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TLC 90 Day Fiancé Spoilers: Darcey Silva Does Not Let Go Of Song With Her Twin
Darcey Silva seems to still be in love with her first song. The 90 Day Fiancé star seems to be promoting her debut single “Lock your number” again. Darcey and her sister, Stacey recorded this song. Fans of the TLC show may remember when the dance-pop tune debuted in 2018 at Miami Swim Week. Darcey had high hopes about her song. She said its catchy sound is relatable.
Darcey’s song didn’t take off. While some of her fans found the music appealing, others didn’t like it. Many of her fans considered the song “flop” and the twins singing skill was criticized.
TLC 90 Day Fiancé Spoilers: Darcey’s Fans Call Her Out For Promoting Song Again
Despite receiving negative feedback, the TLC star continues to promote her song. She posts snippets if the song on social media. This week, Darcey has shared the song multiple times. This triggered trolls online because they think she is clinging to the song which is outdated. But the single mom will not stop sharing her craft. Darcey Silva seems not to care about what her haters say.
TLC 90 Day Fiancé Spoilers: A Flashback At Darcey Silva’s Career
Meanwhile, fans of the show can’t help but wonder what Darcey was up to before she appeared on 90 Day Fiancé. The star travels a lot to visit her men and flexes her name-brand bling and goodies, so it appears she has a lot of money. Darcey and her twin sister have other sources of income. The sisters co-founded Eleventh Entertainment, a production company. They also worked with their father, Mike as co-executive producers in his company. The sisters also found a clothing line they named House of Eleven, and some famous celebrities wore them. Jessica Alba, Nicki Minaj, and Demi Lovato wore clothes from the brand. This means Darcey was making enough money before appearing on the reality show. However, it is certain that her music career isn’t paying the bills. It might just be a dream the TLC star wants to hold on to.