90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? fans are growing increasingly frustrated with long-distance couple Tiffany Franco and her husband Ronald Smith and have made it clear on social media. The on-again-off-again couple had issues long before they got married and things didn’t get much better when they tied the knot or got pregnant. Sadly, it is Tiffany Franco who has borne the financial burden of her family, living in the US with both children while Ronald Smith still lives in South Africa.
At the beginning of the season, the mother of two complained about having to look after their little girl Carly without the help of her husband, but fans are tired of Tiffany’s complaints because she knew what she was getting into before she got married.
In the latest episode of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? Ronald, Tiffany Franco and the kids were reunited once again in South Africa. However, things got off to a pretty bad start as soon as they arrived. For example, Ronald Smith didn’t stock up well on food for his family, which his wife complained about.
But he also got into a row with Tiffany Franco when he refused to change his daughter’s nappies, claiming that it was Tiffany’s job. It did not end there. When Ronald Smith took them to buy groceries, he didn’t have enough money to cover the cost, so once again Tiffany had to cover the expenses.
Obviously, the trip did not start as Tiffany had hoped. However, she doesn’t get a lot of sympathy from fans on social media because Ronald has been like this from the moment he met her.
90 Day Fiance: Viewers Are Annoyed With Tiffany and Ronald.
In previous seasons of the series, fans had shown quite a lot of support for Tiffany Franco, but over the years that support has wavered and now they’re fed up with the pair arguing about the same things. While some fans are upset with Ronald for his childishness – especially after the last episode – others are upset with Tiffany and her constant complaining.
Meanwhile, some viewers of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? are simply fed up with both and have made that clear in the comments.