Another day, another 90 Day Fiancé cast feud! Mohamed Jbali and Ricky Reyes started beefing on social media over a work-related disagreement, and Danielle Jbali even shared her two cents on the drama. Apparently, Mohamed had snubbed Ricky’s offer to collaborate on some photography and videography projects together. The breaking point wasn’t until it was revealed on Dec. 5 that Mohamed was working on a music video for a friend.
When news of Mohamed’s video shoot was shared on blogger John Yates’ page, Ricky aired his grievances in the comment section. “What a punk, really?? I send Mohamed a message to collab since we in the same state/city and he never responded. I’m really interested to see how it comes out. I will give credit if it’s good, I won’t be a hater,” Ricky wrote.
ICYMI, Ricky recently filmed a music video for co-star Tarik “Dirt DayOH” Myers a few weeks ago. So, here’s where Mohamed’s ex, Danielle steps in. “[Mohamed] won’t reply because he probably knows you were on the show and if you are not a panty dripper he won’t respond,” she responded to Ricky.
Ricky was getting a kick out of Danielle’s response, writing: “lmao your comment is priceless.” When another fan asked what a “panty dripper” is, the TLC star explained. “Women that message Mohamed telling him he is good and praise him,” Danielle wrote. Another commenter slammed Danielle for being “obsessed” with her former flame, but she said that’s definitely not the case. “No, I was answering on a friend’s post and explaining to [Ricky] why [Mohamed] would not answer him. That is not being obsessed.”
A short while later, Mohamed took to his Instagram Stories with a statement. “I’m on social media to communicate with family and friends and share my thoughts and not any other reason. Drama is not my thing. TV and fame are not for me. I’m not obligated to answer my DM’s 24/7. Not my job to help someone get famous sorry for disappointing,” he wrote. Ricky initially responded with a clap back, but later apologized for going too far with his statements.
“Mohamed be direct, man up. You ain’t famous, and I don’t need your help to be famous because that’s not what I want,” Ricky wrote at first. “I’m about business, I make decisions based on how to maximize and generate revenue. Anyhow, I do need your help, I need a ride to the airport next week heading out to NYC for another smart business endeavor. BTW I’m a good tipper.”
After deleting his IG story, Ricky ended up extending an olive branch to his franchise co-star via Instagram Live. “I’ve got nothing against Mohamed,” he said via video. “I think he’s a good guy. He works hard, and you got to respect a man for that. You know, no matter where he works, as long as he’s working, bringing food to the table, and surviving, you got to respect that.”