“90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?” Star Nicole Nafziger Did Not Marry Azan Tefou In Morocco, Her Stepfather Confirms

“I should have put the dress on layaway!”

Fans of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? have been watching as Nicole Nafziger plots to go to Morocco to marry the mooch man of her dreams, but it looks like wedding bells did not ring earlier this year for the geographically challenged couple.

Nicole’s stepfather Joe Fouraker (who has been featured on the show) told Radar Online that Nicole and Azan called off their wedding, and have yet to tie the knot.

“They said the timing wasn’t right,” Joe told the site.

Joe and Nicole’s mother Robbalee made no effort to hide the fact that they did not want Nicole to travel to Morroco to marry Azan, whom they feel has been taking advantage of Nicole. Although Joe and Robbalee (and pretty much everyone who watches the show) are ecstatic that the wedding has been cancelled, this might not be the end for the couple.

“Is she going back to get married? I don’t know,” Joe said. “She still talks to him.”

During the third season of “Happily Ever After?” viewers have watched as Nicole decided to get a visa and go to Morocco to marry Azan since his visa to come to the United States was denied.

Joe told Radar that Nicole did go to Morocco to be with Azan, but she did not get hitched. After staying in Morocco for six months, Joe said Nicole had to return to Florida because her visa ran out.

“She is now living with her sister in a mobile home,” Joe said. “Her daughter May is with her.”

On the last episode of “90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?” Azan was allegedly caught cheating on Nicole. She became aware of an audio recording of Azan telling another woman, “I want to kiss you right now” and “the kiss was good,” among other things. On the episode, Azan denied that he cheated, and argued that he only said those things because he had been drinking.

“He had an explanation and said, ‘That was before I met you,’” Joe told Radar. “She believed him. She wants to believe the best in people. She isn’t mature enough to understand people will take advantage of her. She’s a foolish young lady.”

Nicole’s stepfather suspects that Nicole will keep trying to marry Azan.

“I think she still intends to go back [to Morocco],” Joe said. “The wedding dress is still there.”

Nicole has not made any direct comments about her relationship status. She has, however, been posting dramatic memes to her social media accounts. Last week, she posted a message to nay-sayers on Instagram.

“My life. My choices. My mistakes. My lessons. Not your business,” Nicole wrote.

Earlier this week, she posted a meme insinuating that viewers don’t know the real Nicole.

Lol yea

A post shared by Love Always❤????? (@alwayssnicole) on

Nicole and Azan remain the longest “engaged” couple in this franchise. Their relationship continues to play out on the current season of “90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?” which airs Sundays on TLC.

Click here to read our Season 3 episode recaps!

(Photos: TLC, Instagram)

 

31 Comments

  1. Girl, pull yourself together! Azan won’t ever marry you. He and his beautiful wife mock you for your ongoing stupidity and desperation.


  2. I was curious about Moroccan wedding dresses, so I looked it up the other day. Let’s just say that Nicole’s dress violates EVERYTHING!! She doesn’t care about Azan’s culture at all. Not to mention, she’s disrespectful of the rules about PDA.


  3. im sure her sister is thrilled nicole is mooching off her now.im sure shed be fine with just may but being stuck with nicole who probably still sends him money..


    1. Ahh, thanks for sharing! Now I’m on a mission to find old clips.. I just started watching this show a month ago and have only seen the lastest season.


  4. “She isn’t mature enough to understand people will take advantage of her. She’s a foolish young lady.”

    And she has a small child, to whom she’s introduced multiple men as “daddy”. Who apparently doesn’t have an actual daddy. My heart breaks for that child; I can’t even make a snarky comment. Fortunately, she seems to have other adults in her life that can intervene if necessary.


  5. I agree with everything you said. Plus, I can’t believe she thinks that dress is right for her body type. It looks horrible!


    1. The “90 day fiance” refers to a K-1 visa. This is issued –
      after an application and interview process IF they are approved – to a citizen of another country intending to come to the US to marry a US citizen. In this case, Azan was denied a K-1 visa by US immigration authorities. So Nicole went to Morocco, saying she intended to marry him in Morocco, with the hope Azan would then be allowed into the US as her husband (which requires a different type of visa). Morocco doesn’t have the same visa stipulations as the US; the visa Nicole was issued allowed her to stay 6 months.


  6. Just started watching this show a few weeks ago and Nicole really needs to get a grip. She has a young child that needs stability, not being left with strangers. I wish Nicole had the good sense to leave May with her mom while she chased Azan all over Morocco. It’s not that Azan’s family wouldn’t have been good to May, it is that being dragged around (because I think we all know he wasn’t going to marry Nicole) is not great for a child of that age. But Nicole seems to only care about Nicole.


  7. Poor May! I watched a video that said how Azan complained about changing her diapers because Nicole wouldn’t. Ummm he’s a stranger to this little girl! And all the times the two of them were just out in Morocco. Poor May was at the house with his family. I’ll be very honest and say they did seem very kind to may but she didn’t know who they were!


  8. “My life. My choices. My mistakes. My lessons. Not your business,” Nicole wrote.

    Others here have already pointed out the obvious flaws in that logic in Nicole’s case. And I hate to be one of those “kids today” types – I’m only in my mid 20s – but my social media feeds are full of people posting shit like that, and they are always the ones who have violent bust ups with their boyfriends, call everyone they know to talk about what a bad guy he is, and then take him back as soon as he’s bailed out. Rinse and repeat.

    It’s all very well to live by a mantra like that when you are an experienced and worldly person capable of actually learning from your mistakes, but people like that still know how to take the opinions of others into account and look at their lives objectively. The prominence of the sorts of ideas summarised by this meme is terrible influence on those who already chronically make bad choices.


  9. May should not be in her Nicole’s custody. Period. Very sad situation for that baby. Nicole needs to grow the eff up.


  10. No matter how much money Nicole thinks she can throw at Azan, I wouldn’t be surprised if he were 100% SICK OF HER by now. Period. Plain and simple. Full stop.

    That total disaster of a wedding dress was probably the clincher that prompted him to just flat out say “HELL NO!” to marrying her in Morocco, the US, on the moon, or anywhere else. So hopefully now she’ll set her sights on raising that adorable little May, and stop all this d*ck chasing across the globe.

    No, it’s not just about “your” life, Nicole.

    It’s about that sweet little girl’s life too.


  11. She has to be the biggest idiot on the planet.he does not want to marryt her because he’s just not into her except for money.
    I feel sorry for may she goes without so ding a ling can send money to a man where’s Mays father.Nicole if you read this your sick get help.and use your money for Mays education fund.


  12. Where the hell is May’s father to help save her from this hot mess express!! He must have zero involvement if Nicole was able to just up and move out of the country with her. My heart breaks for May as well as Molly’s kids. I know from my own childhood what its like for ones own mother to choose a man over her children. That is damage which can not be undone.


    1. I’ve thought about that too. I think he is 100% out of that little girls life, otherwise, I can’t see her being able to get a passport for May without his consent as per the passport rules:

      Both parents/guardians must authorize the issuance of the child’s passport. The best way to do this is for both parents/guardians to go with the child in person to apply for the passport.

      What if both parents/guardians cannot appear in person?
      If… Then…
      You have sole legal authority You must submit evidence of this with the application. Examples include:

      Complete court order granting you sole legal custody of the child, such as a divorce decree or other custody order
      Complete court order specifically permitting you to apply for your child’s passport (photocopy is acceptable)
      Certified copy of the child’s birth certificate listing you as the only parent
      Certified copy of an adoption decree listing you as the only parent
      Certified copy of the judicial declaration of incompetence of the parent that cannot appear in person
      Certified copy of the death certificate of the parent that cannot appear in person

      One parent unable to appear

      If one parent/guardian cannot go with the child to apply for the passport, they can give permission by completing Form DS-3053 “Statement of Consent.” You must submit the completed form with the child’s passport application. The parent that cannot go with the child must:

      Sign and date Form DS-3053 in the presence of a certified notary public, and
      Submit a photocopy of the front and back side of the ID that they present to the notary public with Form DS-3053.

      Please note: In certain countries, a DS-3053 must be notarized at a U.S. embassy or consulate and cannot be notarized by a local notary public. Currently, these countries are Algeria, Angola, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Cameroon, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Guatemala, Guinea, Haiti, Honduras, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Kenya, Laos, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Moldova, Nicaragua, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Panama, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela, Vietnam, and Yemen.
      You cannot locate the other parent

      You must submit Form DS-5525 “Statement of Exigent/Special Family Circumstances.”

      Please complete the form with as much detail as possible.
      We may ask for additional information (e.g., custody order, incarceration order, restraining order) to protect against international parental child abduction.

      Neither parent able to appear

      A third party may apply for the child’s passport with a notarized statement from both parents/guardians giving that third party permission to apply for the child.

      The statement must include a photocopy of the parents/guardians’ identification.
      When the statement is from only one parent/guardian, the third party must present evidence of sole custody of the consenting parent/guardian.

      Please Note: Written authorization from the parent that cannot appear in person must be less than three months old.


  13. “My life. My choices. My mistakes. My lessons. Not your business,” Nicole wrote.

    Then get the fuck off OUR tv’s, bitchassslutassbitchasswhore.


  14. “She’s a foolish young lady,” is the truest statement ever uttered about Nicole. I heard the people on 90 Day fiancé don’t make much money and I know she’s financially supporting Azan, but how does she not even have enough to get her own trailer?


    1. They didn’t say it was her trailer, they said she was living with her sister. That’s definitely good for May; she’ll have at least one normal, functioning adult in the home.

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