90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, his fourth season has just ended, and it was perhaps the most discussed season ever. Fans have tuned in to see the latest crop of couples fighting over their love story – and in some cases, they decide to cancel the relationship.
This season has resulted in one of the most memorable couples in pop culture, Ed Brown and Rosemarie Vega. While some 90 Day Fiance viewers might have initially been on their side, Big Ed quickly turned the fans against him with his outrageous behavior. These days, people are still angry at Big Ed Brown, this time because of an unfair pay difference.
90 Day Fiancé: Ed Brown and Rose Are Highly Controversial
Season four of the 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days introduced a couple who would eventually become infamous from the beginning – especially the American half. Big Ed Brown is a belligerent and stubborn Californian who first met Rose Vega, originally from the Philippines, in an online forum.
Their relationship blossomed, however, when Big Ed went to Rose Vega’s hometown to meet her for the first time, tensions faded. Big Ed Brown showed a tendency to be bossy and, in short, told Rose Vega that she should shave her legs, brush her teeth more often (and use mouthwash) and that she should go get tested for venereal diseases.
Eventually the couple broke up, but their story didn’t end there. Ed Brown and Rose Vega kept going back and forth on social media in the last few days, with Rose Vega even accusing Big Ed of using her to become famous.
90 Day Fiancé: Fans Are Angry That Ed Brown Got Paid For ’90 Day Fiancé
Ed Brown and Rose Vega may no longer be a couple, but that doesn’t stop critics from hunting down the oldest Californian. Recently, a Twitter user posted an article about how the fact that Ed Brown was paid to do the show while Rose wasn’t is reason enough not to watch the fourth season.
There might be some merit in the post, as there are reports that while TLC pays a salary to the American half of the couple who appeared in 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, foreign partners probably have no problem with the work visa.
Not only does it look like Ed Brown was paid to do the show, but after Rose posted an angry video in which he claims not to have “given her a penny”, many fans are now convinced that the show gave him a chance to share his profits with Rose and that he chose not to.
Ed Brown didn’t respond directly to this news, but he may do so in the days to come – especially considering how active he is on social media.