Although lots of 90 Day Fiancé stars use Instagram in order to keep up with their fans, long after their stints on the show end, not all cast members have good online presences. 90 Day Fiancé fans love to follow their favorite stars on IG and other social media platforms, in order to see what they’ve been up since their seasons aired. However, instead of letting fans know what’s going on in their lives, some franchise stars’ Instagrams leave viewers with more questions than answers. This is due to the fact that numerous cast members tend to take to Instagram to share confusing videos, photos that lack relevant context, or more general posts that leave viewers scratching their heads.
Of course, this isn’t the case for every franchise cast member. Many 90 Day Fiancé stars have great Instagram accounts with excellent content, which help them to maintain their careers after the show. For example, many 90DF alums leverage their followings to start new companies and market them, such as Ukrainian woman, Yara Zaya. She uses her Instagram to sell her makeup brand, Boujee by Yara. In addition, Paola Mayfield and Biniyam Shibre use Instagram to get clients for their respective online fitness programs. As well, former 90 Day Fiancé cast members, including Russian woman Varya Malina, use their new social media presences in order to create and monetize Instagram reels. Some of them make a living that way.
Although many 90 Day Fiancé stars need to have popular content on their Instagram accounts in order to make money, there are lots of cast members who don’t financially benefit from posting on the platform. Stars who don’t make money from their Instagrams are less incentivized to post engaging content, and may post content that lacks context instead. Alternatively, plenty of 90 Day Fiancé cast members use their IGs in order to advertise their Cameo or OnlyFans accounts. In fact, some celebs only post when they are promoting Cameo, OnlyFans, or their upcoming episodes, which fans don’t find very engaging. However, there are a number of stars who post frequently, but confuse fans with their content. Cast members who either barely post or choose to post odd or perplexing content are considered to have the worst Instagram accounts in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise.
Likely inspired by his fellow 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 4 cast member Stephanie Matto, the iconic but controversial star “Big” Ed Brown has been selling fart jars on the Internet. Ed therefore frequently uses Instagram to advertise his new business, which has not been received well by fans. The San Diego man’s followers have commented on his fart jar advertisements, calling them immature, childish, and even disgusting. Although Big Ed doesn’t exclusively post his fart jar advertisements on his Instagram, he posts little else. The reality star also promotes his Memmo account, a platform that is similar to Cameo, which stars use to create personalized content for fans. Between fart jar videos and advertisements for his Memmo, Ed’s Instagram content strikes many fans as bizarre and inauthentic.
The Georgia woman Angela Deem, like Big Ed, is another 90 Day Fiancé cast member who posts confusing videos on her Instagram account. Angela mostly uses her IG to post bizarre TikTok videos with tons of filters, along with cryptic captions and odd hashtags. Many fans follow the 90 Day Fiancé star, hoping to gain insights into her life, including her relationship with Nigerian man, Michael Ilesanmi. There have been rumors that Michael was able to enter the U.S. despite his visa struggles, as well as rumors that he and Angela broke up. However, Angela’s random videos don’t offer any insight whatsoever into her life or romance. Angela’s content is mostly selfie videos of Angela, without context, which don’t make sense to her followers. The Meemaw’s fans take to Angela’s content to criticize her, and question what she posts. In some cases, her fans directly tell her that they are tired of seeing her off-putting Instagram content.
Alum Ximena Morales has had a hectic Instagram presence ever since she first appeared on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 5. While the show was still airing on TLC, Ximena’s Instagram suggested that she had broken up with Thiells, New York man Mike Berk. Before the Tell-All episode aired, the Colombia woman shared a heart emoji-studded video of herself FaceTiming with a man identified as Josh Romeo from Canada. Revealing that she was with a new man while the show was still airing was violating her NDA, but that didn’t stop Ximena from posting photos of an engagement ring, and then photos that made it seem like she was back with Mike after all. Even when the Pereira, Colombia woman isn’t revealing NDA secrets, Ximena’s Instagram fails to impress followers. She often uploads the same picture multiple times simultaneously. She also tends to post photos out of context with short, non-descriptive captions. Ximena and Josh have since broken up, and she’s dating someone else.
Kentucky man Paul Staehle is another 90 Day Fiancé star whose Instagram is regarded as highly cryptic by followers. Since Paul dramatically split from Brazilian woman Karine Martins at the end of 2021, fans have been highly curious about what they have both been up to. Viewers have also been curious as to the whereabouts of their children amid a custody battle as well as rumors that Paul was missing long with one of his children with Karine. However, Paul’s social media presence arises more questions than it answers. Filled with cryptic posts, as well as his signature perplexing running videos with no caption, Paul’s Instagram is confusing to fans. A recent photo of an unknown female “new friend” made fans raise their eyebrows, as does his frequent posts reminding fans to check out his Memmo to order videos of him running. Paul’s Instagram has always been a mystery.