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Jenny’s Krishna Temple Visit Mocked Over Dubious Motives

Jenny Slatten called out for wanting a missionary visa by becoming a Hare Krishna devotee after one temple visit as Sumit continues to troll her.

Jenny Slatten is being criticized after 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way showed her visiting an ISKCON temple in India while having ulterior intentions. With each episode of the 90 Day Fiancé spin-off’s season 3, TLC viewers discover a new obstacle that stops Jenny from getting married to Sumit. The Hare Krishna devotee loophole was explored by Jenny in episode 3 and as she changed Lord Krishna’s name 108 times, she spilled her real intention of coming to the temple to the volunteers and priest. Since then, fans have been calling Jenny out, accusing her of scamming and disrespecting the religion shamelessly on TV.

For Jenny, who’s a retiree from Palm Springs, the option of leaving India and returning every six months is turning out to be expensive. So when non-religious Jenny was informed about a missionary visa, she jumped on the opportunity and rushed to a temple. All went well as Jenny chanted away her stress and complained about Sumit’s parents being the bad guys in her relationship with the Hare Krishna devotees. But Jenny was left heartbroken again when the ISKCON priest informed her that it would possibly take her 10 years to meet the requirements for sponsorship of the visa.

Related: 90 Day Fiancé: Jenny & Sumit Share Inside Details Of Their First Date

Ajay told Jenny, “Missionary means missionary, you know?”  upon seeing her eyes go wide when she heard that she’d have to become a dedicated, full-time devotee. Clearly, Jenny only wanted to get married to Sumit and find a way that would allow her to stay in the country and had no intentions of serving the temple all day. On Twitter, 90 Day Fiancé posted that the Hare Krishna devotees that taught Jenny how to pray have never met anyone trying to join their religion in order to get a missionary visa…until they met Sumit’s partner. In the replies, a TLC viewer @AdrienneAurora wrote, “Seems like they would deny her knowing that she has ulterior motives.” Another fan @mmk81825553 said, “Sumit teaching Jenny how to scam now” with a facepalm emoji.

On the 90 Day Fiancé subreddit, u/Traditional-Fox6018, asked why would Jenny even think that visiting a temple once and doing one chant would guarantee her a missionary visa instantly. Fans agreed that Jenny could easily do the six-month visa route and come back after two months, which sounds pretty normal instead of running pillar to post for a loophole or begging Sumit to marry her repeatedly. While fans were proud of Jenny lashing out at Sumit during the previews, right now, it’s the same old story of her chasing after him, which was made worse with her trying to arm-twist the religion’s rules for her own benefit, or worse, “commit immigration fraud” as u/PandZiedmic noted.

The entire segment was painful to watch for fans who felt as if the priest was also offended by Jenny’s ramblings. When Jenny had shared a photo of herself praying to a Lord Krishna idol on Instagram, her faith was questioned by fans who knew she has zero interest in learning about the faith and could stoop to any level for Sumit. A preview for episode 4 of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way, however, does show Jenny put her foot down and whining that she’s “done playing this game” with Sumit. But fans are familiar with gullible Jenny and appear to be waiting to know what Sumit’s next move would be unless she does decide to pack her bags and head back to the U.S.

Next: 90 Day Fiancé: Jenny & Sumit Called Out For Recreating Violent TOW Scene

90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way airs Sundays at 8pm EST on TLC.

Source: 90 Day Fiancé/Twitter, @AdrienneAurora/Twitter, @mmk81825553/Twitter, u/Traditional-Fox6018/Reddit, u/PandZiedmic/Reddit


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