On Tuesday, Kardashian, who has more than 111 million Instagram followers, posted a photo of herself sucking a red lollipop that the makers claim curbs food cravings.
"She's like, 'We're having a tea party".
Yes, the two eldest children of Kim and Kanye were the focus of their mum's latest post as they posed up a storm from the bathtub. "Kim took second", the US Federal Trade Commission posted to their site, sparking a conversation around undisclosed celebrity and influencer paid posts on social media and leading to the advent of the #ad era. "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.
Jamil added: "MAYBE don't take appetite suppressors and eat enough to fuel your BRAIN and work hard and be successful".
Jenner has been known to congratulate her daughters on new babies or celebrate birthdays with candies like a special cake from the family's favorite L.A. bakery, Hansen's Cakes, but it looks like this time around she wanted to prove a point.
However, not everyone had positive things to say about the picture, of course.
One other girl wrote, "Wow I've misplaced all respect for Kim Kardashian". I refuse to consider that some tin-pot lollipop making firm is paying you THAT MUCH that you just lose all widespread sense to consider the message that this sends your followers and followers. In September previous 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.
The post comes just days after Kim received more backlash for a post about appetite-suppressing lollipops. Followers additionally criticized Spelling, who responded to at least one consumer questioning whether or not the actress used the merchandise she promoted. (You know, the usual sponsored spiel.) But people were not sold on the idea of not eating to be thinner.