Kourtney Kardashian just launched Poosh, her new lifestyle website but the brand is already under fire. Social media is exploding with people hating on the new blog for several reasons, all of which do not bode well for Kardashian’s latest venture.
The sleek blog is filled with articles on topics such as fitness, health, beauty, travel, entertaining and parenting. There are also several recipes for gluten free and dairy free, as well as organic eating. Finally, the website is chock-full of high-priced items Kardashian claims can help anyone live their best life.
One of the issues fans have with Poosh is that it is not all-inclusive or rather it is financially exclusive. A candle goes for $74, while some energy supplements can be purchased for $215. However, in all fairness, there are also some items that are reasonably priced. Those have merely not been promoted as much. Kardashian obviously wants people to buy higher priced items.
“Without being judged for not being perfect” okkkkkkk, but you are perfect. And you strive to be perfect with all the surgical help. Bit hypocritical this one @kourtneykardash #poosh #KourtneyKardashian pic.twitter.com/HpbvTRYnnb
— ManchesterM (@manchesterlady1) April 3, 2019
“Kourtney’s new “Poosh” lifestyle brand is literally the definition of what to do when you’re simply bored, and you have too much money sitting in your bank account.” Tweeted @JulianaGazzillo
Along with being too pricey, people don’t think the mother of three has any business giving lifestyle advice. She is stinking rich, which means she can afford to buy a healthy lifestyle. Her suggestions are not attenable or realistic.
Also, her idea of what constitutes a good recipe has come under fire. Kardashian gave fans her favorite salad recipe, and it is mainly some avocado slices, tomato slices, hard-boiled eggs, and cheese.
The trolls wasted no time comparing Poosh to Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle website. Neither brand got stellar reviews, but the similarities did not go unnoticed.
“Gwyn’s like “astronauts say these stickers will cure your depression!” Kourtney’s like “Organic wine is good.” If you’re going to be rich and unhinged at least entertain me,” wrote @YouKnowLydia
Kourtney Kardashian's Goop knockoff, Poosh, is predictably bad and chockfull of half-assed listicles telling me things I already know or trying to sell me things I can't afford.
Here's a suggestion in "Foods to Flatten Your Belly" that reads like they invented avocado toast: pic.twitter.com/5fqqf2zVUK
— Jenna Amatulli (@ohheyjenna) April 2, 2019
Kourtney Kardashian’s new lifestyle website Poosh is up and running, but fans are not impressed. She has come under fire for high priced items, ripping off another site, being boring, as well as having no idea what she is talking about. Despite all the backlash and people picking Poosh apart, the oldest Kardashian sibling will likely find success with it.
The Kardashian name carries a lot of weight with people, and her platform is enormous. Even though people are complaining about it, her die-hard fans will support Poosh.
What are your thoughts on Poosh?