After all these years of appearing on TV, My Big Fat Fabulous Life star Whitney Thore decided to start her own businesses. She started several projects, and until now, all of them were running well. As of recent times, her net worth ranges from around $3 to 4$ million. However, it seems like tough times are approaching the TLC celebrity. People have started complaining about Whitney’s changing attitude towards her business. Whereas, negative reviews are constantly coming in. Here’s what is actually happening.
My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney Thore Claims To Be The Sole Owner Of Her Business
It was Whitney and her business partner Ryan Andreas that started her No BS Active business. Everything was going well until the two split up due to some personal differences. Hence, Thore ended up becoming the sole owner of her brand. Ryan went on to start his own business as well, called ‘My Training Partners.’ Due to this split, No BS remained inactive for a while. The MBFFL celeb went on to partner with her personal trainer, Jessica Powell. The two started working on the project together and became the faces of the business.
Jessica has a major role to play in the functioning of No BS Active. As per a Soapdirt report, fans complain it’s only Powell that manages the business almost twenty percent of the time. Besides, Whitney rarely picks up her responsibilities. However, Thore asserts that she has the sole rights to No BS Active, and even though she’s working with Jessica, it’s only her business.
My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney’s Business Is Sinking! Receives Negative Reviews
It’s only negative reviews that Whitney’s Active business is getting right now. This is because the face of the business doesn’t show up to do her work anymore. Many No BS Active subscribers have complained that Whitney is not attending the sessions anymore. They have criticized her for being unprofessional and say that she should show up to work as everyone else does. After all, people have paid for the service they are demanding. On the other hand, a few times, the company tried to push up stretching sessions instead of the promised workout sessions. As a result, the subscribers felt ripped off for not getting what they paid for.
On the other hand, people have tried to support their favorite celebrity. They counter that Whitney is dealing with mental health issues which might be the reason why she didn’t show up for a few sessions. However, the subscribers say that these reasons aren’t professional for a business and criticized Thore for picking up new projects and not completing them. As the days pass, the criticisms are only rising, and if this continues, Whitney’s business might soon bite the dust.
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