90 Day Fiance fans have been on the fence when it comes to Stephanie Matto and Erika Owens. Some fans of the show have wondered if Matto is who she claims to be when it comes to her sexuality. Stephanie Matto has been confronted with accusations that she plays her interest in women for the show, and that her interactions with Owens don’t seem particularly romantic, but more like a friendship. Stephanie Matto has since gone to Instagram to promote her sexuality and take to the air with 90 Day Fiance fans.
90 Day Fiance: Some Fans Thought Stephanie Matto Was Frauding
At first, some 90 Day Fiance fans weren’t so sure about Stephanie Matto. The reality star hosts a YouTube page with hundreds of thousands of subscribers. She often posts videos with clickbait-style titles, plus shots of her shocked faces.
One of Foolish’s videos in particular had some fans wondering if his infatuation with Erika Owens was really his first time dating a woman. Mad had previously uploaded a video called “I Was in Love With a Girl | My First Bisexual Experience”. The video was not about Erika Owens, and it made some fans question the reality of her story, including her claim that her family doesn’t know she is bisexual.
Madman went to Instagram to fire back at fans who accused her of lying. On her story she wrote: “This is the last time I’m going to deal with this. First of all: this is NOT an outgoing video. Nowhere in this video have I gone out. This was a video about an experience I had with a girl I thought I was in love with”.
90 Day Fiance: Some Fans Disliked Stepanie And Erika’ First Kiss
Also, some 90 Day Fiancé fans seemed offended by the way Stephanie Matto and Erika Owens portrayed the first kiss. Some felt that the shot played with the sexuality of the kiss compared to other couples, and that it was intended for the male gaze.
One Redditor said of the moment: “Normally, first kisses on the show are brittle or romantic, with triumphant, happy music in the background. But Erika/Stephanie’s first kiss had almost corny porn music in the background and was a zoom shot that went on for a while… it looks like the editors are playing with the male gaze rather than trying to represent a gay couple like any other couple. Maybe the zoom was because they were in the bathroom, which leaves less room to film, but I don’t think the production could have told them to kiss elsewhere and that still doesn’t explain the music”.
Another added: “Not only did I get the feeling that the cameras presented it that way, but I felt that Stephanie was very aware of her male audience”.