Damn girl, tell us how you really feel! Danielle Mullins and her ex-husband Mohamed Jbali are one of the most — if not the most — notorious couples to star on TLC's hit reality TV series 90 Day Fiancé. They went through their fair share of drama on camera during the first two seasons of the spin-off 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After and that drama apparently has not died down since their divorce was finalized last year because Danielle took to Instagram to slam Mohamed! Watch the video above to find out how Danielle feels about her ex.
Fans took to the comments section to agree with Danielle. "Muhammad [sic] was an 'example' of a piece of [poop emoji]," one fan wrote, while another commented, "Couldn't stand him...User scum bag!!! Glad you are moving on. Don't ever let anyone take advantage of your kindness ever again."
During Season 2 of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, fans watched as Danielle and Mohamed's relationship unraveled and they battled each other over their divorce. Danielle has originally filed for an annulment of their marriage, which would then force Mohamed to go back to his native country of Tunisia. But he later convinced her just to file for a divorce, which would give him a better chance of keeping his green card and staying in the United States.
At the end of the season, fans watched as Danielle and Mohamed met up for the last time in court to finalize their divorce. Now, it seems like Danielle is still living in Ohio and is currently enrolled in college, while Mohamed is living in Texas and works for Uber.
But fans are confused that Danielle is still choosing bash Mohamed online and they're even more confused because she still uses his last name on social media instead of her maiden name, Mullins — and Danielle responded in the comments.
"A lot of women keep their married name because it costs money to change documents such as drivers license, passport, and then you have time to go change it at other places such as social security, banks, the title for car and house, and so many more places," she explained. "I have better things to do with my time such as spending time with family, work, school, and studying."