“The Bachelorette” alum Josh Seiter chatted with Powerjournalist Markos Papadatos about his relationship status with Yolanda Leak of the TV series “90 Day Fiancé.”

“Yolanda and I had been dating since August and became engaged on October 24,” he said. “Initially, I thought she was a genuine, funny person; however, shortly after becoming engaged, she grew distant and shady. One word texts. Not returning my calls. She also became extremely jealous and seemed obsessed with my relationship with Avery Warner, another cast member from the show. It was bizarre, she would ignore my texts during the day, then send me page long messages in the middle of the night about Avery. I mean, me and Avery had been flirtatious at times over Instagram, but we were just friends. Why Yolanda was more concerned about that, and not our own relationship, is still confusing to me.”

He revealed that he and Yolanda are officially broken up. “I found out that she had a live-in boyfriend while we were engaged and had sold the engagement ring I’d given her. In hindsight, it’s obvious she’s a total con-artist, and was simply using me to try to get on another season of 90 Day Fiancé. But I’m remaining positive. 2020 was good to me, the Yolanda drama notwithstanding,” he remarked.

On his future plans, he said, “My plans for the future are to keep investing. I’m now day trading, and I absolutely love it. I went from stripping for a few hundred bucks a night, to make a few thousand a day from the comfort of my living room. I definitely prefer to work smarter, not harder,” he said.

For people in online relationships, he offered the following advice: “My advice is with that person…in person! I learned firsthand that people aren’t always who they represent themselves to be on social media. It’s too easy to be deceived when you’re in a long-distance relationship. So spend as much time together as possible,” he said. 

He opened up about what he is looking forward to this holiday season. “I am most looking forward to watching my Shopify share prices skyrocket. I’m half-joking, but honestly, instead of spending a bunch of money on presents, I’ll be investing money in the market and taking the profits from that to buy my family vacations once the economy reopens. And of course, I’m also looking forward to eating lots of turkey,” he said.

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