Kim Kardashian West Slammed For Promoting Appetite Suppressant Lollipops

Esequiel Farfan
May 16, 2018

"The Good Place" star Jameela Jamil slammed Kardashian as a "terrible and toxic influence on young girls" for the post. And to have fun with your friends.

In a since-removed Instagram post (screenshotted and shared by Jameela, among others), Kim touted a new product from the makers of the controversial Flat Tummy Tea: so-called "Appetite Suppressant Lollipops".

"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", Jamil continued. "You awful and toxic influence on young girls", Jamil wrote.

Neither Kim Kardashian nor Tori Spelling have spoken out about the controversy, but many fans are praising Jameela Jamil for speaking up about her opinions on celebrity marketing, and Kim's possible negative influence on women around the world who see the ads and believe they need to be thinner or prettier to be successful and worthy in life.

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.

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.

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

She added the cheeky hashtag, #suckit, as she informed fans that she was being paid for posting the advert. "You can have a fit and healthy body without starving yourself and listening to your body when it needs food".

"She initially wrote "#ad You guys. Think of all the young girls that look up to you!

'Although they claim they are natural many drugs are actually from nature but it doesn't make them naturally good for you. You don't need the money to help your young followers get an eating disorder. "Would you encourage your own kids to use appetite suppressors?"

But now, it is Kim K herself who has incurred her wrath following her latest #spon post.

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