Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Kim Kardashian Called a 'Toxic Influence' After Promoting Appetite Suppressants on Instagram

Kim Kardashian Called a 'Toxic Influence' After Promoting Appetite Suppressants on Instagram

Jameela's followers praised her for calling out Kim's post while sharing their own disbelief at the ad - which has also disappointed plus-size model and self-love advocate Felicity Hayward. You awful and toxic influence on young girls.

And fans were left reeling by Kim's choice to work with the brand, taking to the comments under her picture to slam her for promoting a "terrible" message. The post has since deleted, but the backlash remains fervent.

"She initially wrote "#ad You guys. @flattummyco just dropped a new product. "Appetite suppressant lollipops. I know y'all will do anything for money but capitalizing off of a product created to encourage disordered eating sICK".

Her post included a promo code for 15% off.

The same company has had social media adverts banned in the UK.

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Kardashian, 37, decision was immediately questioned considering she is a mother of three children - including two daughters, North, 4, and Chicago, four months.

The founder of I Weigh, a social media campaign geared towards supplanting society's focus on their physical appearance by recognizing their achievements as human beings, further notes how "this family makes me feel actual despair over what women are reduced to". "They're Appetite Suppressant Lollipps and they're literally unreal". "Jesus Christ they're moeny hungry.no respect", a Twitter user wrote in response to the actress. "You're a role model to so many young impressionable people and you have chosen to push a product encouraging appetite suppressing.irresponsible much?" And to play with your kids.

The Flat Tummy Co brand who makes the pops (and who have 1.5 million followers online) claim that 'it's a struggle to get the time to keep that tummy flat, ' and that these products will 'move some of those stubborn lbs'.

The company's website says the lollipops are created to be taken when people experience food cravings.

"It works to maximise satiety (which helps control food intake, cravings and weight)", according to the product description.

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