Mohamed’s Facebook page is really the main cesspool. To save you the humiliation of going there yourself, I’ve selected some of his best updates and replies:
Teresa wrote, “How can you be happy with her?” and Mohamed replied (!), “Because she doesn’t think that she is better than the others like you do.”
Later in this thread, Danielle chimed in and TAGGED Mohamed, which I find interesting. “@Mohamed Jbali, i would never think I was better than anyone and Thank you so much for saying that. We will get through this together . I have had lots of messages and comments to. I am trying hard to ignore the negative ones. I wish you were home today could really use the strength you give me. I love you so much.”
OMG. In other news, someone stole Mohamed’s bike, he got a new iPod cover (not iPad, iPod), and he went back to Tunisia for some sort of family event and everything looked perfectly livable and not worth being miserable in America to avoid. Also, check out Mohamed’s brother.
On July 3rd, Mohamed updated his status as ‘feeling healthy’ and posted, “Lost 22 pounds in less than 3 weeks.”
Wait, what? HOW? That is an impressive rate for a morbidly obese person on Biggest Loser, much less not-fat Mohamed.
There’s a Facebook update on the Mohamed job front. He’s a truck driver! And Danielle’s daughter drove him (?) to Toldeo for the test. Why does a professional truck driver need a ride anywhere, much less to a driving test? This does not bode well for Mo’s trucking’ career. I wonder what his CB handle is?
Mohamed has lots of fans, including women who say things like, “Message me!” Many others openly comment that Mohamed and Danielle’s marriage is a sham, to which Mo announced, “I love my haters and stupid people in my life because they gave me very good lessons, thanks again for making me stronger (wink emoticon.) Also thanks for good people for never let me feel alone (smile emoticon)”
Haterz Gonna Hate, Mo!
The real question is, will they make his recipe for carrot salad, which has soft-boiled eggs on it? The recipe and photo is posted on Mohamed’s page, and a bunch of Americans who have never tried Chinese food and can’t find Tunisia on a map are like, “Looks good! Message me!”
Actually, one lady called Mohamed out for all the sugar in carrots, proving once and again that internet commenters are the worst.
For more 90 Day Drama, check out the show’s Facebook Page, where everyone takes everything really seriously. As well they should. These are the private lives of people who used to be on a basic cable reality show! What could be MORE serious?