Gwyneth Paltrow is feverishly seeking to sell her Goop shares, and she may even find a buyer, according to a viral blind item.
In the opinion of many, Goop was an enormous flop. While some bluntly labelled the enterprise a scam, the store’s idea turned away the majority of customers. Neither magic medicine nor vagina-scented candles are for everyone. Now, Gwenyth Paltrow is apparently attempting to sell her company shares.
Blind item on the prominent celebrity gossip blog Crazy Days And Nights suggests that the Kardashians intend to acquire a controlling share in Goop and merge it with their own firm, Poosh, therefore eliminating the competition.
According to rumour, the 49-year-old Iron-Man actress has realised the firm was a scam and is urgently seeking to sell her shares in Goop.
“This foreign born former model turned reality star who has some celebrity offspring who are probably B+ list is teaming up with her long time snake oil selling friend and creating a line of products based on things the former model is growing on her own. This should turn out well,” the blind item reads.
Goop and Poosh to merge?
While the blind was initially posted two years ago it really looks like Gwyneth Paltrow is ready to sell her failed fever dream.
According to Insider, more than 140 workers of Gwyneth Paltrow’s health content and e-commerce firm Goop have left since the beginning of 2019, claiming poor compensation, burnout, and tough leadership as some of their reasons for leaving.
In addition, the Consumer Protection Office of California has filed a lawsuit against Goop for misleading advertising, alleging that the company has made baseless health claims concerning a number of items offered on its website; Goop has agreed to resolve the matter out of court.
The actress Gwyneth Paltrow is the brains behind the wellness and lifestyle brand and firm known as Goop. Goop began as a weekly e-mail newsletter that offered new age advice such as “control your thoughts” and “avoid white foods,” along with the tagline “Nourish the Inner Aspect.” The first issue of the newsletter was sent out in September 2008, and it has been published every week since then.