’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Micah Doesn’t Want Zied To Move In And He Doesn’t Want To Move In Either!

TLC’ “90 Day Fiancé” stars Zied Hakimi and Rebecca Parrott are having to make some controversial decisions on the way to what they hope will be their happily ever after! Zied is headed for the USA but he and Rebecca will have to live with her daughter Tiffany and her boyfriend Micah! Zied and Micah don’t like each other!

Zied And Rebecca Met On A Previous Season

Zied and Rebecca met on a previous season of “90 Day Fiancé” and now he has his K1 visa. This means he must move to America and he and Rebecca have ninety days in which to marry. The only problem is that Rebecca spent most of her money on the trip to Tunisia to meet him, and on Zied’s immigration fees. Plus, Zied has to find work. The couple was also featured in the online series “90 Day Fiancé: What Now?” where she explained in the last season of that spinoff that it will take some time for Zied’s work permit papers to come in. He cannot work until those papers are approved.

He’s going to school for HVAC (heating and air conditioning) work, but it will take time. So the couple is a little worried, and because finances are tight, they are having to live with Tiffany, Rebecca’s daughter, and her live-in boyfriend Micah. Quarters will be tight and privacy will be scarce, plus Zied and Micah don’t like each other! Zied and Rebecca only knew each other for three weeks before they became engaged, and Tiffany thinks that was way too fast. Rebecca had previously been married to another younger Arab man who betrayed Rebecca and so Micah and Tiffany aren’t sure about Zied either. They are doubtful about his intentions towards Rebecca because things went so fast.

Micah and Tiffany Worry Zied Too Will Only Use Rebecca And She Will Be Hurt

One worry that Micah and Tiffany have about Zied is that he will only use Rebecca for a green card, and she will be hurt again. Zied’s being uncomfortable around Micah could be read as defensiveness, and that he is hiding something. But Rebecca explains that Zied is a conservative Muslim and he worries that Micah could see Rebecca in her pajamas, which would be considered a state of undress and immoral.

'90 Day Fiancé' Spoilers: Micah Doesn't Want Zied To Move In And He Doesn't Want To Move In Either!

Micah is an unmarried man but in the United States is considered Tiffany’s live-in partner, sometimes called a common law husband. If Micah and Tiffany were legally married then it would not be so frowned upon because Micah would be married into Rebecca’s family.

Micah tells the camera that Zied will have to get used to the cultural differences and catch up to the twenty-first century! Micah says that Zied has to catch on really quick to the way things work in the United States. One thing Micah has going for him is that he is protective of his live-in mother-in-law. He warns if Zied does anything to hurt Rebecca, he will answer to him! And Micah stresses that answering to him will mean Zied will have some major problems! Micah, however has not explained his protectiveness over Rebecca to Zied – he acts towards her almost as a father protecting a daughter. Certainly, Zied would understand that and find it admirable!

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Rita Ryan

Rita Ryan has been writing since the age of thirteen, starting with songs and later short plays and articles. In her teenage years she was known as “Rita Lorraine” and tried to get into the country music recording industry in the 1970s and later the gospel music industry in the 1990s. Now, she concentrates her writing on soap opera spoilers specializing in General Hospital, aspires to write a series of family-friendly mysteries in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries style, and the rest of her time is spent being a grandma to her three grandchildren and cat mama to Mollie & Missie. She is married to her childhood sweetheart whom she rediscovered after 30 years apart.

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