There's no question the Kardashians have put their name towards some seriously unusual advertisements.
On Tuesday (May 15), reality star Kim Kardashian released an advertisement on her Instagram for appetite-suppressing lollipops by Flat Tummy. From gummy bears that are meant to promote hair growth to tea that will help you lose weight, the Kardashian/Jenner family have proved they'll put their name to nearly anything-for a price. She captioned it, "My babies".
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"She's like, 'We're having a tea party".
Actress Jameela Jamil then weighed in, posting a heated message to Twitter telling Kardashian West to "fuck off" and describing her influence as "terrible and toxic".
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Kardashian has since removed the post, although at the time of writing it remains viewable as an Instagram Story. "Kylie had the most problem posts". Unsurprisingly Kylie is now the richest person in the family, followed by big sister Kim Kardashian.
Kourtney Kardashian has also copped heat for her lifestyle choices, namely, her tiny portions and gluten free diet, despite not suffering from any sort of gluten allergies.
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Given that she has more than 111 million Instagram followers and is a social influencer, fans said she should not be endorsing questionable practices. Take the poll as to whether or not Kimmy should remove the promotion (below)!