90 Day Fiance TV reality stars Jovi Dufren and Yara Zayan have plighted back home to New Orleans after skipping the catastrophic hurricane. The couple feels relieved to get back to their shade. Yet the remnants of the devastation remain in the atmosphere and among the people of the area.
Consequently, the couple fled Louisiana and stayed in Dallas along with their baby Mylah for several days. This decision was taken as a precautionary measure for the entire family.
90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? introduced us to different couples and their journey. The survival strategies for the upcoming threshold of the hurricane by the duo show their sensible decision power.
Let us know the aftermath of the hurricane and the appeals made by Jovi and Yara.
90 Day Fiance: Jovi And Yara’s Initiatives to Cope With The Aftermath
The 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? stars recently posted that they were heading back home after an extended stay in Dallas. As Monsters&Critics reported, the two also took up some initiatives that could help know and deal with the aftermath of the hurricane. They informed that they were getting back to see the situation at their home.
Meanwhile, Jovi also provided information regarding some organizations that are helping people. In addition, the couple has appealed to share the footage of the aftermath. Th is would help those who are not at the place presently. It will contribute to share awareness.
“Now that I see phone service is coming back in some areas, please continue to send footage to raise awareness for Louisiana,” wrote Jovi in an Instagram post.
Yara, the Ukraine native, shares a picture showing the damage caused. She says she feels very sad and she will try to put the video on youtube for the viewers.
Jovi’s Mother Gwen Initiative With The Page ‘GoFundMe’ Receives Criticism
Gwen Eymard, the much-adored mother of 90 Day Fiance, is experiencing a lot of criticism by many people after she started her fundraising page ‘GoFundMe’. Recently, an Instagram page 90dayfiances shared a video where she spoke about this. She also informed that people would have accepted her initiative if she had willingly lived in the hurricane-prone area.
To reciprocate, Gwen said that she does not want money from those unwilling to help. It is entirely an act of self-conscience. In addition, Gwen also revealed that many of her relatives are not able to get back home. In addition, some have, in fact, lost their homes. No matter what, she is determined to pursue what she has aimed for. It would be interesting to know that the successful campaign has raised $14,000 so far.
Will Gwen overcome the atrocities that she is going through in her way? How will ‘dear Louisiana’ recover? There is more to know!