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. And to have fun with your friends.
Kim Kardashian has received backlash for promoting "appetite suppressant" lollipops on social media.
Kim Kardashian, 37, posted an ad on Instagram for Flat Tummy's appetite-suppressant lollipops on May 15, and the response hasn't exactly been a good one.
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.
'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 is getting slammed left and right on Instagram and Twitter for promoting this weight loss product to her 111 million Instagram followers as well as her 60 million Twitter followers. You awful and toxic influence on young girls (sic). Fan happinessnwrathe wrote: "Are you sick?"
He added: "However, we know that appetite suppressants are used by people with restrictive eating disorders like anorexia, and feel it is harmful to widely distribute and promote such products". You should be ashamed of yourself. "So with 1-2 pops per day, you'll have your hunger under control and cravings in-check", the product description reads. Think of all the young girls that look up to you! "Please start to do some good with the platform you have..."
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". "Would you encourage your own kids to use appetite suppressors?"