’90 Day Fiancé’: Biniyam Shibre & Ariela Weinberg Face Financial Stress

'90 Day Fiancé': Biniyam Shibre & Ariela Weinberg Face Financial Stress

Biniyam Shibre and Ariela Weinberg have new adventures ahead of them. In the next episode of 90 Day Fiance Season 9, they will finally land in America. However, things will not go as smoothly as they think.

In fact, Ariela’s parents, Fred and Janice, are quite explicit about the couple taking care of themselves financially. Apparently, their first day in the United States is the opposite of what they had imagined.

’90 Day Fiancé’: Biniyam Shibre & Ariela Weinberg Face Financial Stress

Ariela Weinberg’s parents, Frend and Janice, are recurring stars in the 90 Day Fiance series. In fact, they first appeared on the screens when they went to meet their daughter in Ethiopia. Apparently, they were the ones who paid for the house and living expenses in the foreign country.

Now that Biniyam Shibre and Ariela Weinberg have finally landed in America, they have had to come to terms with reality. It turned out that the former’s parents wanted them to pay the expenses.

According to a new promo, Janice tells the couple that they have covered apartment rent, electricity and wifi for the first month.

However, both parents urged Biniyam Shibre and Ariela Weinberg to stand on their own feet financially soon. As a result, the daughter felt a bit annoyed. Therefore, she responded by stating that she could look for a “more affordable” place and not an expensive one. Therefore, the 90 Day Fiance star appeared stressed after the revelation.

Finally, Weinberg claimed that the couple had only a few thousand dollars on them because the “immigration process” is expensive. Besides, Biniyam Shibre cannot get a work permit because he was in America on a K1 visa. So it will take him a few more months to start working.

Written by Evelyn Foster

Evelyn Foster is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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