Jameela Jamil Shreds Kim Kardashian For Promoting 'Appetite Suppressant' Lollipops

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 16, 2018

Kim Kardashian is facing the wrath of social media once again after sharing an Instagram post promoting appetite suppressing lollipops.

The post, which has since been removed, was an ad for Flat Tummy Co's Appetite Suppressant Lollipops, which Kardashian dubbed "literally unreal". "They're literally unreal", Kim wrote, before urging her followers to get their hands on the sweets, saying "you need to do it quick!"

In January 2018, she came under fire from health-concious users who claimed she was sending the wrong message to her followers by promoting meal replacements. She urged fans to take advantage of an offer, adding: "If you want to get your hands on some. you need to do it quick!"

According to a May 16 report by Radar Online, actress Jameela Jamil, best known for her work on the NBC comedy series, The Good Place, lost her cool after seeing the advertisement on Kim Kardashian's feed.

"I admire their mother's branding capabilities, she is an exploitative but innovative genius", wrote Jamil. Fan happinessnwrathe wrote: "Are you sick?" And to play with your kids. You awful and toxic influence on young girls (sic). "And to have something to say about your life at the end, other than 'I had a flat stomach'". Another fan, sjmachurst, added: "This is terrible".

The reality TV star took to Instagram on Tuesday night (15May18) and posted a picture of her sucking a red lollipop as part of a paid promotional partnership with Flat Tummy Co. You don't need the money to help your young followers get an eating disorder.

Discussing the product, registered nutritionist Laura Thomas told HuffPost: "Kim Kardashian West has an enormous responsibility to protect her audience, which is likely to be full of young people vulnerable to troubled relationships with food".

Ignoring the hate, one wrote: "Beautiful queen.", as another added: "You look absolutely balm oh my god". "You're a role model to so many young impressionable people and you have chosen to push a product encouraging appetite suppressing.irresponsible much?"

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