Back in March, VICE reported that self-help guru Tony Robbins called Robbins out for his comments. Robbins responded to her by saying, among other things, that coming forward with stories of survival "won't make you better ."
"If you use the #MeToo movement to try to get significance and certainty by attacking and destroying someone else, you haven’t grown an ounce,” Robbins said. “All you’ve done is basically use a drug called significance to make yourself feel good."
Tarana Burke, who coined the hashtag "#MeToo," went after Robbins after she heard his tirade, accusing him of misrepresenting the movement and calling the footage of his comments "gross."
Robbins's comments already seem to be turning some fans off to the world-renowned, multimillionaire life coach's dogma. Logan Wick—who attended the March seminar and has followed Robbins for eight years—told VICE he wouldn't give the motivational speaker another dime "until he makes changes to actually empower women."
"The spell has been broken," Wick said.
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