90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days couple Rebecca Parrott and Zied Hakimi apparently tried to take their emoji-laden long-distance romance to the next level last year by launching a business called Zuzo Import Company.
The business’s since-deleted website at ZuzoImportCo.com had photos and bios for Rebecca and Zied in the “About Us” section of the website, as seen in the photo above. Here are the bios for each:
REBECCA PARROT, ATLANTA OFFICE
Rebecca has traveled extensively throughout Northern Africa. She works with clients from all over the world, acquiring the work of local artisans from Northern Africa. She enjoys the local people and culture and has brought back many pieces of art during her travels. Her goal is to share this amazing culture with the world. When she is not focused on Zuzo Imports, you may find her enjoying a coffee in a seaside cafe in Tunis. Or in a cafe in her home of Atlanta, dreaming of Africa.
Call Rebecca at 678.***.**** Email Rebecca@ZuzolmportCo.com
ZIED HAKIMI, TUNISIAN OFFICE
Zied is our local authority on all things Tunisian. Born and raised in Tunis, he has a special relationship with the local artisans. He specializes in acquiring the most beautiful art pieces in all of Northern Africa. He has a way of finding just exactly what our clients are looking for. When he is not working, he enjoys playing soccer, and is a bit of an artist himself.
Call Zied at +216 ** ****** Email Zied@ZuzolmportCo.com
Is anybody else suspicious that Rebecca’s idea of African art is just various things with Zied’s face printed on them? And vice versa for Zied? And how long before Rebecca is sending Zied money to open up a Tunisian art store/gallery?
Here’s our guess as to what that might look like, assuming it actually gets beyond the Azan stage of development:
Actually, Rebecca is a bit of an artist herself. She’s posted a few watercolor paintings and drawings on Instagram, and even tried her hand at drawing Zied:
NOTE: The art gallery is Photoshopped. The drawing is not.
Unfortunately, I don’t have any additional information about the Zuzo Import Company. It doesn’t appear to be a registered business in Georgia, and Google searches only bring up the deleted website. I wish I had screen caps of the other portions of the site, but all I have is the “About Me” section.
According to the DNS history for the site, the domain was registered on Jun 23, 2018 and expired one year later.
UPDATE – Rebecca responded to our Instagram post and revealed what happened to the short-lived import business. “We looked into it but the import rules were too much,” she explained. “I just loved all the art and rugs there so much. ♥️♥️”
Asa Hawks is a writer and editor for Starcasm. You can contact Asa via Twitter, Facebook, or email at starcasmtips(at)yahoo.com