Shanique Imari Is A Contestant On “The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On” Show

After two seasons of Love is Blind, Netflix is preparing to bring in another program on Experimental Dating, and Shanique Imari will be a part of it. The program The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On will be available on Netflix on April 6. The ten-episode series will follow the path of six couples, one of whom wants to marry while the other is not ready for such a commitment. Shanique Imari has given her two-year boyfriend, Randall Griffin, an ultimatum to marry her because she is ready for marriage and children.

Learn about Shanique Imari from The Ultimatum.

Shanique Imari is a 24-year-old entrepreneur from Texas. Her ancestors are from Kingston, Jamaica. She graduated from Texas Southern University in 2018 and was the captain of the university’s Tiger Sensations Dance Line. Carter, her dog, appears often on her Instagram stories. She was a member of AKA Sorority and launched her own company, ‘SYN Closet,’ in 2020. SYN is a retail store that sells swimwear and loungewear.

Shanique Imari

The trailer puts Shanique Imari and Randall Griffin’s relationship to the test. Randall sees another contestant’s father in the trailer and is heard remarking that he hopes her father doesn’t interrogate him. The teaser depicts Imari and Randall standing together to make their choice, which concludes with Imari walking away and requesting that the staff remove the wires from her.

More information about The Ultimatum

Nick and Vanessa Lachey, a husband and wife team, host the program. The six couples will be guided by Nick and his wife as they put their love to the test by living with other possible partners. The first eight episodes of The Ultimatum will be available on Netflix on April 6, followed by the conclusion and reunion on April 13th.

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According to the show’s official synopsis:

“Six distinct couples on the approach of getting married.” One spouse is eager to marry, while the other is unsure. An ultimatum is delivered, and they have just over eight weeks to commit to marriage or go on. In the interim, each will pick a new prospective mate from one of the other couples, in a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see two alternative possible futures.”

In a simulated marriage, the couples will stay with partners other than their own for three weeks. If they don’t want to be with anybody else, they’ll get married; otherwise, they’ll split up and go on.

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