Fans are suspicious about Kwame's sister, the savior of that 'Love is Blind' wedding

When it comes to Barbara, Kwame's sister, 'Love Is Blind' fans agree she's the best, but they are skeptical...

kwame's sister barbara and chelsea on the wedding day during love is blind season 4 on netflix
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Meet Kwame's sister, Love Is Blind season 4's new favorite face. 

Now that things are winding down, and we're anxiously awaiting the Love Is Blind season 4 reunion, we have one final step: the weddings. Kwame and Chelsea's big day is first up, and we get a sneak peek at what looks to be a stressful occasion...until Kwame's sis Barbara enters the picture.

She's calming, reassuring and supportive—everything you could possibly want from a big sister. Plus, she welcomes Chelsea with open arms and has total faith in her brother's unusual method for finding a partner, even though their mother disagrees. On the big day, Barbara presents Chelsea with a kente cloth purse, representing their Ghana culture.

Sealing the deal, on the way up the aisle, she says to her brother: "You’re going to do great. You’re going to be a good husband...make us proud, okay?” But now, the internet is wondering if this is, in fact, his sister.

Fans react to Kwame's sister on 'Love is Blind' season 4:

The myth about Kwame's sister

Another Love Is Blind conspiracy theory popped up when viewers suggested that the former soccer star hired someone to play his sister, given that they felt the interaction was unnatural. 

"TikTok is saying Kwame hired a random Ghanaian woman to play his sister and tbh that wouldn’t surprise me #LoveIsBlindS4," the tweet read. 

Judging from the response, it appears that this is not something that viewers feel is entirely out of left field, even though it is an outrageous thought. Given that they think Kwame also faked a conversation with his mother about his wedding, viewers have their guards up—and they have their doubts.

"Brought pod friend to suit fitting, we never actually heard his mom talk to him on the phone. Yeah he def hired her," one user chimed in. "SHUT UP! For reals?? Do we have confirmation of this? Because that would make a lot of sense," another added.

While this is likely not true, it definitely got reality TV fans talking. Out of all the contestants this season, Kwame's moves are the ones being scrutinized the most, and we'll admit, he's likely had a lot of misinformation circle the internet as a result. He'll have to set the record straight at the reunion.  

Will Kwame's sister change the direction of the wedding? 

We still don't know what Kwame is going to say at the altar, and he has already expressed that he has cold feet. Things are not feeling terribly promising, regardless of how wonderful Barbara might be. 

Given the fact that Kwame seems to have lingering feelings for Micah and that he's hesitant to make a move from Portland to Seattle to mesh his life with Chelsea's, we are definitely getting stressed. Yes, Barbara might've settled the pre-wedding jitters, but will it be enough to persuade Kwame into saying "yes," something he doesn't seem to want to do?

We'll find out which Love Is Blind season 4 couples are still together on Friday, April 14, when the final episode airs. And on Sunday, April 16 at 8pm ET (5pm PT), the reunion will take place on Netflix live

Love Is Blind season 4 is currently streaming on Netflix. Here's the schedule for all of the upcoming Love Is Blind season 4 episodes.

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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