David Toborowsky, of 90 Day Fiancé, tells Us Weekly that he is “over Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou’s relationship.” He goes on to say, “he doesn’t believe they’re in love.”
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Toborowsky tells Us Weekly. “I’m not a fan of the way she does things. I wish her the best of luck. I don’t know what his story really is.” He went on to say, “I mean, I’ve heard rumors that he might be married with three kids with his cousin.”
David even speaks about Nicole going to Morocco during the coronavirus pandemic. “Why she would plan to go there in the middle of a pandemic, and it was hitting the apex worldwide, especially in Europe? I think Nicole is barking up the wrong tree. Maybe she’ll find somebody else while she’s there and finds true love. That is not true love.”
TV Shows Ace previously reported about Nicole’s travels to Morocco. Nicole’s last post to Instagram is a selfie of her and Azan. She captions the photo, “I never want to leave your side my love.” It’s hard to tell how things are going in the part of the world. Nicole’s most recent post is two weeks old.
David doesn’t give fans insight into why he feels this way. He makes these comments while promoting TLC’s new 90 Day Fiancé: Self Quarantined. Nicole and Azan appear on Season 4 of 90 Day Fiancé. They also appear in the following season, which is when TLC introduces David and Annie.
Us Weekly describes 90 Day Fiancé: Self Quarantined as “five one-hour episodes, combining both self-shot footage and remote interviews with producers, following current and form couples navigating the pandemic.” The mini-series airs on TLC Monday, April 20, at 9 P.M. ET.
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David and Annie are spending a lot of time together due to coronavirus. Fans wonder if the couple will have children of their own. David has adult children that he says, “[are] in a very good place. They’re sad that we’re not living in Kentucky, but they understand.” The couple live in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Annie goes on to tell US Weekly that, “It would be awesome if we have [kids], but right now, that’s not going to be a serious conversation with us anymore.” Jokingly, David says, “If I did [have a child], we’d probably name him Jesus because I can’t have children. I would [need] a vasectomy reversal. Clearly, she’s not going [because of the coronavirus quarantine], so it can’t be anyone else’s. Probably the guy from pizza delivery or Amazon Prime while I’m asleep.”
David says in another interview with US Weekly that he considers the “about three million children that watch 90 Day Fiancé” their kids for now.
Annie says, “our relationship is very good.” “We have each other. We have everything,” she explains. How has David kept the relationship going? He says, “For me, I feel like our life is 50 First Dates. Every day I want to wake up and make sure she falls in love with me all over again.” Annie chimes in, “We still feel like we’re on our honeymoon every day.”
Keep it tuned to TV Shows Ace for more 90 Day Fiancé news. Remember 90 Day Fiancé: Self Quarantine premiers on TLC Monday, April 20, at 9 P.M. ET.
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