90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days featured Memphis Smith and Hamza Moknii getting married and Memphis revealing she's pregnant, Ximena Morales kicking Mike Berk out of her house after their breakup, Jasmine Pineda confronting Gino Palazzolo about another issue, and Mahogany and Ben's relationship taking a surprising turn during the fifth-season episode Sunday night on TLC.

90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days' new season stars Usman "SojaBoy" Umar, a 32-year-old from Sokoto, Nigeria, and Kim Menzies, a 50-year-old from San Diego, CA; Gino, a 51-year-old from Canton, MI, and Jasmine, a 34-year-old from Panama City, Panama; and Memphis, a 34-year-old from Muskegon, MI, and Hamza, a 28-year-old from Kairouan, Tunisia.

The series also stars Mike, a 34-year-old from Thiells, NY, and Ximena, a 24-year-old from Pereira, Colombia; Ella, a 29-year-old from Idaho Falls, ID, and Johnny, a 34-year-old from Jinan, China; Ben, a 52-year-old from Fraser, MI, and Mahogany, a 24-year-old from San Bartolo, Peru.


Caleb, a 28-year-old from Chandler, AZ, and Alina, a 27-year-old from Saint Petersburg, Russia, are no longer featured on the series after several of Alina's racist social-media posts resurfaced.

Usman was previously married to Lisa Hamme, 54, whom he had met on Facebook two years before filming 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days' fourth season.

Lisa struggled to trust Usman during their relationship and they split in May 2020. Usman later served Lisa with divorce papers in December 2020 and Lisa has since remarried with a childhood friend.

90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days follows long-distance relationships and documents how each couple found each other as well as their first in-person meeting in a foreign country "and the countless surprises, drama and culture clashes along the way."

In most 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days cases, lovebirds are hoping to get engaged and begin the K-1 Visa process.

After traveling across the world, the couples will determine if love can conquer all as they experience challenges such as language barriers, interfering families, cultural differences, age gaps, ex partners, and "shady pasts," according to TLC.

Below is what happened on the fifteenth episode of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days' fifth season:


After getting engaged, Gino and Jasmine were shown moving Jasmine into her new apartment in Panama City. Gino said he wanted Jasmine to feel safe, calm and comfortable during what could be a lengthy K-1 visa process, and Jasmine was apparently having trouble with her former roommate and wanted to live alone.

Gino, however, could feel the financial squeeze since the apartment was going to cost $700 a month and he would also be responsible for cable, Internet and more, but Jasmine complained to the cameras about how this wasn't a lot of money for a nice apartment in the city.

Jasmine also knew Gino could afford it, even though Gino was a little nervous about dipping into his savings since he had been out of work for a while.

Gino said, with his stocks, his value is probably $650,000, but he noted how he wanted to keep that money for the couple's retirement and not spend any of it.


Jasmine also made Gino nervous when she said she wanted to redecorate his entire house in America once she moved into it because she wants to feel like her own. She explained how she should feel "like a queen" in her own home.

Gino didn't want to upset Jasmine with another argument, but the way she talked about finances made him cringe a little bit.

Gino then snuck away and treated himself to a pastry at a local cafe.

Gino FaceTimed with his Uncle Marco and revealed how Jasmine had accepted his marriage proposal, and Marco called it "a fairy tale story."

Gino knew the K-1 visa would take six to nine months to be approved, and Marco asked Gino if he had mentioned the prenuptial agreement. Gino said he hadn't put much thought into that, and Marco advised him to be smart since his marriage was "so early and so new."

"You've got to protect yourself," Marco said.

Gino never asked his ex to sign a prenuptial agreement and once they divorced, it apparently had a huge impact on his savings. But at the same time, he didn't have value in stocks at that time.

"If Jasmine and I divorce in a month, then all the money I saved is gone in an instant," Gino explained.

Gino, however, knew a conversation about a prenup was a big deal, and he worried Jasmine would complain about a lack of trust in their relationship.

"If she really loves you, she ain't going to have a problem with it," Marco said.

Gino recognized it was important to talk to Jasmine about their finances before he left.

Jasmine and Gino then enjoyed a dinner in "Old Town," and Jasmine said all of the issues they had in their relationship were because of Gino's exes.

"I discovered something that really pissed me off. How long have you been divorced, babe?" Jasmine asked.

"About eight years," Gino replied.

But Gino's ex-wife still had Gino's last name, which Jasmine didn't appreciate. Jasmine was upset this woman hadn't changed her name back to her maiden name, but Gino said he didn't think about stuff like that.

"That last name is now mine. Letting her keep it, f-ck that... B-tch, I want her to take it off, period! So you have to talk to her, and if she says 'no,' it's going to be an issue," Jasmine said.

Gino didn't think this was a big deal because his ex's last name wouldn't affect Jasmine on a day to day basis. Jasmine said while she may be a little crazy, that's just how she sees things.

Gino realized talking about a prenup in that moment would not be a good idea.



After breaking up with Mike in a pool bar, Ximena told a producer how she didn't feel good with Mike and imagined being unhappy living with him for the rest of her life.

Ximena wanted her children to have a bright future and be cared for, but at the same time, Ximena said her happiness matters just as much.

Once a producer caught up with Mike in the street, Mike vented about how he had no idea what he had done wrong. Mike said he had tried to give Ximena space and distance himself and their entire one-year relationship "was probably all over freakin' money."


"I thought it was real," Mike lamented in a confessional.

After some time passed, Mike reunited with Ximena and apologized for running away from her. Mike said he was in love with Ximena and attempted to confirm their relationship was done, and she replied, "I love you, but I'm not in love with you."

"I don't want to hurt you. Our relationship is over and that's it," Ximena noted. "I don't want you staying at the house. I'll pay for the hotel?"

Mike insisted he was going to sleep in another bed at her home, but Ximena didn't like the idea of him going home with her that evening.

Mike felt "hurt and frustrated" and he complained about wasting a year of his life. Mike said he loved Ximena and wanted to marry her and so it was so hurtful that Ximena didn't feel the same way.

Mike decided to go to bed upon returning to Ximena's home, saying he was too tired to talk about anything. And then Ximena revealed to her sister how she didn't want to stay in a relationship with him because "everything changed" after their engagement.

Ximena said Mike just wasn't what she had expected and she's better off alone. Ximena shared how she could get a job and support herself because her family always had food and a roof over their heads before Mike came into their lives.

The next day, Mike packed his clothes and the vibe between Ximena and himself was awkward. A small part of Mike didn't think the relationship was over, and he just hoped his fiancee would calm down and come to her senses.

Ximena returned her engagement ring as well as the couple's two wedding rings, and Mike asked her to guard the rings and keep them safe until they could work out their differences.

Ximena repeated how their relationship was over and so she didn't want to take the rings from him, and Mike asked, "You do realize that you're losing the best thing you could have ever had?"

"The best thing I could have had are my children," Ximena said in reply. "I don't care about the rest."

Mike said he had kept Ximena secure in her house so she wouldn't be out on the streets for the last year of their relationship. But Ximena said she could work as a model and just because Mike paid her rent doesn't mean she'd be out on the streets.

Ximena told the cameras that she never forced Mike to send her money and he had offered to help her financially from the beginning. Ximena insisted she's capable of taking care of herself and her kids.

Mike asked Ximena if she was going to return to her "adult" Internet modeling job, and she asked, "What's wrong with that? You met me while I was working."

Ximena explained how it was difficult to find work in Colombia and jobs pay very little there. She therefore worked as a webcam model before meeting Mike and that's how they met through a website.

Ximena said Mike was on that website every single day and he was embarrassed to tell people that's how they met. Mike apparently wanted Ximena to stop appearing on the website and that's why he offered to start paying for things for her.

Mike said he could've helped Ximena learn English to get a better job in New York, but Ximena said she never wanted to live in New York and would like to stay in Colombia.


"Do you just want me out of your life forever? You don't even care?" Mike asked.

"Things aren't working. If you want we can be friends or enemies," Ximena said.

"Whatever you want. But I simply don't want to be with you anymore. That's all. I don't know how to explain. I've told you this in a thousand ways and you don't understand. The relationship is over, no more."

Mike countered, "This only reinforces the fact you were using me for money, because right now, you are cold and calculated."

Ximena didn't seem to care, and she just told Mike to stop sending her money. She also told him that he'd be sleeping in a hotel that night before traveling home the next day.

Mike replied, "No. I have proof that I pay the rent in this house, so I'm not leaving."

Ximena said she didn't give a damn and Mike would be leaving that day. She said she was tired of him criticizing her and throwing things in her face.

"You're leaving today," Ximena noted, as Mike ran upstairs.

Mike appeared devastated and distraught, and he said Ximena had made him feel like "sh-t" because nothing seemed to matter to her except the money he had been sending her.

"She's a mean, evil, cold, b-tch," Mike determined. "Son of a b-tch."

Mike felt disrespected and said he had been treated like "a third-class citizen" on this trip, but he tried to keep him composure and asked Ximena if he could stay the night just so he could say goodbye to her children.

Ximena rejected Mike's request, and he accused her of acting very immature.

Ximena said she didn't want Mike to say goodbye to her kids and she wanted him to leave right away. Ximena stood her ground, but Mike refused to accept that.

Ximena called the situation stupid, which prompted Mike to call her "stupid." Mike apparently misunderstood what Ximena had said, thinking she had called him "stupid" first.

Mike started to cry as Ximena sought comfort and support from her family members, and Mike just hoped he could stay at a hotel and return to the house the next day just to say goodbye.


Ben was back in San Bartolo after Mahogany left him without a car a few hours away in Huacachina, and Ben said he felt totally disconnected from Mahogany. Not only did the pair have zero romance during his trip, but he was two days away from flying back to the United States.

"I am feeling mentally and emotionally exhausted, but despite everything that's happened, I still want to see her," Ben told the cameras. "So I'm not giving up yet."

Ben therefore asked Mahogany to meet him where they had first met in-person. Ben felt he owed Mahogany an apology for skipping breakfast with her and her parents, which had really backfired on him.


Mahogany showed up at the meeting and the pair hugged, but she felt disrespected and thought Ben's behavior was "very immature" in the last few days.

Mahogany decided to give Ben a chance to talk and make things up to her.

Ben said he should have texted Mahogany to say he wasn't coming from breakfast and standing her up was "childish" and "really wrong," and she agreed that day was "very annoying."

Ben surprised Mahogany with a stuffed white bear, and she explained how she didn't feel important to him, like she mattered to him much. Mahogany said she left San Bartolo because Ben only seemed preoccupied with talking to her parents.

Ben apologized and said "no excuses," and then Mahogany offered him forgiveness under one circumstance -- that he wouldn't act that way again. Mahogany therefore decided to give Ben one more chance, and the couple decided to take a walk together.

Mahogany said she and Ben had religion and values in common and she couldn't help but think back to their deep and powerful conversations over chat, which was what was keeping her going in the relationship. Mahogany wanted to see if Ben could be that man again.

Ben told Mahogany that he still loved her and God had put them together, but Mahogany said she felt confused. Ben thought she said "impossible," and then suddenly, he bent down and kissed her.

"I love you," Ben said.

"You are crazy, really crazy!" Mahogany replied.

"I love you so much baby," Ben repeated.

"It's okay," Mahogany noted, before giving Ben a real second chance.

Mahogany revealed that Ben was a good kisser, and he asked her to just start over. Ben thought the kiss was "mind-blowing," and he said that was a huge step forward in their romance.

But Ben was running out of time to try to solidify that connection and make it real.

The next day, Ben and Mahogany explored the city together, and Ben believed they had turned the corner thanks to sparking a physical connection. Ben, however, found it sad because they had really connected and now he needed to leave.

Ben assured Mahogany that he would see her again, and he said it felt good just to spend more time with her. But Ben couldn't help but think in the back of his mind about how Mahogany hadn't been transparent with him.

There were inconsistencies about Mahogany's age and where she lived, and Ben said it was "really, really scary" to go home without even talking about that. Ben knew they had to be open and upfront about everything in order to move forward as a serious couple.

Ben therefore asked Mahogany if she had been hiding things from him or lying to him, but she said she didn't remember lying about her age and then the conversation took a turn for the worse.


Mahogany said she must leave, adding, "The one who is deceiving, using me and playing games here is you. And now you say that it is me. On the last day."

Ben insisted he was not playing with Mahogany and he just wanted to be honest and have everything out on the table.

As Ben kept speaking, Mahogany said she needed to go -- and she kept the conversation short.


Memphis was shown eating lamb liver on the morning of her wedding, and she didn't like it, but apparently it's a Tunisian tradition so the bride wouldn't feel dizzy later that day.

Memphis was feeling nervous after a rocky few weeks with Hamza, but after talking about the postnuptial agreement, Memphis said their marriage was solidified,

Even though the bride and groom typically get ready for their wedding in different houses in Tunisia, Hamza wanted to make sure his bride was well taken care of and that his mother Hayet could support Memphis.

Hamza felt his family was happy about the wedding, including his father, who agreed to attend the big day.

As Memphis received temporary henna tattoos and dressed in gold attire, Hamza wanted to show his father that he was all grown up and doing well in life. Memphis loved being surrounded by love and Hamza's family, who were all making celebratory noises that warmed her heart.

Memphis concluded that she trusted Hamza, but she's not sure she could ever trust a person enough.

"In my heart, I do feel like I'm making the right decision. Hamza gives me a sense of family that I don't think I've ever really felt, and I deserve it," Memphis said. "But ultimately, I don't know what to expect in the future. I just hope and pray I'm not making the wrong decision."

Walking into the wedding venue, Memphis felt nothing but excitement. She said she felt like a foster kid again getting picked up by her new family. Memphis felt God was giving her what she had been missing in her childhood, and she cried tears of joy.

Memphis and Hamza signed notary as husband and wife and then celebrated their union with an hour of dancing and partying. Everyone then recited the Qur'an, and Memphis looked uncomfortable because she had no idea what anyone was saying.

Hamza then kissed Memphis on the forehead and said, "You are married to me now."

"We are married!" Memphis shouted after the ceremony, which was extremely quick.

Hamza called Memphis the light of his life and looked forward to their future together, despite all of their problems. Hamza said he'd be responsible for taking care of his wife going forward, and his mother was thrilled to see her son so happy.

"I want his joy to be complete. I want the best for him... and I want him to be happy with his wife," Hayet told the cameras.

Memphis said it was going to be heartbreaking to leave Hamza behind and go back to America, so she prayed the spousal-visa process wouldn't take long and she could move him to the United States as fast as possible.

Memphis and Hamza were excited to enjoy their honeymoon, drink and have sex without his mother around.


A few days after the wedding, Memphis said it felt "beyond amazing" to wake up next to Hamza as her husband in the morning and travel the coast of Tunisia with him for their honeymoon.

But she had something to tell her husband, and Memphis worried about how he was going to react.

Suddenly, Memphis revealed to Hamza that she was pregnant. Memphis had been waking up feeling nauseous and not quite like herself, and so she snuck out to the pharmacy to take a pregnancy test.

Memphis said she wasn't trying to get pregnant on this trip, but at the same time, she and Hamza weren't taking a lot of precautions and so they knew this was something that could happen.

"The idea of having more kids is really stressful," Memphis admitted. "I have children already and I'm pretty settled, but because I love Hamza so much and I know that he wants to be a father, that makes me want to give him one."

Hamza seemed very excited, but he was upset he wouldn't be able to help Memphis through her pregnancy in the U.S.

Memphis had to return home in just two days, but she said she'd apply for the spousal visa right away and hoped Hamza would be in America for the birth of their baby.

The couple then revealed their pregnancy news to Hamza's mother and sister, and they said, "Congratulations. You're bringing a little Hamza!"

Hayet wished the pair had not slept together before their wedding, but she was still ecstatic upon hearing about the pregnancy. Hayet said she would not focus on what happened in the past, especially since it would result in a baby coming into this world.


Kim was about to leave Tanzania and said she was very sad about having to say goodbye to her man, but Usman and Kim felt pretty secure in their romance and both thought they'd have a future together.

Kim cried on her way back to the airport, and Usman comforted her in the car. She hated the idea of leaving the man she loved, especially since she didn't know when she'd see him again.

Kim said she had never felt a love like this before and she deserved it.

The pair then hugged goodbye and Usman begged her to stop crying.

"I'm afraid that if I leave here, it's not going to be the same feeling over videochat. And he does make me happy when we're not fighting," Kim shared.

When a producer asked the couple if there would be a goodbye kiss, Kim said, "Yes." But Usman said, "No," because kissing in an airport is like making a public announcement.

Kim was hurt Usman wouldn't kiss her in public and she wondered if he was ashamed of her. However, Kim still left Tanzania smiling, and she told Usman that she loved him before walking away from him.

Kim admitted that Usman sometimes made her feel insecure and she was leaving "on a doubtful note."

"How are we going to make this work? I'm trusting him by giving him another chance not to break my heart once we get back to the States, but I think Usman is worth the risk," Kim said.


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About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.