90 Day Fiancé fans first met Caesar Mack when he was with his long-distance girlfriend of five years, Maria. Initially, viewers suspected that Caesar was being catfished. Maria did turn out to be real but, after they split, Ceasar says he thinks his ex was using him for money.
Caesar starred in 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined with a new girlfriend named Aya. But in an interview he did with The Domenick Nati Show on June 21, he said that, originally, the plan was for him to appear on the show with Maria.
“We were gonna do it together. But then she didn’t want to do it together,” he said.
Maria felt Caesar was pressuring her to do ’90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined’
Apparently, Maria told her friend Jesse Meester (Darcey Silva’s ex) that Caesar was “harassing” her to do Self-Quarantined.
“[Maria] called [Jesse] up and she said I was harassing her on getting the quarantine issue. I was harassing her, I was forcing her. And I wasn’t. I wasn’t forcing her at all. The only thing I told her is: ‘If you want to do it, that’s up to you. You don’t have to.’ It’s not like I’m just pushing her,” he said.
Caesar says that Maria had a tendency to involve Jesse in their affairs.
“What she did was she goes and she makes up this f*cking lie and saying, ‘Oh, wow, Caesar’s pushing me.’ So she calls him up. And he’s like, ‘Caesar, what’s going on, man? Why you doing that?’ I’m like, ‘No. I’m not pushing it. I’m not pushing her,’” he said.
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Caesar continued: “She does a lot of lying to him to get him riled up. And the poor guy, man, he’s just trying to be her friend. And so the guy goes, ‘Hey, Caesar, what’s going on?’ But it’s all her a*s. She’s the one who gets him f*cking going.”
Caesar says Maria didn’t end up wanting to do the spinoff because she simply didn’t want to.
“You can’t make her a*s do anything. She’s gonna do whatever the hell she wants to do. And that’s what it was,” he said.
Caesar goes on ’90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined’ with Aya
So Caesar ended up on the show with a young woman he met on Instagram named Aya. At first, he says they were “doing really good.” But then he tried to visit her in New Orleans, where she lives. When Caesar got there, Aya “was unresponsive.” So he ended up leaving early.
When Caesar returned home, he says she asked him for money. That’s when he decided to end the relationship.
“I kind of knew something was off and then she was like, ‘I’m in trouble. I need some money. Can you help me?’ And I’m like, ‘Nah, I can’t help you.’ And then I just blocked her,” he said.
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Additionally, Caesar feels Aya used him because he’s famous.
“The chick just wanted to take a little bit of the fame that I got. That’s all. She saw that. And I’m not even really that famous. I’m not an A-lister. I’m not anybody. I’m just a regular person. And she just wanted to do that. That’s all she wanted. She was just trying to sit there and just try to play me. She just tried to basically play me,” he said.
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