Ron and Betty Gibbs are nearly unchallenged for the title of 90 Day Future Husband Season 8’s greatest bad guys.

Fans question if Brandon can ever get out from under his mom’s thumb and her compulsive, pathological control problems.

But on top of Betty’s hazardous habits towards her son and her future daughter-in-law, they just don’t like how she runs the farm.

Are Brandon’s moms and dads running a puppy mill?

Ron and Betty Gibbs complain that Brandon is slacking off

Betty Gibbs paid Julia Trubkina’s travel expenses so that she might originate from Europe to America … and be put to work as an unpaid farmhand.

Did you know that there is a word for this, plucked straight from history.

It is called indentured servitude, and it is extensively discredited due to the fact that it is extremely exploitative.

Julia Trubkina - morning?

Usually, when you welcome somebody as a visitor in your home, you do not instantly task them with a series of chores to do.

It is, in American culture, rude The cultural script is that they offer to help with easy jobs and are either informed “no, I’ve got it” or are provided a nothing-chore, like setting out utensils.

However as 90 Day Fiance audiences have clearly speculated by now, Betty is less worried with politeness than she is with keeping control of every element of her home.

Julia Trubkina - I already help enough on farm!

Initially, Julia was just tasked with feeding the animals– something that she did not volunteer to do, does not want to do, and when it comes to the pigs, something that personally terrifies her.

Another concern was that this free farm labor anticipated of her must, according to Julia’s brand-new nightmare-in-laws, be done at 7 in the early morning … hours prior to Julia (or any sensible individual) gets up without being paid to do so.

Then, on Episode 7, Betty and Ron pressured her to do even more farm labor than she was currently doing.

Julia Trubkina - I come here marry your son!

Julia is not in the United States on a work visa. In fact, she can not lawfully work here, yet.

She got here on the K-1 visa since she and Brandon fell in love and wish to wed each other.

Betty is risking messing up that, and whether it is on function or simply because she is personally intolerable is anybody’s guess.

Julia Trubkina - not live here and take care of your stuff

That was not all, of course.

Betty likewise insulted Brandon and Julia’s self-respect and relationship with a bizarre mandate.

She needed that these two grown grownups who are engaged sleep in separate bedrooms.

Julia Trubkina - I hate this

Some have implicated Brandon of being at fault for merely not having his own place.

We should keep in mind that he is in his twenties– a very age-appropriate time for a Millennial to live with his parents in our nightmare economy.

Brandon has a full time job, however decades of wage stagnancy suggest that this is not the key to convenience, stability, or success that it when was.

Julia Trubkina - it's a lot of animals

Betty and Ron’s persistence upon Julia laboring on the farm has drawn fans’ attention to another thing: they do not seem to be extremely excellent farmers.

Web research and social media inform us that some farmers are divided over the best method to feed livestock, with some concurring with the Gibbs that feeding them at the very same time every day is best.

Others, nevertheless, warn that the super-accurate internal clocks of some animals integrated with precise routine feedings can make them rowdy or even unsafe.

Betty Gibbs hopes Brandon and Julia will delight in farm labor

Fans on social networks are annoyed and disgusted by how Betty and Ron make their living– reproducing dogs.

From the living conditions in their cages to the realities of the toll that industrial breeding exacts on dogs, fans have numerous issues.

Some have labeled their farm, Hummingbird Farms, a puppy mill, calling it “revolting.”

Betty Gibbs tries to demand a different wedding date

” It’s vicious to breed canines like that, even in great conditions, which it doesn’t look like they have at all,” a Reddit user recently mentioned.

” I flinch every time I see those pets in the kennels,” revealed another.

That very same commenter included: “Did you see the little ones in the wire cage in episode 7? Can’t benefit their paws.”

Brandon Gibbs mom Betty explains yes, she's really that pushy

Many fans have actually cautioned that, abhorrent though they discover it, the Gibbs’ breeding practices are likely legal, on the grounds that animal defense laws are far too lax.

Others are not sure if they have adequate info to render a decision.

Some fans are cognizant of the fact that they merely– justifiably or not– in spite of Betty and Ron, and view whatever that they say and do with scorn and suspicion.


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