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90 Day Fiancé: Contestants With The Most Questionable Sources Of Wealth

There is no shortage of interesting cast members on 90 Day Fiancé and some of them have questionable ways of making their money. While a lot of the cast members are just normal people showing off their unconventional relationship, others seize their fame from the show and take it in wild directions. Three cast members stand out for having the most unusual sources of income.

90 Day Fiancé features couples comprised of someone in the U.S. and their international partner. The show highlights the process of getting a K-1 visa, where the couples are given three months together in the U.S. to get married. Some U.S. cast members instead take the leap and move to their loved one’s native country on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. Wherever the couples end up, drama ensues, and the long-running show has given stars like Angela Deem and Rose Vega their large platform.

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Three 90 Day cast members have jobs that have fans doing a double take, and they are Big Ed Brown, Jesse Meester, and Stephanie Matto. Big Ed has become one of the biggest names to come out of the franchise, as he has several iconic moments from his time on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. From putting mayo in his hair to saying “you’re my best view,” Ed has capitalized on his divisiveness. Jesse Meester is regarded as a 90 Day villain for his toxic relationship with Darcey Silva. Stephanie also appeared on Before the 90 Days after falling in love with a woman from Australia, and she continues to shock fans with her money-making ways.

Before Ed even appeared on Before the 90 Days, he had stickers of his face made and ready for sale, expecting to catch fans’ attention. Over the years, Ed has continued to grab attention, doing anything for a quick buck. He goes above and beyond in his Cameos, often dressing up as characters like Elvis Presley or a Stormtrooper. He also shocked fans by starting to sell NFTs of his face with different backgrounds.

Despite being unpopular with many 90 Day Fiancé fans, Jesse has found an interesting new source of income. He calls it his personalized currency, and it is officially named $Jesse. Many fans are confused by this latest social token venture, which is supposed to connect him to his fans better, but comes across as more of a joke.

After breaking off her relationship with Australian Erika Owens, Stephanie started focusing on herself and has been shocking fans at every turn. She used her platform to create a non-traditional source of income by selling her farts in a jar. Many 90 Day Fiancé fans thought it was fake, but she has made over $50,000 from it. Stephanie has taken it one step further by creating NFTs of the fart jars as well.

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