90 Day Fiance alum Nicole Nafziger is back in the headlines. This is after her personal Instagram page implied she had passed away, drawing mixed reactions online.
The ridiculous rumor coincides with her noticeable silence on social media lately, making things even more intriguing. The ex-girlfriend of Azan Tefou has been inactive on her IG page for at least two months now. So what's the real deal?
90 Day Fiance: Nicole Nafziger Back With More Misleading Posts
At it again! Nicole Nafziger is back with her misleading "swipe-up" posts, much to her followers' dismay. The 90 Day Fiance star's Instagram account shared an update after two months of silence.
But the supposed update only caused more concern to some of her fans. Nicole's page shared yet another clickbait post, making it look like it was her who posted it.
This time around, Nicole Nafziger falls victim to her own deceiving ads. The post features a gloomy photo of the 90 Day Fiance celeb with a sensationalized caption.
"#RIP. Heartbroken to confirm SHE IS DEAD," the clickbait post reads, alongside the infamous "#LinkInBio."
Nicole's Latest Clickbait Irks Fans
At first glance, one would think that the post was about Nicole Nafziger and that she's really dead. However, that is not the case at all.
A quick look at the article linked to the swipe-up reveals no connection to Nicole and her supposed death. The write-up was basically about celebrity deaths and made no mention of Nicole at all.
The 90 Day Fiance star's latest social media antics irked many once again. They think Nicole Nafziger has gone too far with her clickbait scheme, so much so that even she is not safe anymore.
90 Day Fiance: Nicole's Bad Rep Over Clickbait Posts
This isn't the first Nicole Nafziger used the death of 90 Day Fiance personalities as the subject of her deceiving ads. In the past, her Instagram page shared a worrying post, implying that Azan Tefou had passed away. But as fans know, Azan is very much alive, living his best life after his split from Nicole.
Previously, Nicole admitted that she knew about the clickbait ads posted on her Instagram. The mother of one explained that she works for a company that posts articles on her page and gets paid per click.
However, Nicole Nafziger clarified that she has no control over what's being put on her account. The 90 Day Fiance alum maintained that the company she teamed up with is responsible for all the fake news posts on her page.