my back?” She believes. “And I think some of it again came from despair, waiting to get here, then waiting for paperwork and things to get done and waiting. We had to reschedule our wedding twice So all the waiting, I think he got frustrated… and then it was amazing to me because we chatted several times a day, like every day. And then all of a sudden you’re not accepting my life when you Watching it from afar, knowing exactly what I was doing, where I was going day in and day out. So, it was really tough.”

Yves was enigmatic about where their relationship stands today.

“Well, we’re getting through this deadline and making sure things work out,” she says. “So sometimes you have to move on with the things you need to do. And that’s why I’m here today just by myself. And so we’ll see what the future holds.”

90 day fiancé Airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on TLC.

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