The former 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? star Nicole Nafziger isn’t a barista anymore. She is working to promote her mother’s business.
Many 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? fans are interested in knowing about Nicole Nafziger’s job and if she can stay afloat financially. Since she isn’t receiving paychecks from TLC now, viewers are curious to learn more about her income source.
The 26-year-old reality TV star appeared in multiple seasons of 90 Day Fiancé spin-offs alongside her fiancé Azan Tefou. During one of the seasons, viewers got to know that she was struggling financially. Nicole was informed that since she doesn’t make enough money, she won’t be able to sponsor Azan’s visa. During one of the 90 Day Fiancé episodes, she went to a job interview through an employment agency. At the time, she told cameras, “Since I got back from Morocco, it’s hard because there are a lot of times where money is tight. Sometimes it can be really challenging just to make ends meet to support me, May (her daughter) and Azan.” Since she didn’t have developed computer skills, she started working as a barista at a Starbucks. But before leaving for Morocco to meet her 29-year-old beau Azan, she quit that job.
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After returning from her five-month-long stay in Morocco, it seems like Nicole has now started working again. She recently posted a picture on her Instagram in casual attire while holding a coffee cup. Nicole captioned the IG post as “Ready for the work day.” Since she was not wearing a Starbucks uniform, a curious 90 Day Fiancé fan asked her, “What kind of work are you doing now?” Nicole replied that she is working with her mother, Robbalee Fouraker. Check out the picture she posted:
The former TLC star is now helping her mother with her small online business. Robbalee (via Soap Dirt) has an Etsy store called SRQ Quilter, where she sells hand-made, customized face masks and quilts. Nicole has been promoting her mother’s store through her Instagram account, which has 680K followers. While Robbalee designs the products, her daughter helps market them. Here’s a picture Nicole shared with her mother:
She wrote, “Show some love and support my moms small business. She works so hard on her business and I can’t say enough how proud of her.” As a barista, she might be earning $20,000 (via Indeed) a year. As she has decided not to join the coffeehouse, it looks like she is making more through her promotional work. Apart from promoting her mother’s online store, she also sponsors other products on her social media. The former 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? star is also available on Cameo at $100 for each personalized video. Well, fans can relax; Nicole appears to be doing just fine. Thanks to her reality TV stint with 90 Day Fiancé.
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