Jameela Jamil Shreds Kim Kardashian For Promoting 'Appetite Suppressant' Lollipops


Kim Kardashian's flogging "Appetite Suppressant Lollipops" on Insta.

In the shot, Kim appeared to be undressed as she posed seductively with a red lollipop by company Flat Tummy Co, staring into the camera lense as she held the candy in her pouting mouth.

As you've likely seen, the KUWTK star has been DRAGGED online for supporting Flat Tummy's appetite-suppressant lollipops.

In January Kardashian West also promoted a program from Flat Belly Co., which featured her holding milk in her underwear while drinking...something else?

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'No. F*** off. No.

'Question "babes" - how do you sleep at night knowing that you endorse and encourage food restriction and disordered eating?' she tweeted the brand.

After receiving enormous online criticism, Kardashian deleted the sponsored post. And to have fun with your friends.

Celebrities and fans are calling her post "toxic" and a "terrible influence" on her young fans.

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This isn't the first time Jamil has called out the Kardashian-Jenners for insinuating that a woman's worth should be measured by her size.

Jamil continued to tweet about body shaming and "bad 'influencers.'" She recently gave an interview to The Cut in which she said, "It's insane and criminal to have a platform and not use it for good ..."

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".

But on this particular post, Kim was met with thousands of comments about taking money for encouraging poor eating habits and low self-esteem among young women.

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"This is disgusting", wrote one. Despite Kardashian deleting the post, screenshots of the controversial ad made the rounds on social media Thursday. "Apples are filled with antioxidants flavonoids and fiber which can help reduce the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease- that's more than you can say about a lollipop", she says.