'90 Day Fiance' Spoilers: Are Jibri and Miona still together? Did the '90 Day Fiance' couple break up or marry? (SPOILERS)
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 06/26/2022
90 Day Fiance star Jibri Bell has been shown having doubts about marrying Miona on the show's ninth season, so did the couple split or get married? And if Miona and Jibri wed, do 90 Day Fiance spoilers reveal that they are still together now?
[90 Day Fiance Spoilers: This report contains spoilers about Jibri and Miona's relationship and if the 90 Day Fiance couple has broken up or are still together.]
Jibri, a 28-year-old band frontman from Rapid City, SD, was living in Los Angeles, CA, when he met Miona, a 23-year-old makeup artist from Nis, Serbia, while touring with his band called Black Serbs, who create "space punk music," in Serbia.
Jibri said they got engaged in Thailand and then she planned to move to South Dakota on a K-1 visa. While Jibri thought Rapid City was "a hidden gem" and they could save money by living with his parents for awhile, Miona preferred moving to Los Angeles, CA.
Jibri knew the living dynamic was going to be "interesting" with multiple strong personalities in his parents' household, and he anticipated a lot of conflict even though he was going to remain optimistic about the situation.
"I definitely can't provide for the Kardashian lifestyle Miona is used to," Jibri lamented. "Historically, I haven't been smart with my money, and so that's something I'm really trying to work on for the next year."
Jibri told the cameras that Los Angeles could maybe happen one day, but not any time soon.
Jibri said he envisioned living in South Dakota for six to 12 months and possibly getting married there, which Miona said on FaceTime sounded "even worse." She wanted to her wedding day to be really special and on a beach.
Miona then finally arrived in America, and Jibri said it felt amazing to be reunited with the love of his life. He even pulled out a red carpet for her to walk on through the airport.
"America is usually always represented as a perfect life and chasing the American dream, so I definitely expect a better standard and way of living. And Jibri promised that we would move to [Los Angeles]. If that doesn't happen, then I would want to leave," Miona said in a confessional.
When Jibri proceeded to give Miona a tour through Rapid City, she noted, "There is nothing."
Miona, who hoped to start a business in America and also continue working as a makeup artist, immediately noticed that the ground rules Jibri's parents had set for them were a little strict.
Miona also didn't like the idea of Jibri working with his best friend David again, who hadn't exactly been supportive of the couple's relationship.
"I think David doesn't like me because I took Jibri from him or something weird like that," Miona explained in a confessional, adding how David had allegedly never stopped judging her.
Jibri told Miona that both she and David shouldn't act like children, but Miona called him "jealous."
Jibri said Miona didn't understand the close relationship he had with David and how they were connected in many different ways, including through culture and spirituality.
"I'm your family," Miona snapped, adding how she always needed to come first and David didn't need to be in the picture.
Jibri felt Miona was giving him an ultimatum, but he said he needed to work on the album whether Miona was going to like it or not -- and that she'd just have to deal with it.
Jibri accused Miona of being "rude and inconsiderate" of both David and himself, but Miona didn't see it that way.
With 72 days left to wed, Miona admitted she wasn't comfortable living in Jibri's parents' house.
Miona said she missed her family's polite and genuine nature, and she got the feeling everybody was "fake" in the United States.
While sorting Miona's laundry, Mahala discovered a sexy animal-print crop top, and Jibri's mom called it "little." Mahala said people didn't dress so provocatively in Rapid City, and Miona countered, "That's one more reason for us to not be here."
Miona wanted to express herself however she saw fit and be comfortable in her own skin.
Mahala said if Miona chose not to change how she dressed in her home, then that's a sign of "a deeper issue of disrespect." Mahala said Miona's needs shouldn't trump everybody else's needs.
"It makes me feel like a kid again, so honestly, she's pushing me to want to move out of here even more. I'm definitely going to tell that to Jibri after today," Miona noted.
Jibri, who was feeling a lot of pressure, asked Mahala to tone down her demands. Jibri said Miona was expecting "a lot of sh-t" and not willing to compromise. He wondered if Miona was trying to start something just so they could leave South Dakota sooner.
Mahala wasn't sure she could support Jibri marrying Miona within 90 days because she didn't know Miona well enough yet.
"If you think I'm making a mistake, which is how I'm taking this [conversation], then let me make it," Jibri said.
Jibri then told Miona about an alleged once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with a major producer in Chicago and make music with his band.
"If we go to Chicago, we need to [have a beach wedding]," Miona demanded.
Jibri wished they could wait until they were in a better place financially to have a beach wedding, and he thought it was an extremely frustrating situation. Their relationship was beginning to feel like a competition to Jibri on which person was sacrificing more.
"I don't like that," Jibri lamented in a confessional. "I need to get out of here for a while."
David told the cameras that Miona was holding Jibri back and he could see that the fire in Jibri was gone, adding, "He doesn't want to hear the truth right now."
Jibri and David proceeded to work on their music, and David gave Jibri a hard time about texting Miona before shutting his phone off.
Jibri admitted he was tired of listening to complaints and was reaching a breaking point.
"Stop," Jibri told David, before hitting him on the back of the head and wrestling him to the ground.
Jibri and his best friend David were shown fighting and wrestling in the music studio. Jibri complained that he was tired of his best friend "talking sh-t" about Miona and blaming her for things all the time.
David thought Miona distracted Jibri and prevented him from focusing on their band, and Jibri was just tired of David nagging him.
David said Miona was the source of Jibri's erratic behavior and he found it very concerning and problematic, especially since Jibri had just made a scene in front of a big music producer or engineer in Chicago.
Jibri was afraid they looked like amateurs, but they eventually got their act together and began recording. Jibri said it definitely felt good to be back in the studio and his band was like a dysfunctional family that he'd always love no matter what.
At the end of the session, Jibri apologized for having lost his cool. Jibri wanted to put his full effort into the band, but he needed to do the same thing for Miona.
"I feel like I did give up the band for her. I don't know how to do both... I just don't want to get distracted and lost and give up on my dream. I got in a little over my head... It's just a lot, man," Jibri lamented.
After Miona was shown trying on wedding dresses, Jibri asked David if he was doing the right thing in getting married so quickly.
"No," David replied. "I think I would need a little time to get to know my partner... People change."
Jibri confessed to being an impulsive person, and so he began to fear that he was making a mistake by putting Miona ahead of his career. Jibri admitted to feeling "a lot of doubt" about Miona suddenly.
Jibri then learned his parents probably wouldn't be able to attend his wedding because the planning had been so last-minute.
"I just feel like I'm in a waiting room right now and the doors are closing in," Jibri explained.
"You are not the type of person who wants to be controlled," Mahala admitted to her son.
Jibri confessed that if he had more time, he'd postpone the wedding -- but he didn't feel he had that luxury.
Mahala wished Jibri would listen to himself and his heart and stop being so worried "about the blow-back from Miona." Mahala feared her son's marriage wasn't going to be healthy.
With 39 days left to wed, Jibri opened up to Miona about how he was feeling. Jibri said he felt immense pressure and stress as well as "conflicting emotions," and Miona seemed ready and willing to listen.
Miona believed Jibri's parents were trying to influence him and he needed to step away from them and "act like a man" if he wanted their relationship to succeed.
"With her attitude towards me, I don't have a need to get closer to her," Miona said of Jibri's mother. "I don't have any mean intentions. I don't know what else I'm supposed to do."
Miona said she was absolutely fine with Jibri's parents not attending their wedding, but Jibri admitted he wasn't okay with that at all.
Miona told Jibri to focus on them if he wanted them to work out, and he said if their relationship was going to continue being the same, then he didn't want it to work out.
"If you're going to be stubborn and in your way, like, 'I want a wedding and I don't want to talk to your mom' and you don't care to have that relationship, that is a big f-cking red flag for me," Jibri vented.
Jibri said he'd prefer to get married at a later date when they'd have more funds and be more financially stable. Miona admitted she would leave Jibri's ass if he wanted to do that to her and postpone their wedding.
Miona said she would never go back to Serbia and continue dating Jibri long-distance. She thought Jibri was being very selfish and going back on their plans.
"He needs to grow up," Miona told the cameras, adding how Jibri's parents got inside his head like a teenager.
So did Miona and Jibri split up or tie the knot, and is the 90 Day Fiance couple still together now?
Miona, who revealed on Facebook in December 2021 that she "moved to the USA almost 3 months ago," according to In Touch Weekly, is definitely still dating Jibri.
Not only do the couple share the same last name on Instagram, indicating they've tied the knot and gotten married, but their respective social media accounts are full of pictures of each other.
In late June 2022, Jibri celebrated Miona's 24th birthday by posting a sweet video of the couple and writing on Instagram, "Everybody go wish her a happy birthday. #love."
Meanwhile, Miona received a birthday-cake surprise from Jibri and wrote on Instagram, "Love you baby."
She also recently dyed Jibri's hair crazy colors and she shared the results on her own Instagram account.
Jibri also uploaded a photo of Miona and himself kissing on June 12.
A few days earlier, Miona posted a video of Jibri sleeping on her chest.
"Does your man sleep on you like a baby?" she joked.
On June 5, Jibri uploaded selfies with Miona and told his followers how they were thinking of doing a tour through the United States. He asked for recommendations on which cities to visit first.
Jibri called Miona his "everything" in May, and the pair love showing off their matching fashions and shoes.
On May 22, Miona posted a photo of her straddling Jibri's waist on the beach and she captioned it, "I hope Jibri's mom approves." Jibri shared the post on his own Instagram account as well.
They recently took a trip to Oregon and Washington, and he gushed on his Instagram account how "love conquers all" and he's "so grateful" for Miona.
A few days earlier, Jibri posted a funny video of Miona and himself shopping at what appeared to be Target or Walmart, and he captioned it, "Relationships require compromise. [Miona] has had enough of me."
It appears the couple is still living in South Dakota. Many of the couple's videos feature a prairie landscape in the background, and Jibri also tagged his location as South Dakota in early May.
In April, Jibri posted a video of himself flipping a coin to determine whether he and Miona should purchase a $700 above-ground pool. Miona won, and so Jibri later posted a video of her floating on it.
Jibri has shared photos with Miona going back months and months.
According to Miona and Jibri's Instagram accounts, they got engaged in December 2019.
"She said YES!!!" Jibri captioned a photo of the couple posing at sunset in Thailand.
"For those of you who truly know me know that I'm usually not nervous or scared to do anything... but this had my palms sweating... I'm talking almost dropped the ring and put it on the wrong finger!"
He added, "Thank you for inspiring me and speaking to my heart. Today marks a new chapter for both of us."
Six months after the couple got engaged, Jibri referred to Miona as his "wife" when speaking with a Serbian news publication, Telegraf, in June 2020.
"It's always been my second home, a home away from home for me," Jibri said at the time of Serbia.
He added, "My wife's Serbian, and my life's Serbian, and everything Serbian to me is right. Serbia is my second home and I want everyone to see and see how open and friendly it is here."