We all know that the 90 Day Fiancé gals love getting work done. Or at least, enough of them that it’s started to become a trend. Throughout the seasons and spin-offs, many women on the show claim to be models or influencers as jobs, which often mean they’ve had at least a little (or in some cases, a LOT) of work done.
Now, it’s pretty clear that this season seven cast member has had some cosmetic procedures, just based on a few before and after pictures — but she’s claiming she hasn’t, and fans are calling her out!
Jasmine and Blake have been together for around three years now — the two allegedly first met on a dating app before she came to try for her K-1 visa. From the very beginning, fans were suspect of Jasmine’s intentions, especially after learning her sister, who also was with an American man, lived nearby.
But then fans noticed there was something… off about Jasmine’s face. Once older photos of Blake’s Finish fiancé began surfacing online, viewers were quick to deduce that the wannabe-influencer had gotten some work done.
This brings us to Jasmine’s Instagram, where she recently invited followers to ask her anything they wanted on her story.
One fan asked, “How much plastic surgery have you had?”
Jasmine’s reply included a picture of her posing at the beach (which many people thought was PAO upon first glace — yikes).
She wrote over the photo, “I haven’t had any plastic surgery.”
Viewers immediately went NUTS, because it seems blatantly untrue — check out the images below to see the before and after!
“They should ask her instead how many cosmetic procedures she’s had. Then she’ll either tell the truth or avoid the answer,” one Reddit user wrote.
“I don’t think she’s had surgery, but as others have mentioned it seems from looking at older photos of her that she’s at least had fillers,” another viewer pointed out. “t might not technically be classed as plastic surgery, but it’s still a cosmetic procedure — and in a world where the two are easily conflated I feel like this kind of response could lead people to believe that her current looks are all-natural if they’re not.”
“There’s nothing wrong with having work done, but if she has had work done then this is kinda like skirting around the truth on technicalities.”