The last season of 90 Day Fiance: Before 90 days is already paying off when it comes to drama. Some fans have already drawn similarities between Angela Deem’s relationship with Lisa Hamme. Both have gone overseas to find love in Nigeria, and both are relatively old women who hope to make it work with younger men. Now, however, it has been revealed that things have not turned out as Lisa Hamme might have hoped. And now, it seems to be casting a bit of a shadow over Usman Umar via Instagram.
90 Day Fiance: Lisa Hamme Deals With Jealousy İssues
Fans of 90 Day Fiance already anticipate that jealousy could be a big problem for Lisa Hamme in her relationship with Usman Umar. The new star of 90 Day Fiance seems to be struggling with Umar to get young female fans.
Usman Umar is pursuing a music career in Nigeria under the name of SojaBoy. Just don’t confuse him with Soulja Boy. Usman Umar met Lisa Hamme online, and slipped into her DMs on Facebook. In fact, he even wrote her a song, “I Love You”, which you can listen to on YouTube.
Apparently Usman Umar also proposed to Lisa via video chat. Lisa explained during the show: “After about nine months of relationship, Usman called me on video and said: “My love, will you marry me?” And I said, “What did you say?” And he said, “Will you marry me?” And I said, “I accept your proposal with the clause that it’s temporary because I want it to be in person.””
There’s a big age gap between the two of them. Lisa Hamme is 52 and her Nigerian lover is 30. Some fans are worried that Usman Umar is using Lisa Hamme to get the green card.
90 Day Fiance:Lisa throws shade via Instagram
However, Lisa Hamme’s recent behaviour on Instagram gives credence to the idea that she and Umar might be split.
The ‘90 Day Fiance‘ star seems to be taking a beating on her Nigerian love on Instagram. In a post, Hamme published an image that read: “People who betray you are also part of the plan”. He wrote: “The truth always comes out that I’m patiently waiting for a lot of time to recover from surgery, I have about 8-10 weeks of recovery.
In another post, Lisa Hamme screencapped a Umar post on Facebook that reads: “Hi Lisa Renee Hamme I’m really sorry about what I said on TV, maybe it hurt the U bcus of the language barrier but I don’t mean HURT to YOU [sic]”.
Above the screencap, Hamme wrote: “When losing the possibility of a K1 becomes a reality”. It’s not clear if these are just jokes at Umar’s expense, or a real shadow after a divorce.