Oliver Pocher's wife: Amira Pocher defends herself against old prejudice: "Was not dependent on anyone"

It is a prejudice that women who are in a relationship with famous men are particularly confronted with.

Oliver Pocher's wife: Amira Pocher defends herself against old prejudice: "Was not dependent on anyone"

It is a prejudice that women who are in a relationship with famous men are particularly confronted with. At a certain point you are just the "wife of". Amira Pocher can also sing a song about it.

In the Austrian podcast "Chat among friends", Pocher spoke to her good friend Bianca Dörflinger about her own fame but also about her husband Oliver Pocher. The moderator revealed that she had often received comments on social networks in the past that she was financially supported by her husband. Every detail has been commented on.

"You can't please people. When it wasn't known that I was with Olli, I posted nice trips, or there were sayings about an expensive bag that you can afford when you're a rich man the side has," she said. But the comments didn't let up even when Pocher himself appeared in public and started making money with it.

The old prejudice that she is just "the wife of" disturbs Pocher enormously. Because before she met Pocher, she was professionally successful and independent. "Without my husband, I was still a decent working, full-time, self-employed woman, with an apartment, with a car, with everything I needed. I've always taken care of everything myself, not dependent on anyone, and I have did it myself. So why wasn't I?" the former stylist said.

She also commented on her husband's much-criticized "screen control". In the Instagram format, Pocher targeted (mostly) influencers. "We mostly share the same opinion. We had a good discussion when the screen was checked and he couldn't be told anything. Sometimes it was really a fight, but then he sometimes let out a part," admitted Pocher.

Oliver Pocher got a lot of headwind for the "screen control". With its enormous reach, it would primarily bully young women, according to the criticism.

Source: "Chat among friends"

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