Kourtney Kardashian has been accused of ripping off a member of the Black community!
The reality TV star needs little introduction as a member of the famous Karjenner family. Like her sisters, the Los Angeles native keeps feeding paparazzi with buzz-worthy news from her relationship drama to her affluent lifestyle.
However, being loved by the public did not mean the media personality was above reproach. The oldest Kardashian sibling recently faced copyright allegations over her new female wellness business.
Is the opulent socialite a thief? Keep reading to find out!
Rolling Ray Claims Kourtney Kardashian Stole His Iconic ‘Purrr’ Catchphrase
Last year, the “Kardashian Konfidential” co-author joined the ever-growing list of celebrities entering the wellness sector. The 43-year-old launched a vitamin supplement brand, Lemme, through which she has released various health-based products.
In February, the entertainer released a new line of wellness gummies called Purr. The drug was centered on promoting vaginal health. However, the product caught the attention of the rapper Rolling Ray, who could not believe his eyes.
Fans of the social media influencer know the artist popularized “Purrr,” a catchphrase frequently used in his music and viral video content. Displeased that his work was being used without credit, the “Bobby I Love You, Purrr” star called out Kardashian in an angry tweet.
According to the digital creator, he was tired of being ripped off by other celebrities. “I actually like you, @kourtneykardash! & now u wanna take from the black community again..,” Rolling Ray lamented. “u know where the name started.. this is becoming too much.. we never heard you purr a day in life..”
Following his message, fans flooded Twitter to support the “BigPurrrr” artist. Several people noted that he popularized the catchphrase and advised him to trademark the word, while others called out the Kardashians for being thieves.
A displeased individual angrily penned, “That entire family is going to steal from other cultures for the rest of their lives, especially now that most of them got children with black men.”
This person claimed the Karjenner family had been stealing from the Black community since their childhood and noted that they needed to be removed from all forms of media. Another fan compared the situation to Rolling Ray’s beef with Doja Cat.
“Fren, after what happened with Doja, you should’ve trademarked all your sayings ’cause this is ridiculous!” the rapper’s admirer chimed in, causing the artist to recount his somber encounter with the female songstress.
For those unaware, the “Woman” singer trademarked “It’s Giving” in 2022. Rolling Ray popularized this phrase in a viral YouTube video where he slammed Popeye’s chicken sandwich. After calling Doja out on Twitter, the Grammy winner seemingly sorted out the issue in their DM’s.
However, the rapper revealed in his response to the fan that the entertainer never fulfilled her promises. In his tweet, the media personality noted that he did not drag his fight with Doja because she claimed her team would pay him for trademarking his catchphrase.
Despite her sweet words, the songstress did nothing for months. Shocked by this revelation, the fan assured Rolling Ray that Doja and Kardashian would not undermine his success.
“Yea, her & her team was playing in your face,” the admirer wrote. “But it’s okay because you will be successful no matter what!”
All About The Poosh Founder’s Vaginal Wellness Gummies
While Kourtney has yet to respond to the allegations, it was reported that the Poosh founder released Purr, a vaginal wellness product ahead of Valentine’s Day last month. Per the health brand’s website, the gummies were developed with “clinically-studied probiotics to support its taste, odor, and freshness.”
Additionally, the product featured “pineapple extract for added sweetness” and vitamin C. In the promotional post, the mother-of-three donned a yellow outfit while lying on the floor as several cats circled the entertainer.
In the caption, the 43-year-old raved about her product’s benefits referencing the slogan “you are what you eat.” Although the socialite claimed Purr boosted freshness with added sweetness, medical experts begged to differ according to USA Today.
Dr. Mare Mbaye, a New York-based OB/GYN, revealed that Kardashian’s gummies raised several questions. Since the vagina is a self-cleansing organ, it rarely requires an extra boost, and using Purr could trigger vaginal issues.
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Mbaye explained that little evidence supports the claimed effects of probiotics in an average healthy person. Additionally, the gummies may react to those with sensitive systems and “make them more prone to infections or other side effects.”