- David Dangerfield financially supports his fiancée Sheila and helped her fix her house, but he is looking for ways to make more money before her move to the U.S.
- David currently works 85 hours a week at two jobs, which is impacting his relationship with Sheila, but he hopes to start a social media career and have more free time.
- Fans of 90 Day Fiancé are suggesting that David teach American Sign Language and become a deaf influencer as a unique niche in his career.
90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days star, David Dangerfield spoke about his latest job, which he can then use to support Sheila Mangubat as she makes her way to the U.S. on a K-1 visa. David, a 41-year-old from Omaha, Nebraska, had been in an online relationship with Sheila from the Philippines for over two years. David, who has been deaf since birth, met partially deaf Sheila in a Facebook group. They met in person for the first time on the 90 Day Fiancé spin-off. David knew his love for Sheila was real, and so was hers. He didn’t hesitate to give her a ring and get engaged in the finale episode.
David has been working at a casino and at a grocery store. He was financially supporting Sheila, and she needed money to fix her house, which was exacerbated after her mom died from falling off the stairs in their shanty house. Sheila turned to David for the $1,725.15 U.S. dollars to fix it, but he couldn’t afford it. David wanted Sheila to earn her own money which she’s doing now by running a store. Eventually, David was able to provide the money to fix the house, but as Sheila is looking forward to moving to America, David is thinking of alternate ways to make more money.
David Makes $800 Per Week From Two Jobs
Sheila had asked for translator Aimee’s help to see how much of her house’s repair costs David could afford. Sheila wanted to know how much David’s “total salary” was from his casino and supermarket jobs. David said it was “eight hundred per week.” Sheila thought it was “a lot.” She even told Aimee, “For 800 dollars, you’d have a condo here,” meaning in the Philippines. David realized Sheila thought he had a lot of money because he had a job and could pay her bills, etc. “I am not a rich person, but I’m more than happy to help Sheila,” David told the 90 Day Fiancé cameras.
During the Tell All, David said he was working 85 hours a week at his two jobs. It was impacting his relationship with Sheila due to his work timing. He was still able to communicate via video chat every single day. But David could want to spend more time with Sheila, given that they’re going to be separated for over two years while they wait for his K-1 visa. David posted an Instagram update saying he hopes to get “new jobs at social media soon.” David doesn’t mind having more than two jobs.
90 Day Fiancé Fans Ask David To Teach ASL
However, David does want to have “free time” and wishes to do “more travel” in his life. He wants to “wait and see what happens.” David also shared and deleted a screenshot showing his impressive Instagram insights about how his content was reaching a wide audience, meaning he was doing something right on social media, which he could convert into a money-making gig. Meanwhile, 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days supporters of David are suggesting more things he can do for a living. “You should teach ASL,” wrote one. “A deaf influencer is a unique niche,” added a different viewer.