There have been many, many odd couples featured on 90 Day Fiance.
In fact, over the course of the show’s entire run, there have only been one or two that actually made any sense together.
But one of the most mismatched pairs in the K-1 Visa Hall of Fame has gotta be Danielle Mullins and Mohammed Jbali.
We’re not here for any sort of body-shaming or speculation about what went on behind closed doors.
But Danielle and Mohammed were on par with Nicole and Azan in terms of one-sided attraction and appearing to very rarely take any pleasure in one another’s company.
Unlike the 90 Day poster couple, however, Danielle and Mohammed did get married — it just didn’t last.
Despite the brevity of that union, however, Danielle has kept Mohammed’s last name — and she’s still forced to answer questions about him on an almost-daily basis.
“I am entitled to keep the name,” she once told a fan who asked why she hangs on to her married moniker.
“The name does not define me. Plenty of women use their married name after divorce. I don’t need to change my name to have closure.”
That was back in 2017, and that should have been the end of it — right?
Well, unfortunately, we’re talking about the internet in the 21st century, a time and place where no matter is ever settled and everything is up for debate until the end of days.
As a result, Danielle is still getting grilled about her surname — and it seems she’s growing increasingly frustrated with that line of questioning.
“I use my legal name on all my social media due to trying to verify my accounts,” she recently tweeted in response to additional queries. “When you are trying to verify, you have to show government ID.”
Hmmm … that reasoning doesn’t completely fly as display names and account names are different matters on most social media sites.
But the fact remains that Danielle is allowed to continue using her ex’s name if she so chooses.
And thankfully, she has plenty of supporters out there.
“For f–k’s sake, why in the hell [do] people still mention Mohamed?" one fan recently remarked, according to In Touch.
"Especially in a post about her kids."
“Right?” Danielle succinctly replied.
She later expanded on the matter when another follower encouraged her to "move on."
“I have,” Mullins wrote.
“It is you people that keep mentioning him that can’t move on. I have been moved on since late 2016.”
It may not seem like a very aggressive clap back, but for the usually softspoken Danielle, it’s a mouthful.
And in any event, the proof is in the pudding when it comes to her ability to move on.
We recently learned that Mullins is dating someone new, almost three years after her split from Mohammed.
Clearly, neither of them mind that she’s still rocking the Jbali name, and that’s all that matters.