Jovi Dufren and his Ukrainian girlfriend, Yara Zaya, don’t get much of an eye. But on the second program of this Fian 90 days season, the couple went into tiff about their home countries. While Jovi maintained that America is better than Ukraine, Yara argued that her country was just as good.
The ’90 Day Fiancé ‘couple come from different cultures
Jovi is a 29-year underwater robotics expert from New Orleans. And as he explained on the season 8 premiere of Fian 90 days, he met Yara through a social app while on vacation. And when the two started chatting, they bonded their common interests.
“We like a lot of the same things,” Jovi said in confession. “We both like beaches, we both like scuba diving, we both like to travel.”
So when Jovi got his next job break, he flew to Budapest to meet Yara. But at the time, he entered the meeting without a long-term intention.
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“The first night was awful,” Jovi explained. “I didn’t know what to say to her. She didn’t know what to say to me. We come from two completely different cultures. ”
But after a few drinks, Jovi and Yara hit off. And they ended up taking several vacations together.
Six months after their relationship, when Yara found out she was pregnant, Jovi suggested applying for his K-1 visa. Unfortunately, before she was adopted, the couple suffered a miscarriage.
Yara joins Jovi in New Orleans on ’90 Day Fiancé’
On the recent program of Fian 90 days, Yara arrived in New Orleans and they moved into Jovi’s house. She described his place as “small” and disappointed. And when Jovi took her to the Bourbon Street capital, she said it wasn’t as attractive as she had expected.
“New Orleans, I thought it would be different because they have so many people here,” Yara told delegates. “But, my goodness, Bourbon Street, I don’t know how people get there. To my European mind, it ‘s just too much. It just smells like pee and throws up. It’s so awful. ”
The couple are arguing about their home countries
After sharing her disdain for Jovi, his apartment, and New Orleans, Yara embraced America as a whole. “I think America… I may not think America is a sweet dream or something like that, but so, Ukraine looks better,” she told Jovi . “I mean, it’s like it’s poorer, but it looks better.”
Jovi didn’t say much at that time. But when Yara refused to stay at his mother’s house, and threatened to go to Ukraine, saying it was not a “bad place” to stay, Jovi disagreed.
“It’s not so good either,” he said. “It’s better than Ukraine.”
Yara threatening to return to her country so early in her journey is not a good sign for this relationship. Fans will see how things expand as the season progresses.