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Mohamed Jbali Hints At ‘Toxic’ People In Cryptic Update

90 Day Fiancé season 2 star Mohamed Jbali has shared a cryptic Instagram story about toxic people after months of silence. Fans wonder what it means.

Mohamed Jbali’s of 90 Day Fiancé season 2 recently shared a social media update that has raised the eyebrows of fans after he posted cryptic messages referencing toxicity. Mohamed and his ex-wife Danielle Jbali, neé Mullins, were one of the most explosive couples on 90 Day Fiancé season 2. While then 46-year-old Danielle had genuine feelings for Mohamed, the 28-year-old Tunisian was quickly accused of using Danielle, who he married in 2014, for a Green Card to live his best life in the United States. A toxic couple from day one, Mohamed and Danielle were not at all shy about throwing each other under the bus, and while Mohamed attacked Danielle for being “unstable,” with a bad odor, Danielle lied about several aspects of her life including a criminal history.

Unsurprisingly, Mohamed and Danielle’s marriage ended soon after it started. By the time Mohamed and Danielle appeared on 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? seasons 1 and 2, it became obvious that they would end in divorce, especially after Danielle threatened to have Mohamed deported after he ran away to Florida. After divorcing in 2017, Mohamed has continued to work on himself physically, emotionally, and mentally. Now living in Indiana, Mohamed is almost completely inactive on social media, save for his Instagram. Featuring mostly images of himself posing for the camera, Mohamed’s captions are full of wisdom, advice, and words of affirmation for his followers.

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Since Mohamed’s last Instagram post was shared in April 2021, 90 Day Fiancé fans are surprised that Mohamed uploaded several Instagram stories over May 3 and have been busy trying to decipher their cryptic meaning. One that caught viewers eyes in particular focuses on “toxic” people, with Mohamed writing, “Their mission is to destroy you slowly. They will lie Non-Stop and create fake hope.” Suggesting that those in contact with toxic people “run and never look back,” one conclusion is that the 90 Day Fiancé star is referring to Danielle. Although the two were on good terms on 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined and were still reported to be cordial as late as February 2022, fans know that these relationships could shift at any time.

Danielle Mullins Mohamed Jbali In 90 Day Fiance

While Mohamed ended his mysterious update with the advice, “Don’t be sad you can do better,” another one of the star’s Instagram stories raises more questions than answers. “Now I know why I’m not a cheater, [because] I am born in March,” Mohamed’s second update reads. Complete with a cowboy emoji, his followers are already speculating on the meaning behind these messages. It’s quite possible that Mohamed was involved in another relationship that recently ended badly; it’s also equally possible that the IG Story is referencing ex-wife Danielle, since Danielle and Mohamed accused each other of cheating while together.

Despite keeping Mohamed’s last name, Danielle has made it clear that there is no chance at romantic reconciliation with her former husband, with Danielle even looking for love on the first season of 90 Day: The Single Life. And although Mohamed remains cryptic and quiet online, the same can’t be said for the current couples starring on 90 Day Fiancé season 9. Mohamed may not be involved with the hit TLC series anymore, but that doesn’t mean that fans aren’t hanging onto his every word—and deciphering what they mean.

Next: 90 Day Fiancé: Why Mohamed Deserves More Viewer Sympathy

90 Day Fiancé airs Sundays at 8 pm EST on TLC.

Sources: Mohamed Jbali/Instagram

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