Backlash is just part and parcel of Kim Karadashian's world - just yesterday she was slammed for promoting diet lollipops.
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But Kardashian West's followers weren't having a bar of it, flooding her comment section and questioning as to why the reality TV star/beauty mogul was encouraging young women to suppress their appetite in favour of a flat tummy. They're giving the primary 500 individuals on their web site 15 % OFF so if you wish to get your fingers on some... you'll want to do it fast! F*** off. No. You awful and toxic influence on young girls. "I love their mom's branding capabilities, she is an exploitative however modern genius, nevertheless this household makes me really feel precise despair over what girls are diminished to", Jamil tweeted.More news: 'I hear covfefe': President Trump weighs in on 'yanny' and 'laurel'
'MAYBE don't take appetite suppressors and eat enough to fuel your BRAIN and work hard and be successful.
The post provoked an outcry on social media, with followers pointing out that "appetite suppressants aren't healthy and can send a particularly harmful message" to the "impressionable fans that watch Kardashian's every move", says InStyle magazine.More news: Instagram finally realized Feed and Stories are part of the same app
Kim has since deleted the post. Shameful, ' said one Instagram user. "It makes me upset seeing so many people call her a bad mom, like just leave her alone and raise your own kids??" In September past year, the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) ordered it to take down a post from Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei's Instagram that advertised a slimming tea product. Followers additionally criticized Spelling, who responded to at least one consumer questioning whether or not the actress used the merchandise she promoted.
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