Yara Zaya admits she needs help on the 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After reunion show. She has her own business and can’t always look after her daughter while she works.
Yara Zaya sits in on the 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After reunion special. She’s joined in conversation by her mother-in-law Gwen Eymard, who talks about a blowpipe fight she had with her daughter-in-law and son-in-law Jovi Dufren. The TLC couple were annoyed that she didn’t come to their daughter Mylah’s rescue when he was away at work for a month.
Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Castravet feel that Yara Zaya and Jovi Dufren are too dependent on someone else to look after Mylah. She thinks they have “the perfect setup”. They get a lot of help from Gwen. And Andrei agrees with his wife.
Yara , on the other hand, doesn’t think they depend on Gwen Eymard. The reality star of 90 Day Fiance wants to make it clear that they only rely on her when they need help. He knows that if she calls him for help, his mother-in-law will be there.
90 Day Fiance: Yara Zaya Is Not Ready To Have Another Child With Jovi Dufren
Yara Zaya explains that she needs help taking care of Mylah because she works. She feels she is “human” and needs help sometimes. She has a job and she needs time for herself when she works. Yara Zaya starts to get emotional. The cast of The 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After doesn’t want people to think she is dependent on someone to look after her little girl. She also doesn’t want people to think she wants to leave her daughter with someone.
Yara Zaya reveals that caring for a child while working is a challenge. That’s why she doesn’t want another baby with Jovi Dufren. She is not ready to have another baby while running her business. Big Ed Brown concurs with her sentiments. He feels that women today are expected to have full-time jobs, raise children, take care of the household, cook, put the kids to bed and then make their husbands happy.
He feels it is unfair that women are faced with this double standard. Yara thinks this is why she “crazy sometimes.”