’90 Day Fiancé’: Mahmoud Immediately Hates It in America With Nicole

    ’90 Day Fiancé’: Mahmoud Immediately Hates It in America With Nicole

    Nicole and Mahmoud’s first night in America together definitely didn’t go the way Nicole planned. On Sunday’s episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?, Mahmoud arrived in Los Angeles to give their marriage another shot after Nicole couldn’t adapt to living in Egypt, but he wasn’t happy or excited to say the least.

    Nicole and Mahmoud went through serious issues during their season of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way when she attempted to live in Egypt due to Nicole not being able to adapt to the conservative culture and Mahmoud’s strict Islam faith. Nicole, 40, moved back to L.A. and Mahmoud, 31, agreed to come to America although he didn’t want to. On Sunday’s episode, an excited Nicole met him at the airport with a sign for him. Although Mahmoud smiled and said he loved her, he didn’t want to kiss her on the lips even though she repeatedly tried. He admitted to the producers that Nicole’e behavior made him uncomfortable. He also didn’t like that her dress showed her stomach.

    “She lives like that, I know, but as a Muslim, I’m not, like, feel good to do that around people,” he said of her PDA.

    Mahmoud experienced immediate culture shock when it came to using crosswalks and having to wear a seatbelt. While he thought downtown L.A. was “nice” as they drove through, he commented that Egypt was “still the best” and missed people constantly walking around. Nicole told cameras she wished their reunion was “happier” but blamed it on him being tired due to the flight. Mahmoud’s sour mood continued when he entered her apartment. He didn’t like her painting of a naked lady and the naked mannequin out in the open that she used when making clothes.

    “So weird,” he muttered.

    When Mahmoud told her he was tired, she told him he should have slept on the plane. She expressed her disappointment at his mood.

    “You know what, it irritates me that you didn’t sleep on the plane, actually, it really does — like, really irritates me,” she told him. 

    She told cameras that now Mahmoud could understand how she felt when she moved to Egypt.

    “Mahmoud’s now in America and I’m hoping that he could give this his best effort because there’s no way that I’m moving back to Egypt,” she said.


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