However, unlike most sugary snacks, this particular product was promoted by Kim as an appetite minimising lolly - 'They're Appetite Suppressant Lollipops and they're literally unreal'. They're giving the first 500 people on their website 15 percent OFF so if you want to get your hands on some... you need to do it quick!
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. With eating disorders proving to be a risky mental health issue, especially in young women, some fans think Kardashian should issue an apology and a message on body positivity to encourage her young fans to be healthy, take care of themselves, and to love the form they were born with. Jamil added that Kim's entire family makes her "feel actual despair over what women are reduced to". And to have fun with your friends.
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And, as a final note, in a very sick way, all of this coverage will likely spike sales for the Flat Tummy Co (still can't believe that's a real name of a real business).
The company's website says the lollipops are created to be taken when people experience food cravings. "And to have something to say about your life at the end, other than 'I had a flat stomach, '" she continued, ending with GIF-y flair. "So offended right now", one user wrote.
The 37-year-old shared a photo of herself with one of the Flat Tummy Co lollipops in her mouth and wrote in the caption: "You guys..." For reasons I can not understand, many young people follow and worship the ground KK walks on with her ridiculous designers heels that cost more than my mortgage. Encouraging people to starve when you have such a huge platform of young, impressionable women.More news: Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato release empowering collab 'Fall in Line'
"You are an absolute disgrace". "This is incredibly damaging and unsafe".
"What kind of mother would advertise appetite suppressants".
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