Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou have not appeared on 90 Day Fiance for several seasons, but fans are still very interested in their relationship. From the moment they first appeared on the show, no one was sure how legitimate the relationship was. Lately, there have been rumors that the two have broken up, and Azan Tefou has posted some cryptic messages.
When Nicole Nafziger first participated in 90 Day Fiance, she was excited to meet Azan Tefou, her Moroccan lover. But as soon as she arrived in Morocco, it seemed that Tefou was not so excited to see her. He was hardly affectionate with her and admitted that he was not fully attracted to her and wanted her to lose weight.
Later, the two decided to postpone their marriage so they could open a store in Morocco. This decision raised some red flags with viewers as well as Nicole Nafziger’s mother, Robbalee, because it seemed strange to prioritize a store over being able to live in the same country as each other.
“I am surprised the purchasing of the store takes precedence over the wedding,” Robbalee said on the show. “That looks suspicious. Maybe this whole shopping thing is Azan’s get-rich-quick scheme.” Nicole Nafziger gave Azan Tefou thousands of dollars for the store, but it never opened.
90 Day Fiance: Fans want Nicole Nafziger to leave Azan Tefou
Last year, Nicole Nafziger went to Morocco to visit Azan Tefou. Due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), she ended up staying in Morocco much longer than intended, while her infant daughter, May, stayed in America.
When fans criticized her, saying she was using the pandemic as an excuse to spend more time with Azan Tefou, Nicole Nafziger clapped back in the comments on Instagram.
“You all think you have it all figured out by what you [hear], but [were] you one of the people who actually had to email the government to see it? Nope,” she wrote. “Stop judging my [life] and decisions. Just an idea. I know you won’t listen because it’s easier to label me as a bad mother and gossip about the drama. Soon you can all get a peek into my real life. Maybe.”