Danielle Mullins and Mohamed Jbali were granted their divorce in March 2017 as a result of their train wreck marriage. However, despite repeatedly saying that she has already moved on from her ex, Danielle is still using the much younger Tunisian’s last name. With the quote “bad publicity is still publicity” in mind, many wondered if the 90 Day Fiance star is just doing this to be talked about.
Despite their divorce, Danielle Mullins is still using Mohamed Jbali’s last name on her Facebook and Instagram accounts. Since the Tunisian has noted multiple times that his ex-wife is a drama queen, the 90 Day Fiance star’s choice of keeping the last name appeared to be a publicity stunt.
Many believed that Danielle Mullins has already used up her 15 minutes of fame and she could very well be just one of those reality stars that will quickly be forgotten. However, the 90 Day Fiance star is trying to not go in that direction by putting herself out there more.
In fact, it was previously reported that Danielle Mullins was selling signed photos of herself on social media. While she is nowhere near the popularity of some reality stars like Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, her signed memorabilia were quickly sold out after her posting.
The 90 Day Fiance star also teased her supporters will be selling more items after the success of her autographed photos. Since Danielle Mullins has not mentioned about what kind of products she will be selling soon, a fan suggested that she should sell T-shirts with her popular “catchphrases from the show.”
After the success of her signed photos, Danielle Mullins revealed on her Facebook page that a new set of photos will be available for sale soon.
However, critics quickly slammed Danielle Mullins for seemingly using her appearance on the 90 Day Fiance series to earn more money outside the TLC show. It appears that the reality star may be aware that she has gotten a lot of sympathies from women who have been cheated by their husbands and boyfriends, so there is a possibility that she is milking the attention to earn extra profit.
[Featured Image by Danielle Mullins/Facebook]