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90 Day Fiancé: Good Reasons Why Michael Ilesanmi Should Go Back To Nigeria Following Angela Deem Split

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Michael Ilesanmi from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise would be much happier if he returned to Nigeria after finalizing his divorce from Angela Deem. The Nigerian man debuted in 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 2 alongside his American partner in 2018. He was 22 years younger than her but wanted to give his relationship with her a shot. Unfortunately, Michael had no idea what he was getting into. He was too madly in love with Angela to notice all the red flags, such as her short temper and behavioral problems.

Michael married Angela in 2020, hoping for a future in the United States. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic and other hurdles resulted in inevitable visa delays, turning his marriage into a long-distance relationship. In 2022, Michael returned to social media to cash in on his reality TV fame. However, Angela couldn’t trust him and forced him to shut down all his social media accounts. Last year, Michael and Angela returned to 90 Day: The Last Resort, where they finally resolved their marital issues with the help of experts. The therapy helped them reconcile, leading to Michael’s arrival in America.

Michael Scammed Angela

Angela Deem With Michael Ilesanmi In 90 Day Fiance standing side by side laughing in Nigeria

Michael could’ve had a great future in the United States. However, he messed it up by scamming his wife in the worst possible way. He reunited with Angela in late 2023. He pretended to be with her and conveniently ran away in February 2024. Many fans have always speculated that Michael would never stay with Angela. However, nobody expected him to disappear so soon after getting his visa. How Michael ended his relationship with Angela makes him look like a scammer. It will forever hurt his chances of finding real love in the U.S.

Michael Knew About Angela’s Temper Before The U.S. Move

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Michael also looks like a liar because of how he ran away from Angela. He always knew about his wife’s anger issues. He knew her problems and still used her to come to the United States. Michael is praised for how much he suffered in his relationship with his wife. However, that doesn’t undo how he used Angela to get to the United States. The 90 Day Fiancé franchise star deceived Angela and pretended to be a victim. Michael would likely have difficulty finding a decent job in America, as nobody would want to hire such a con artist.

Michael Could Get Into Legal Trouble In The U.S.

Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi on 90 Day Fiancé Before the 90 days posing outside

Before Michael can think of settling in the United States, he’ll have to deal with Angela. Since he ran away only a few months after coming to America, Angela won’t have too much trouble proving he scammed her. She’ll use real facts against him and take him to court. Michael will have to deal with legal issues as long as he stays in the United States. Moreover, how he dumped Angela may forever taint his chances of becoming an American citizen. It’s way more fruitful for him to put his efforts into building a life in Nigeria.

Even Happily Married Couples Have Met With Deportation Scare

Montage Of Michael Ilesanmi Angela Deem looking sad 90 Day Fiancé franchise

Besides legal troubles, Michael will have difficulty leading a stable life in America. The fact that Michael no longer has an American partner will only worsen things.

Over the years, many foreign cast members have faced deportation scares despite their happy relationships. One such example is Andrei Castravet, who was on the verge of losing his family. The Moldovan man was happily married to his wife, Libby Potthast, but he still had numerous roadblocks on his journey to gaining permanent residency. Thankfully, things eventually worked out for him, thanks to the support of his wife, in-laws, and lawyers.

Julia Turbkina is another 90 Day Fiancé star who struggled with deportation scares over the last two years. Initially, she had a problem arranging all the right documents for her application. To make matters worse, someone stole her purse, which carried some of her most important documents. Julia went into a deep depression between 2022 and 2023. Fortunately, she pulled through, thanks to her husband and her parents-in-law. Unlike these cast members, Michael has no one to support him in the United States.

He’s also no longer with Angela, which means there aren’t many ways he can avoid deportation.

Michael Has Friends (& Family) In Nigeria

Michael Ilesanmi from 90 day fiance in red dress donning serious look and looking disappointed in the photo in his back

Michael’s family is another reason he should return to Nigeria. He has many fans but doesn’t have real supporters, friends, and family members in the United States. While Michael may not feel like it’s a big issue, things will change once fans move on to the newer 90 Day Fiancé cast members, leading him to feel alone and unhappy. If Michael returns to Nigeria, he can be free from Angela and live an easy life. He can achieve all his dreams by living close to his loved ones and relatives.

Angela Is Stubborn

90 Day Fiancé Angela Deem wearing glasses and another image of her sitting and smoking

Michael should probably return to Nigeria because Angela will never allow him to be happy in America. Meemaw is a well-known celebrity who knows a lot of people. She understands how American laws work and can afford legal professionals to destroy Michael as long as he’s in the United States. Angela is a stubborn individual who doesn’t mind getting her hands dirty. She would never allow Michael to live a happy life after what he did to her. The American 90 Day Fiancé franchise star will never stop seeking revenge.

Michael claimed he ran away from Angela out of fear for his life. If his words are true, that fear will forever hang over his head.

It’ll stop him from enjoying the most basic things or talking about his adventures openly. Michael won’t be able to explore, enjoy, and share about his life to grow his social media, as he’ll always fear that Angela will locate him. He’ll have to keep low, stopping him from living his American dream. The 90 Day Fiancé franchise star would be much happier if he turned his American dream into a Nigerian fantasy.

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