Which Shahs of Sunset Alum Has Split from Her Boyfriend?

The pair played out their on-again, off-again relationship on Marriage Boot Camp.

Asifa Mirza and Bobby Panahi dated, got married, divorced, and started dating on and off again all before they were introduced to viewers on Shahs of Sunset in 2015. Two years after their departure from the show, Asifa and Bobby have resurfaced on WE TV's Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars to make a decision on their future once and for all.

Viewers have been waiting to discover the outcome on the December 22 season finale, in which all the Marriage Boot Camp participants will either present their partner with a ring or split up. But Asifa took to Twitter Sunday to offer a little spoiler after an episode where everyone took polygraph tests, throwing up a peace sign emoji and saying, "I'm out."

Also on Twitter, Bobby appeared to joke about trying to beat the polygraph test.

She later put their status out there a bit more bluntly, saying, "We are not together, don't do cheaters."

Their split isn't too much of a surprise ending for those who toughed out the season on Marriage Boot Camp, since they argued the whole time and Bobby even tried to leave before it was over. 

 

And it would have been a shame if he had left because then the show would have been short on memes and one-liners.

The couple's time on Shahs was constantly tumultuous and included arguments about women who Bobby cheated with from the gym, including a woman who also came up repeatedly on Marriage Boot CampMercedes Javid took to her blog to talk about Bobby and Asifa's tense relationship in 2015 after traveling with them to Thailand.

"They are using this trip as a dysfunctional group therapy session," she wrote. "No one wants to be privy to the inner workings of their deeply abusive relationship, and none of us seem to have a choice since we are stuck on a plane, then an airport for a 12 hour layover, then a bus, then a dinner. All I can think of is how grateful I am that regardless of my problems in life, at least I don't publicly insult my significant other. It's deeply disturbing to be present for them to air out their very disrespectful daggers back and forth. They are the only couple here with their significant other and they are making a mockery of the whole intention and meaning of this trip... I'm sorry, but they are toxic."

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