Over the past few days we’ve received a lot of messages regarding local Yoga studio owner, Jennifer Azadnia after she posted this on her Facebook business business pages.
It took me a little while to figure this one out, but I think I got to the bottom of it. Jennifer owns a yoga studio in Dartmouth called Hope Yoga. Somewhere along the line she partnered up with Buti Yoga owner, Bizzie Gold. This is where things get sticky.
Jennifer is closing her doors in 60 days claiming that the harassment and racially charged threats have caused her to end her business. The smell of bullshit attracted many of the local yogies and here’s some of what they had to say.
So what would any respectable business owner who’s primary goal in her trade is to preach happiness and peace do? Victimize herself, counter-shame and cry legal action, because…. racists! And all on the private, safe-space that is her company’s Facebook page. Makes sense.
That’s usually how most stories end when arguement ensues in the lives of SJWs.
“Cultural Appropriation,” “Recourse in the legal system,” “White people telling people of color that racism doesn’t exist,” “White privilege,” it’s like she’s reading from a from a script. Someone give her a Snickers, she’s an uber-SJW when she’s hangry.
Now, this is a
totallyvalid point. These supposed people who don’t have the courage to “speak out” haven’t figured out that there are 1029376 ways to speak publically, yet remain anonymous. Make a fake Facebook page, write a letter to an editor, post on yelp. C’mon, it ain’t rocket science. I also think it’s convenient that she’s claiming racism, yet hasn’t disclosed any details whatsoever. Listen up, Jenny from the Block – No one believes anything that comes out of your pickle smoocher.
She did feel compelled to make this post, which pretty much solidified any doubts I had about her story.
If you don’t feel like reading it, lemme break it down for you. Someone pointed out her instructor’s lack of certifications because they weren’t registered with the Yoga Alliance. She argues that they have their own certification system, so just because they don’t appear on this list, doesn’t mean they aren’t certified in what they teach. Which basically means that yoga is what she decides it is and she’ll teach it how she pleases.
I get it – you don’t technically have to be certified to be a yoga instructor. But you certainly can’t tell your clients you are if you aren’t. Seems that some think this is the real reason she is going out of business. In fact, here’s an anonymous email we received earlier:
My guess is it has a little to do with that and a little to do with the fact that she is the opposite of what any yoga-loving practitioner would expect of a teacher. Have you ever done yoga? I have a million times. The best instructors are the ones that are spiritually connected and truly live by yoga mantras and practices, in and out of the studio. They don’t act like narcissistic trap queens like she does, on the most outrageous, ghettofabulous IG page you’ve ever seen.
Like when she drinks champagne while shopping for more Gucci and throws the glass on the floor:
Or poses with her gun that shoots dollar bills on her like the stripper she was destined to become:
And the other amazing ratchetness:
She even got a billboard:
Can’t make this stuff up.
And they don’t post negative, vulgar gobbledygook on their Instagram.
It seems most would want a positive experience from yoga that they aren’t getting from twerking to Kanye during classes
She even went on to post this conversation between one of her workers and Bizzie, the owner of Buti Yoga.
Hey Bizzie – where you at? I’d love to get your side of this bat-shit madness. I know Jen wanted us to see harassment in this post, but all I see is a fellow colleague who is trying to stop her from making an asshole out of herself and giving her competitors a clear advantage. Maybe Jen didn’t see a Turtleboy blog coming, but I can say with 100% confidence that Bizzie sure did.
I could be reading this all wrong, but no… I’m not. Here’s her yelp reviews and it looks like Thicky Minaj has been running her business just as I’d expected and long before any claims of racism creating her demise.
There’s only one, ONE, positive yelp posting
And she’s from Maine so she either posted on the wrong page or is actually Jen disguised as a happy client.
We can be sure of one thing, something good did come out of it. Mr. Gucci himself is such a warrior that he personally invited her to his wife’s red carpet party. I know we’re all arguing here, but that’s like so, totally, fetch!
I wonder how Gucci would feel about their name being directly tied to this bimbo. I see a life of rap-video acting in her future.