Armando Rubio and Kenneth Niedermeier rapidly grew to become a fan-favorite couple on this season of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. Their real emotions for each other confirmed by way of from the primary episode. Though they have been rapidly favored, they haven’t utterly escaped being criticized by followers. On the Nov. eight episode, Rubio and Niedermeier have been denied their marriage license. Some followers thought that the pair ought to have accomplished extra analysis and recognized that they might be denied. Now, Niedermeier is clapping again in any respect the followers who’ve one thing detrimental to say.
Kenneth and Armando needed to get married
Niedermeier and Rubio have at all times had marriage as a aim. When Neidermeier packed up his life and moved away from his youngsters to be with Rubio in Mexico, he deliberate to suggest. The 90 Day Fiancé cameras have been there as Niedermeier proposed to Rubio and the 2 began their journey towards marriage.
“Kenny and I have been talking about marriage for some years now,” Rubio stated within the episode. “It’s something we want, something we dream of. Today we are ready to make that a reality. We are going to the marriage office to apply for our marriage license.”
Unfortunately, they have been denied a wedding license.
“In this case, we have a law that states, ‘No you, can’t,’” the courtroom clerk stated. “And we have a constitution that says, ‘Yes, you can.’ Sadly, we don’t have legislation that supports us to reform our code. The one that says we still can’t allow same-sex marriage to go through.”
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Rubio and Niedermeier had accomplished analysis earlier than making use of for the license, which led them to consider that they might be authorised.
“I did look up online and it did say gay marriage was legal in the state,” Rubio stated. “I’m really not understanding all that she’s saying, because things seem to contradict each other. In reality, I’m confused myself.”
Kenneth claps again
After the episode aired, followers started criticizing the couple for not doing extra analysis and setting themselves up for disappointment. Niedermeier took to his Instagram tales on Nov. 11 to clear some issues up.
“I have seen so many negative comments out here on Armando and my journey to get our marriage license approval from people who obviously are not watching the scenes clearly as they are saying why didn’t we do our research (I’m wording it much nicer here) and we are obviously acting as it was all scripted,” he wrote.
“We are not actors and nothing was scripted,” he continued. “It’s clear in the scenes if you watch clearly and without judgement…we did research and knew The Supreme Court of Mexico ruled same-sex marriage legal throughout Mexico, we even checked to make sure our state in which we live it was indeed legal, it is (34 same [sex] marriages have been performed at the time.)”
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He went on to say that he and Rubio even known as the wedding workplace within the metropolis they have been making use of and allow them to know they have been coming. They requested the workplace what they wanted and made certain to deliver the entire documentation they have been advised. He alleged that they have been by no means given any indication that they might be denied.
“The promo scene you see coming up is us picking up our official letter of denial and the wording in it was horrible, you only get part of it so far in the clip coming up,” he wrote. “So my response is combined with ache and being pissed. Nothing scripted, nothing acted and our analysis was accomplished.
“I wish people would watch the scenes fully so they get a clear picture or others wouldn’t jump onto these comments as fact when they see them and judge for themselves when they watch the scenes in full.”
He closed his message by thanking the individuals who have supported him and Rubio.