Kim Kardashian Faces Wave of Backlash for Weight Loss Lollipop Photo

Postado Mai 16, 2018

"They're literally unreal", Kim wrote, before urging her followers to get their hands on the sweets, saying "you need to do it quick!"

'I admire their mother's branding capabilities, she is an exploitative but innovative genius, however this family makes me feel actual despair over what women are reduced to'.

The mom of three's post instantly saw a wave of backlash, with many commenters calling her "irresponsible" and taking issue with the message the post could send to Kardashian's younger fans. "You bad and toxic influence on young girls", Jameela tweeted.

Celebrities have come under fire from charities and campaigners for promoting appetite suppressants to their young, female followers on social media. And to play with your kids.

The 37-year-old has promoted Flat Tummy Co's appetite supressant lollies to her 111 million Instagram followers, which has angered much of the internet - and nobody more than Jameela. She's getting called a "toxic influence" and "irresponsible" by outraged fans! "And to have something to say about your life at the end, other than 'I had a flat stomach.'" The tweet was accompanied by a GIF of Mr. Bean holding up the middle finger.

Fans also started commenting on Kim's Instagram photo ad and bashed Kim.

"She initially wrote "#ad You guys. "Appetite suppressant lollipops. I know y'all will do anything for money but capitalizing off of a product created to encourage disordered eating sICK". Another fan, sjmachurst, added: "This is terrible". You should be ashamed of yourself. Your liver does the detoxing for your body you don't need a green tea to detox, ' she advised.

'Although they claim they are natural many drugs are actually from nature but it doesn't make them naturally good for you. One fan, bambinaaa, told Kim to "delete" the post.

Flat Tummy Co's website says its lollipops contain "satiereal" (an extract of saffron stigma, which it claims "helps control food intake, cravings and weight) and are "designed to help you suppress your appetite". Telling young people to suppress their appetite and basically starve without feeling it, rather than promoting healthy diets is such a #baduseofinfluence", the fan wrote.