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Bilal Hazziez Clashes with Shaeeda’s Friend Eutris: She Doesn’t Trust Him!

of last weekend episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?Bilal Hajiz was in a hurry to rain at Shaida Sheen’s parade.

Remember how he promised to help her set up a yoga studio? It seems like it’s her “promise” to have a baby with him. He’s pulling his heels, and everyone can tell.

But this is not their only concern. It’s time for Bilal to get some grief for change.

They both settle down with Shaida’s friend. And she tells Bilal what very Thinking of the audience.

Viewers will get to see on Sunday 13 November 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Season 7, episode 12.

During the episode, Bilal and Shaida have dinner with Shaida’s bestie, Utris.

But Utris, who has spoken to Sheeda via video chat more than once during this relationship, has concerns.

We certainly don’t need to wait for the actual episode to air to know what’s going on.

as I! news reportsUtris has many questions about some obvious problems in Bilal and Shaida’s marriage.

But his curious approach leads Bilal down the wrong path. He prefers to see himself as a good fellow, all evidence to the contrary.

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Season 7 stars Bilal Hajiz and Shaida Sween appear in this sneak peek for Episode 8. (image credit: TLC)

“She is coming out of the gate so aggressive and rude,” Bilal Confessions complains to the camera.

“That feeling I have right now,” he then admits, “does Utris seem like he doesn’t like me very well.”

Bilal, like many of us, prefers very carefully placed boundaries. Meanwhile, Utris is trying to speak up for her friend. Somebody has to do

Obviously, we don’t get much context for conflict. We won’t until the actual episode airs.

But Utris tells him: “I don’t think we should be so arrogant.”

A clearly offended Bilal clapped back, accusing Utris: “Looks like you are… what words do they say in London? Oh, nosy!”

Utris does not gladly accept Bilal’s allegations.

“Nosy, really? You think I’m naughty?” she asks.

“Oh, I didn’t say that,” replies Bilal. “But you said! That’s interesting.”

Meanwhile, Shaida is sitting there while the tension builds and builds and builds.

“We’re only ten minutes into the conversation,” Utris looks at the camera after the fact.

“And,” she expresses, “Bilal is making me feel uncomfortable.”

“I don’t know what I would have done,” Utris admits again.

She doesn’t know Bilal directly – as Sheeda does. This is not a person who likes to discuss things that he is not ready to discuss. and he can’t manipulation, mansplain, manwife His way of getting out of subjects with Utris like he can with Shida.

“But now, meeting him and the way he has reacted to me,” Utris wonders aloud, “I don’t know if he’s trying to mask something?”

Utris has genuine concerns about his bestie and his marriage.

“I’m really worried that maybe she’s overlooking some of the personality that she might have,” she tells the camera.

Bilal may have some issues “which may be a problem in the future, and he is not aware of it.”

Back inside, Shaida tries to break the tension with a meme. Although the origin refers to the chicken, not the crackers.

“Anyone want crackers? Eat crackers. These crackers are really good!” She jokes.

But Utris and Bilal remain focused on their respective adversaries: each other.

Utris then looks at Bilal, “You think you’re procrastinating.”

“That you have things you don’t want me to ask you,” she noted. “A little uncomfortable ’cause you don’t know where I’m going with the conversation?”

But when it comes to whether Bilal has anything to hide, he insists: “Absolutely not.”