Poor habits. The cast of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way During Us Weekly’s “Couple Game,” Jenny Slatten and Sumit Singh were candid about their relationship.
Sumit was hesitant to declare his “greatest turnoff,” but after receiving Jenny’s consent, he revealed that “complaints” irritate him. (She assumed his major annoyance was “Jenny forgetting,” but clearly a nasty attitude affects him more.)
Jenny said, “Because I moan too much.” “Yes, I do. Yes, it is correct.”
Sumit went on to explain why complaining irritates him. “I don’t know if it’s an American thing or not,” he replied, “but I don’t think it’s an American thing.” “She has troubles with everything,” says the narrator.
Jenny, on the other hand, did not expect her behavior to change anytime soon. She told Us, “I just moan.” “I can’t help myself. I’m a naysayer.”
The couple agreed that Sumit is the more romantic of the two at one point throughout the game. “Sumit takes care of everything for me… Jenny explained, “Everything he does is romantic to me.”
“From morning tea to late-night snack,” Sumit said, he adores creating treats for Jenny.
The native of India also does so without prompting. “All he has to do now is go cook something for me.” He’ll bring it inside the room. I didn’t ask for it, and I certainly don’t expect it. Jenny explained, “He just does it.” “He is usually very interested and caring about me.”
Sumit and Jenny are engaged, but he told Us last month that he had worries about the relationship because of his previous divorce. “If you’re talking about marriage, I’ve had a bad experience with it in the past,” he admitted.
The reality star has admitted to feeling suicidal as a result of his arranged marriage. He is now attempting to recover from the trauma.
“The dread is still there in my heart, in my head, somewhere,” he admitted, “but I know the person I live with is nice.” “I’m hoping everything goes smoothly.”
Jenny is ready to make their union official, despite her fiancé’s reservations. “I’ll have more self-assurance. “I’ll be his wife,” she told Us on how essential marriage is to her. “I’m just going to feel better about it.”
In addition, the TV star anticipates a more stable future. “It’s a visa issue.” I’ll be able to stay in India once we get married,” she explained. “My visa will be changed to a different visa, and I won’t have to leave the country every six months, which is difficult. I’ll take care of that, and I’ll have rights to stuff after that.”
Jenny and Sumit discuss their relationship in greater detail in the video above.