Even as 90 Day Fiance fans slammed Andrew Kenton as toxic and a manipulator, he has hit back.
In addition to feuding with a fan favorite star of the franchise, he’s insisted that he’s just getting a villain edit.
While there’s no question that editing has not been kind to him, production didn’t invent his choices.
But as Andrew and his family blast Amira Lollysa, some fans wonder if she’s a villain, too.
Andrew Kenton and Amira Lollysa met up in person before their season and became engaged.
That’s for the best, because they did not ever meet face to face in front of the cameras?
Why? Because one preventable disaster after the other dragged things out until they broke up.
No, we don’t mean that the COVID-19 pandemic was necessarily preventable.
Though hundreds of thousands of American deaths from it could have been prevented under different administrative circumstances, pandemics do happen.
We mean that basically every choice that Andrew and Amira made … until it was time to break up … was the wrong one.
First up, they decided to try to power through and try to make it work during the pandemic.
There was a lot of pressure from Andrew and there was probably plenty from production, too.
But in the end, it had to be their choice to try their catastrophic meet-up in Mexico … the one that never happened.
Instead, Amira was detained in Mexico City and had a traumatic experience in lockup.
It remains unclear why this happened, but on the form, it apparently claimed that she did not have her passport.
As Amira remarked upon her return to France, that document was included in the same parcel as her passport. Strange.
And what did Andrew do while Amira was locked up?
Well … he didn’t fly to try to get her out in person in Mexico City.
He did film himself making mulitple calls from his spacious Puerto Vallarta rental in a futile attempt to get her released.
No one thinks that Andrew had the magical power to spring Amira, especially during a pandemic.
But viewers were alarmed seeing him practice “self care” by enjoying a solo vacation while Amira returned to Europe in tears.
Yes, editing may have emphasized Andrew’s recreational shenanigans, but he is the one who chose to do them.
What was truly perplexing was that, somehow, Andrew was able to talk Amira into trying it again.
This time, the plan was, she would go to Serbia — without meeting up with Andrew.
Only from there would she travel to the United States and see Andrew.
Her father said it best, of course.
So not only was the pandemic still raging across the world, but Amira found herself in Serbia at the worst time.
Under an increasingly autocratic leader who used the pandemic to crack down on protests, she was in Serbia during a period of heightened unrest.
Amira was frightened — of the virus, of the unrest, of the uncertainty that this plan would even work.
Still, she sheltered in place in a hotel room, venturing out only for food. She did this …read more
Source:: The Hollywood Gossip
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