90 Day Fiancé: Jesse's 2022 business venture fiasco

90 Day Fiancé: Prior to 90 Days, alumnus Jesse Meester launched several gigs on social media that turned out to be wildly unsuccessful.

Jesse Meester from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise has started many businesses, most of which have clearly failed. The 29-year-old Amsterdam resident made her debut alongside Darcy Silva on 90 Day Fiancé: Before Season 2 of 90 Days. Unsurprisingly, the seemingly narcissistic couple didn't make it to the altar and split dramatically in 2018.

Shortly after the split, Jesse entered season 2 of 90 Days: Single, where he began dating co-star Tim Malcolm's ex-girlfriend Jennifer Tarazzona. Unfortunately, his solo performances were largely unsuccessful as audiences called him chasing influence. Many fans also believe the 29-year-old's relationship with Jennifer is completely fake, as they have never had a believable relationship. In 2022, Jesse posted an annoying TikTok video in which he claimed to have broken up with his Colombian girlfriend. However, he recently appeared on Tell All to say that he and Jennifer have not broken up.

Jesse Meester Black Friday Sale Fails

Jesse angered fans with her antics on social media and on television. That's why many 90 Day Fiancé viewers no longer support him or his venture. An example of this is Jesse's Black Friday post on his business account meesterpt, where he offers his followers 7 days of discounts and "free stuff!" However, given that his page has over 21,000 followers, the post received astonishingly few likes and no comments. The Amsterdam resident didn't say how many members he attracted during Black Friday, but the post suggested there wouldn't be many.

Jesse Meester's Podcast Has Poor Ratings

Another sign that Jesse's business is struggling is his post on the weekly self-help podcast "Life Conversations with Jesse Meester". In 2019, he began posting his wise words on Apple Podcasts. Since then, he's produced more than 60 episodes, but has lost most of his audience. Jesse has a 1.2/5 rating on his podcast channel and people say he's "unqualified". The 90 Day Fiancé series member recently shared a promotional post about his podcast on two different Instagram accounts, but it received fewer than 15 likes.

Jesse Meester's Online Store

Many 90 Day Fiancé viewers have also recently disliked Jesse's online store, as they can't help but get annoyed with the items he sells online. From an expired calendar to a $25 digital edition of his failed intermittent fasting book, the reality star's store is proving he's having a hard time selling things to fans. The same people used to support him on social media. The 90 Day Fiancé star also has a YouTube channel, where he started posting weekly videos in 2013. Still, he's stuck at just under 6,000 subscribers, receiving hardly any opinions or comments from 90 Day Fiancé fans.

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