The Biggest Clout Chasers In The 90 Day Fiancé Season 9 Cast

The Biggest Clout Chasers In The 90 Day Fiancé Season 9 Cast

Clout chasers in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise are criticized by fans, and viewers say several season 9 cast members are shameless self-promoters.

Viewers have many complaints about the cast of 90 Day Fiancé season 9, and one of their top concerns is that so many of the newcomers appear to be clout chasers. Though there was a lot of anticipation for the return of 90 Day Fiancé, season 9 has largely disappointed. The cast is frustrating, the storylines are lackluster, and many fans say they don’t care if any of the couples stay together or not. But one issue that fans have with the new cast is that many seem like clout chasers, and it makes viewers doubt their motives for going on the show.

In many ways, there’s nothing inherently wrong with chasing clout. One of the benefits of going on a reality TV show is the opportunities that are available to cast members outside the show. Becoming an Instagram influencer is just the tip of the iceberg—as 90 Day Fiancé franchise star Stephanie Matto can attest to. She has become notorious for selling fart jars and other odd products, and the way Stephanie has managed to profit off her franchise fame is, in a way, inspiring—though strange.

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However, 90 Day Fiancé fans are usually critical of obvious clout chasers, because it often seems that they’re only on the show to promote themselves. This leads many to believe that those cast members’ storylines are largely fabricated. Viewers tune in to 90 Day Fiancé hoping to see at least some reality, but the season 9 cast is making fans suspicious due to the way they shamelessly self-promote and strive for fame.

Shaeeda Sween

Shaeeda Sween 90 Day Fiance Season 9

Though most fans are highly critical of Bilal Hazziez, the 90 Day Fiancé season 9 villain claims that it was mostly his fiancé Shaeeda Sween’s idea to go on the show. It seems that Shaeeda is much more interested in reality TV fame than Bilal is, and off-screen she’s been promoting herself on social media. Shaeeda is a talented yogi and has begun offering flexibility workshops, so she’s clearly looking to profit off her franchise notoriety. Though Shaeeda may have gone on the show with ulterior motives, she’s still far more likable than most of the cast.

Miona Bell

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Miona Bell and her supposed husband Jibri Bell have both been called out for chasing clout, and Miona appears to have a very clear idea of what she hopes to gain from her time in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise. On the show, the season 9 star is often mentioning her desire to become a makeup artist and launch a makeup line, and Miona has a definite agenda. Off-screen Miona is extremely active on Instagram, and with her growing follower count, her plan seems to be paying off.

Jibri Bell

Jibri Bell Season 9 90 Day Fiance

Like Miona, Jibri has put a lot of effort into promoting his band Black Serbs on the show. Recent episodes have featured the band recording new music, and the publicity that the Black Serbs are getting from Jibri’s time on 90 Day Fiancé is sure to pay off. Both Jibri and Miona are regulars on virtually every social media network, and it seems like the two are always in promotion-mode. The couple has a clear brand in mind for themselves beyond the show, and though Miona and Jibri are criticized, the 90 Day Fiancé stars are going to be laughing all the way to the bank.

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