Kai Cenat offers a candid review of Pokimane Myna Cookies Content creator Kai Cenat recently shared his candid thoughts on Pokimane’s Midnight Mini Cookies during a Twitch stream, providing an unfiltered review of the controversial snack. The Midnight Mini Cookies are the first product under Pokimane’s new health-focused food brand, Myna Snacks.
Pokimane launched Myna Snacks on November 14, unveiling her Midnight Mini Cookies amidst a wave of criticism, with some claiming the product was overpriced and resembled similar offerings from Costco. In response, Pokimane initially brushed off the criticisms, later apologizing and expressing a commitment to addressing concerns better.
Kai Cenat offers a candid review of Pokimane Myna Cookies: “…not worth $28 dollars bro”
During the live review, Kai Cenat tasted the cookies and took a moment before delivering his verdict. “The fudge part of the cookie, I’ll be honest… that sh*t is dry,” he remarked, adding praise for the chocolate component.
Ultimately, he concluded that, in his opinion, the cookies were not worth the $28 price tag. “On my life though, not worth $28 dollars bro, I’ll be honest with you bro, not worth $28 dollars.”
The controversy surrounding the Midnight Mini Cookies has drawn the attention of other creators and streamers, including xQc, who also shared his thoughts on the Myna Snacks product. xQc provided an “unbiased” review, expressing dissatisfaction with the aftertaste and giving the snack a 5/10 rating while suggesting improvements.
In response to the ongoing drama, Pokimane took to Instagram to reflect on the situation. She thanked her supporters and acknowledged her fixation on negativity, expressing a determination to handle things better in the future. Pokimane’s update appears to be a response to recent comments and her own handling of the backlash.
Despite the critiques, Pokimane remains focused on growth and self-improvement, distancing herself from the drama and emphasizing a commitment to rising above negativity.