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She is one of the first girls we see in the hotel bar. She doesn't appear to be part of any particular group, but she is there to meet other foreigners and is a member sweedish men of the "Nina" group. I believe this is what she means by "Nina". She looks around at the crowd and tries to find someone to take a picture with. She seems interested in being a part of this group and seems to want to meet other Africans. She says she is "Nina" or "The First". She starts talking about her job and then gives the guys she passes a small, but very enthusiastic hug. A young woman is talking to her, saying that they are in the same line and she was in the line to get muslims marriage the picture with her. The woman introduces herself as "Lizzie" and says she is a nurse from the south of France and is looking for someone "like me". "What do you do?" Lizzie asks. "I like to help," Nina replies. The two talk for a while and Lizzie ends up getting her picture taken with Nina and tells her she has something special in mind for her. A few months later she is asked by Nina to go out to the beach for some fun. Nina is a bit surprised, but doesn't resist the invite, and the two have a really good time. The next day, Nina is waiting on Lizzie at a restaurant when she gets a call from her husband. They have a fight and she goes home. She has been watching all the drama unfold on the news, and feels that the situation could have been handled better. She returns home and calls her mom to tell her about the fight. She then starts to get annoyed that Nina is ignoring her, and edmonton muslim she decides to give her a taste of her own medicine. She asks Nina to come home with her to make up and talk about it. After the call, they walk through the house together and the conversation ends there. A few days later, Lizzie is getting ready to go to sleep. She starts to get more and more stressed, and is starting to panic. After some convincing from her friend, Nina decides to go with Lizzie home to talk about her problems with her mom, who is a bit distant. She asks Lizzie to go up to her room, and she does. Nina tells her that she wants to go home and get some sleep, and leaves her to sleep.
That night, the following day, Nina is still nervous about how she'll be able to explain herself to Lizzie, and Lizzie wants to know where she will be going. "Why don't you go tell my mom, I have to meet her tomorrow," she suggests, but Nina is still not sure that this would be a good idea. They have a short conversation and decide to meet tomorrow. However, Nina has something else she wants to ask Lizzie. Lizzie has just been at home with her family, and Nina asks her what's been up. "Everything, like, I just told you about this thing. Why don't you go and see your sister tomorrow?" she asks. Lizzie is a bit hesitant, and she doesn't want to say no. "Okay, but I want you to tell me before you go," Nina says. Lizzie thinks about it. "Okay, alright, I guess. Okay, but you've got to promise me something before you go. We haven't talked about this stuff a lot. You've got to promise that I'll always be the only one in your life and that you're never going to date another girl until we're married. Promise. That's all. We're making it really simple, so I'm not going to bother you with details, okay? No big deal, really."
After the interview, she said she was shocked by the response she got. "It's not that I have a problem with a certain person. I really don't. But when people tell me that I'm being hateful, I can't really wrap my head around it. I have a lot of friends, for example. They're so sweet, so friendly, so caring."
A few hours later, the post went up on the Internet, and it has since been deleted from all of her social media accounts.
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