Kim Kardashian West has been heavily criticised for promoting a dieting lollipop on Instagram. "They're Appetite Suppressant Lollipops and they're literally unreal", she wrote in the caption.
Kim Kardashian sparked anger from fans and the wrath of actress Jameela Jamil for promoting "appetite suppressant lollipops" to her 111-million followers on Instagram. They're giving the first 500 people on their website 15% OFF so if you want to get your hands on some.you need to do it quick!
This isn't the first time the Kardashians have been in hot water over a sponsored post; who can forget the time the family were contacted by the USA government asking them to disclose over 100 paid posts on their collective Instagram feeds.
The backlash was immediate, with fans criticising Kardashian in the comments for promoting "such an unhealthy approach to weightloss".
"No. Fuck off. No".
"Fuck off. No. You bad and toxic influence on young girls". "I love their mom's branding capabilities, she is an exploitative however revolutionary genius, nevertheless this household makes me really feel precise despair over what ladies are decreased to", Jamil, 32, tweeted.
"MAYBE don't take urge for food suppressors and eat sufficient to gas your BRAIN and work onerous and achieve success". And to play with your kids.
Other Instagram users also criticised Kardashian.
The company's website says the lollipops are created to be eaten when people experience food cravings.
But there is a disclaimer which says: "These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration". "Kim took second", the US Federal Trade Commission posted to their site, sparking a conversation around undisclosed celebrity and influencer paid posts on social media and leading to the advent of the #ad era. It has previously fallen foul of the Advertising Standards Agency after an Instagram campaign with Shore's Sophie Kasaei which falsely claimed one of their products could reduce "water weight".
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