'90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days': Fans say Memphis needs therapy not a man

Fans also questioned how Memphis and Hamza's relationship would work with their language barrier


                            '90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days': Fans say Memphis needs therapy not a man
'90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days' star Memphis (TLC)
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After watching Memphis on Season 5's premiere of '90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days' several fans took to Twitter to unanimously advise her to go for therapy instead of flying all the way to Tunisia to meet a man she believes to be the love of her life. After a string of failed relationships and bad dates, Michigan native Memphis turned to the internet for help with her love life. She broadened her search radius by opening up herself to overseas romance and soon found herself being smitten by a Tunisian man named Hamza.

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Despite their geographical and more importantly linguistic barrier, Memphis and Hamza fell in love with each other in no time. While Hamza can't speak English, and Memphis has no knowledge of Arabic, the only common words that the couple know is "sexy time", and that seems to be doing the job for them. What drew Memphis to Hamza was how he consistently messaged her every morning a good morning text and always updated her about his whereabouts and plans for the day. Thanks to her previous bad experiences in relationships, Memphis felt that Hamza's consistency made him a keeper, so she decided to fly down to Tunisia to meet him and straight away get married to him.

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Memphis (TLC)

 

When Memphis shared her marriage plans with her mother she was met with a lot of doubts and concerns. Memphis' mom questioned Hamza's motives and wondered if he was using her just for a green card, and advised her daughter to be careful. Memphis got very upset and blamed her mother for abandoning her when she was a child for everything that's going on in her life. She then revealed that her mother and she didn't have a great relationship while she was growing up owing to her mother's drug addiction So, she had to shuttle between 12 foster homes until the age of 19.

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After hearing Memphis recount her childhood trauma and her strained relationship with her mother, several fans felt that she should focus on healing herself by going to therapy first before flying to Tunisia to be with Hamza. A fan tweeted, "Memphis needs therapy instead of joining the hustled single mom’s sorority like Nicole and Laura. #before90dayfiance #90DayFiance." Another fan wrote, "Ok Memphis you need therapy, not to fly across the world to marry a random man! #90DayFiance ." "Memphis, girl, go to therapy, not Tunisia #90DayFiance," echoed a fan.

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Hamza (TLC)

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Fans also questioned how Memphis and Hamza's relationship would work with their language barrier. A fan shared, "Oh man...Memphis needs therapy, not a man she can't communicate with. #90DayFiance #90dayfiancebeforethe90days #90DayFianceBefore90Days." "The worst part about Memphis experiencing these deep doubts about security in relationships—she can’t even communicate this with the man she’s going to marry because she doesn’t speak Arabic. Like………….. how is this going to work? #90DayFiance #90dayfiancebefore90days," expressed a fan. "No way this Tunisian dude is going to be able to help Memphis with her insecurities. He barely speaks any English & she doesn't speak any Arabic. She's in for a rude awakening. #90DayFiance," pointed out a fan.

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'90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days' Season 5 airs every Sunday at 8/7c on TLC. 
 

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