Miona Bell is launching the first items in Miona Beauty, and she stirs up controversy among 90 Day Fiancé fans the same way Yara Zaya does.
Miona Bella has already angered many 90 Day Fiancé fans with blackfishing accusations, and now viewers believe that she is scamming her followers with her new Miona Beauty products that are being compared to Yara Zaya’s online items. Like fellow franchise cast member Yara, Miona is now selling products online under her name. Many 90 Day Fiancé fans believe that Miona is also following in Yara’s footsteps when it comes to selling cheap products at high prices and plastering her name on low-quality items for a quick profit.
Miona’s worst offense on 90 Day Fiancé season 9 has been her unrealistic attitude. The Serbian woman wants a lavish beach destination wedding and a luxury lifestyle in a big city despite the fact that neither she nor her partner Jibri Bell have any money. However, Miona has angered many viewers with her controversial Instagram images that see her dramatically tanning her skin, putting on multiple wigs and hair extensions, and seemingly presenting herself as a Black woman online. Miona has denied blackfishing accusations, though many viewers have deemed her images offensive. Now, Miona is being called out for new reasons after launching makeup brushes and ponytail extensions under the name Miona Beauty.
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Shocked commenter u/InteractionThen9424 took to Reddit to share images of controversial 90 Day Fiancé newcomer Miona’s beauty brush set, which costs $68 for ten brushes. “She basically just got full sets from AliBaba that cost 8$ each and thought she’d sell them for 68$,” the user wrote before blasting Miona’s move for being “a basic dropshipping scam.” Commenters immediately compared Miona’s beauty products to Yara’s online clothing boutique and makeup line, as fans also believe Yara slaps her name on cheap products and sells them at high prices. “Morphe brushes are cheaper than this, who does she think she is ,” u/Youdownwithkellyc weighed in. Commenters were overall amazed by the audacity of Miona’s products and prices, which is exactly how fans felt when Yara launched her businesses.
Many commenters thought it was vain of Miona to think that people would want to buy overpriced yet cheaply made products just because the 90 Day Fiancé season 9 newcomer put her name was on it. “MIONA BEAUTY? What the **** is wrong with these people they think people wanna be like them? Clowns,” top commenter u/Ariane5555 wrote, as they blasted Miona. “Anyone who buys makeup from Miona sort of deserves to get scammed honestly those poor souls,” u/throwaway144811 remarked. Multiple commenters questioned who would buy such overpriced items from franchise cast members such as Miona and Yara when they could buy products of equal or better quality for significantly less money.
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Miona might have big plans for a glamorous future, but she has failed to win over support from many 90 Day Fiancé fans. Despite this, Miona appears to be living her dream. She recently moved to California with Jibri and listed herself as a Palm Springs makeup artist. The attention-loving couple is now planning to release social media content together in an attempt to extend their 90 Day Fiancé spotlight. However, Miona and Jibri are not expected to be appearing on the upcoming season of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? given their low popularity among viewers. In contrast, Yara has more successfully capitalized off of her notoriety. She and her husband Jovi Dufren are continuing their 90 Day Fiancé franchise run on Happily Ever After? season 7. Therefore, Yara appears to be succeeding more than franchise newcomer Miona.