When they go low, she goes high! Out of all of the 90 Day Fiancé stars, Nicole Nafziger seems to get the most hate. Fans are always calling her out on social media for her parenting choices with her daughter, May, and the choices she makes in her relationship with her long-distance love, Azan Tefou (a.k.a Hassan M’Raouni). But though she constantly has to deal with haters, the 25-year-old still makes it a point to keep a positive attitude. She took to Instagram on Friday, May 31, to share a new selfie and she also shared a very positive message with her fans in the caption.

“Love and peace of mind do protect us. They allow us to overcome the problems that life hands us to survive… to live now.. to have the courage to confront each day.” – Bernie Siegel,” the caption read in the gorgeous new selfie. In the shot, Nicole showed off her new hairstyle: a bob haircut with a blonde to pink ombre dye job. She appeared to wear minimal makeup in the shot, and her natural beauty shone through — her skin absolutely glowed as she smiled at the camera.

Even though it seems like most fans love to hate on Nicole, she still has her fair share of supporters. Her adoring fans flooded the comments to compliment her new pic. “You look happy and at peace in this photo! That’s all that matters!” one fan wrote, and another commented, “You look so pretty!!! Don’t listen to the haters on this post.”

It seems like the backlash intensified after the May 26 episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? where Nicole’s family confronted her about their concerns. They were upset that Nicole had been sending Azan, 26, money. But she clarified that rumor in an Instagram Story post on May 29.

“So I guess a lot of y’all assume I give money to Azan so he stays around,” Nicole wrote. “I don’t send money to Azan anymore. He makes his own money and I only helped him out sometimes. It wasn’t a regular thing like you guys think. I don’t send money and he’s still ‘around.'”

Her family also were worried because Nicole is planning to move to Morocco to live with Azan, which would mean she would have to enroll May, 5, in a Moroccan school. But she addressed that as well.

“Y’all can’t even see that America isn’t the #1 best country for schools,” she wrote. “I’m not saying Morocco is #1 either but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad school.”

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