On Shark Tank, Yunha from San Francisco stopped by to pitch a meditation app called Simple Habit. The offer of $600,000 in exchange for 5 percent of the company was not quite Zen enough for the Sharks, and Mark Cuban was not having it. With Yunha already having a great deal of cash flow, he felt like she was there solely for commercial reasons, that is, to get her app on television. “She’s a gold digger,” Cuban said.
Fortunately for Yunha, Richard Branson was there to come to her defense. Offering her $300,000 for 10 percent, Cuban interrupted him with a “no,” joking (or maybe not joking) that it had to be $600,000. “I think the water just has to go,” said Branson as he threw his cup of water at Cuban’s face.
Yunha was basically driven to tears by the Sharks and ultimately didn’t take any offers, which might be for the best. Seems like these guys could maybe chill out with a meditation app or something.
Shark Tank, airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on ABC
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