’90 Day Fiancé: Tell-All’ Spoilers finds that Julia Trubkina Gibb has problems with living on the Gibb farm, but as it turns out, hubby Brandon Gibb originally had an apartment picked out for them. However, the apartment was not up to Julia’s standards, so she poo-poo’ed that idea and decided to live on the farm with the Gibb family instead.
Jovi Dufren responded to this by saying, “Oh, so Julia’s the bad guy, then?” This seems to be a pattern of Brandon’s, making Julia out to be the bad guy. He’s done it before with his own parents and it looks like he’s doing it again on the tell-all.
’90 Day Fiancé: Tell-All’ Spoilers- Brandon had an apartment ready for Julia?
Julia however said that the apartment was not nice, and it wasn’t somewhere where she wanted to live. Rebecca, and a few others on the tell-all said that the sooner they got out of the house with the Gibbs, the better, because until they knew what it was like to live on their own they would never truly know what it took.
They have a point, when it all comes down to you, you will find ways to support yourself. Working without a safety net truly does prepare you for the life that you’re about to embark on. But Julia wants to wait until they can get something nicer, okay Julia, you’re the one who calls the shots here.
Of Julia’s previous job, Julia was never a stripper, she was a professional dancer who danced in high-end clubs and bars. Yes, she was scantily clad, but there was never any removal of clothing involved. When asked about their initial objection to that, Betty was quick to say that she didn’t want other people thinking that Julia was a stripper.
Julia said that there was never any question in her home country, that she did dance competitively as well, so it wasn’t just something she picked up for a weekend fling, she was professionally trained.
However she did pose one question, “If people want to think I’m a stripper, what’s wrong with being a stripper?” that’s a really empowered viewpoint to take, but I think Julia doesn’t realize the stigma that is put on adult entertainers in the United States.
I’m not sure about the climate in Krasnodar, Russia, where Julia is from, but in the US, adult entertainment of any kind is stigamatized heavily. That being said, I kind of wonder if Julia plans to start an Onlyfans… I mean, it could happen! Stay tuned!!!