Jameela Jamil calls Kardashian "toxic" over diet ad

Jameela Jamil calls Kardashian

Jameela Jamil calls Kardashian "toxic" over diet ad

"@KimKardashian's promotion of "Appetite Suppressing Lollipops" clearly shows that she favours her payday above the health and wellbeing of her impressionable audience".

Kardashian's followers swiftly jumped in the comments section, some even accusing her of recklessly promoting eating disorders.

"The Good Place" actress uploaded her shot to Twitter along with a fire-roasted tweet explaining how unhealthy it was for someone with a reach like KKW's to promote not eating.

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'No. F*** off. No.

Kardashian quickly deleted the post after all of the backlash, but some people believe she hasn't gone far enough. And to have fun with your friends. "You are setting the worst example to girls all over the world", one commenter wrote, as reported by Mashable. She runs a seperate Instagram account to her own personal one that promotes body positivity called @i_weigh which we encourage you to check out.

Television presenter Jameela Jamil was also among those to hit back vociferously at Kardashian's advert, telling her to "have something to say about your life at the end, other than "I had a flat stomach". Kim's sister Khloe was slammed in March after writing a post on her app titled "5 Hacks to Look Thin AF in Pics". The woman is super-wealthy and influential - does she really need to promote lollipops of any description at this point?

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"I admire their mother's branding capabilities, she is an exploitative but innovative genius", wrote Jamil.

Detox teas and appetite-suppressing treats often exist in a regulatory grey area. "So with one to two pops per day, you'll have your hunger under control and cravings in check".

And Jamil was not the only person who took issue with Kardashian's post.

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Many Instagram and Twitter users voiced issues about the post, stating the photo promoted disordered eating and was especially unsafe to Kardashian's younger fans, who look up to her. "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.

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