A 90 Day Fiancé fan account created a hilarious meme based on Sumit Singh and Jenny Slatten’s funny catfishing love story. Check it out!!
Some 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way fans don’t believe Sumit Singh and his girlfriend, Jenny Slatten, are actually in love. The main reason for this could be that the couple first got in touch when Sumit pretended to be someone else. He adopted a different name and identity to trap Jenny. Their catfish love story is worth a meme, and that’s exactly what a 90 Day Fiancé fan account came up with.
During 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way season two, Jenny re-introduced herself to the camera and talked about her past traumatic experience living in India with her partner, Sumit. The Palm Springs, California native said she met her man online in 2012. The 32-year-old Delhi native Sumit catfished her by faking a different identity. He told Jenny he was “Michael Jones,” a 25-year-old handsome man based in London, England. Jenny admitted to her daughter, Christina, that Sumit sent her stock photos and faked his identity when they first started talking. While many viewers would find this catfish story to be a huge red flag, Jenny put it differently and said, “Our relationship had an unconventional beginning.” The 62-year-old reality TV star found out the truth and was upset. But she chose to forgive her beau, as she was already in love with him.
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Dedicated to Sumit and Jenny’s “unconventional” love story, a 90 Day Fiancé fan account, @90daysofmmmmm, created a Lol-worthy meme. The person photoshopped Sumit’s head on a man standing in front of a badly creased curtain, which has a mansion picture printed on it. The fan account captioned the IG post as, “Why you always lyiiiiin.” Check out the photo below:
Well, 10 points for Gryffindor! There are so many 90 Day Fiancé memes on social media, but this one has a whole different level of creativity. Many fans joked this was the real picture the Indian native used to catfish his American partner. A fan wrote (via @90daygossip), “Michael Jones in all his glory!” Another fan joked, “Okay Jenny, I’m not the guy in the pictures, but check my sweet ass mansion.” Other hilarious comments read, “Sumit School of Catfishing,” and “It looks so real, nice job on photoshopping.”
While many fans are calling Sumit a “scammer,” others think former TLC star Jenny scammed his parents as well. She came to India and lived with them as a guest while having an affair with their son. Still, it seems like this couple is genuinely in love. even though their story started with a lie. Let’s wait for the 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Tell-All episode to find out if Jenny was able to permanently stay in Sumit’s Indian mansion despite her tourist visa expiring soon.
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