Aisha/Nex Instagram Post Shout-out #4

It’s been a while since my last shout-out, since I’m not on Instagram anymore. I actually found this through Pinterest, thanks to user DiamondLilyGalaxy. Thank you!

Instagram user @winxmlpandmore4ever wrote a post about why Winx season eight was Nex’s best season, in terms of his behavior and his relationship with Aisha. I agree, of course. We saw how caring, supportive, and encouraging he really is, and he put his all into saving her planet’s star. Plus, we learned exactly what he thinks of Aisha and his role in her life. He knows she can take of herself, but he still wants to be by her side as her teammate and partner.

I hope this Instagram post persuaded someone. A lot of Winx fans still harbor grudges against Nex, so they can’t see him as anything but “a copy of Riven” or an absolute monster. But it seems like more and more people are warming up to him and/or to this couple.

Thank you, @winxmlpandmore4ever! Also, I love this cheesy screenshot! ?

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April 15, 2020 7:32 am

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Derdlim Ahsia
Derdlim Ahsia
April 22, 2020 4:26 am

The only one reason to defend season 8 chaos is
Layla&Nex devepolment, it actually makes one
forget the WTF specialist redisign and give it a
chance.. something season 7 shall have done
and failed miserably.

Ps: Layla might be the second name and Aisha first? Aisha backwards reads Ahsia and Layla reads Alyal, Nex reads Xen, sometimes there is a simbolical meaning in reversing the names, here there is none, still, hiden meanings could be done heare since reversing “life” goes for the symbolic disenlightment of a dying state, and xen is read same as Zen which means is enlightment whyle Alyal if read AH-lya states for sky/heaven …
.. the point here is that if names played backwards in the correct order the Life&Death symbology is kept