90 Day Fiancé season 8 star Andrew Kenton has come under fire for his “creepy” children’s book after his abusive texts to Amira Lollysa were exposed.
For Andrew Kenton and Amira Lollysa, 90 Day Fiancé season 8 will not be ending with wedding bells. But in Andrew’s case, it might as well end with him being crowned the most-disliked cast member of the TLC franchise ever. From his failed border crossing plans, to forcing Amira to do it despite the COVID-19 scare, and lastly, his disturbing texts, Andrew has outdone himself when it comes to getting a bad rep. However, fans have now discovered a children’s book by the daycare owner which they think makes 90 Day Fiancé star Andrew all the more “creepy.”
Sure, each couple on season 8 han to go through stress like in Brandon and Julia’s case, or even cold feet like with Mike and Natalie. But fans saw a different kind of issue in 90 Day Fiancé couple Andrew and Amira’s romance, with his unbearably passive-aggressive behavior which also got him compared to Colt Johnson. The detained and deported Amira braved her life in the Serbian riots without food or anyone to talk to, while Andrew squashed her dreams of marrying him on the last day of her quarantine. Shaken and facing a panic attack, Amira returned to France, but Andrew’s last selfish move of asking for her engagement ring back left 90 Day Fiancé fans shaken.
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With fans claiming that Andrew has since been trying to defend himself on Reddit message boards via fake accounts, some stumbled upon a book he’d written and released during the pandemic. The 90 Day Fiancé star’s book is called “I Still Love You,” which he describes as “beautiful and heart-warming” and an “inspirational story of a compassionate teacher” who comforts his students during the scary global COVID-19 pandemic. However, fans are of the opinion that the title of the book has nothing to do with the topic and that the cover should have had the kids, and not Andrew’s own illustrated photo. “what does COVID have to do with loving, not loving or still loving someone?” asked the fan.
“Amazing. he wrote a ‘beautiful and heartwarming story’ about. himself. If that ain’t narcissism, i don’t know what is,” said one sarcastic comment, and another argued, “Listen i worked at a daycare and so did my mom and you’re not supposed to have super close relationships with the kids. Like you can’t say ‘i love you’ to a KID that you are being PAID to look after..” One fan simply called 90 Day Fiancé celeb Andrew’s book “cringey.” A second comment joked that Andrew made a “CHILDREN’S book about the PANDEMIC and it’s about… him.” Furthermore, several TLC viewers feel that the book cover is making them uncomfortable and that the plot feels “incredibly inappropriate.”
Although fans were majorly upset over Amira’s choices throughout the season, her making the right move on episode 15 made them collectively heave a sigh of relief. With Andrew insisting that he’s been given an unfair edit throughout 90 Day Fiancé, chances are he may get to redeem himself on the Tell-All. Whether or not Andrew will be able to reverse the season full of ill-treating Amira, is something to watch out for. But so far, it looks like the 90 Day Fiancé star may have a difficult time making fans approve of his actions.
Next: 90 Day Fiancé: What Makes Andrew’s Texts To Amira So Abusive & Disturbing
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