“#ad OK, listen up. @flattummyco just launched an Organic Pregnancy Tea to help us moms with those bloated, nauseous, blah feeling days!” the 35-year-old model captioned a photo of herself holding the product with her belly out. “It’s safe to take while pregnant and breastfeeding. This is not a detox tea — it’s specifically designed to help reduce occasional nausea and support digestion during pregnancy — haters stop riding the bandwagon and think for yourselves.”
However, the Good Place star wasn’t happy that Amber was promoting these types of weight loss items. “FLAT TUMMY PRODUCTS FOR … PREGNANT WOMEN?” the 33-year-old wrote on Twitter. “Is this FDA approved? Are we … f–king … KIDDING? @US_FDA.”
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#ad Okay listen up @flattummyco just launched an Organic Pregnancy Tea to help us moms with those bloated, nauseous, blah feeling days! It’s safe to take while pregnant and breastfeeding. This is not a detox tea – it’s specially designed to help reduce occasional nausea and support digestion during pregnancy – haters stop riding the bandwagon and think for yourselves.
The U.K. native continued, “So many women, with such big platforms, promoting such irresponsible f–ksh–t that it blows my mind.”
This isn’t the first time the brunette beauty has called out celebrities on social media, either. Jameela wrote a scathing message to Khloé Kardashian after she promoted weight loss shakes on the ‘Gram, but it’s all for a good reason! The actress doesn’t want people to get the wrong ideas about these goodies, that’s all.
“It’s very irresponsible, and they’re being hospitalized now because these products are so dangerous. Nothing, no powder of the internet can detox you,” she previously told In Touch during the Aerie REALtreat event on June 8. “Only your liver and your kidneys can detox you, and these kids don’t know any better because they’re not being taught how to counteract this assault in schools. Schools need to step up and teach kids social media literacy and teach them about the dangers of these pills because schools and government and media isn’t. I’m doing it.”
The Hollywood A-lister is so passionate about making sure that kids are aware of what they’re putting in their bodies because she once had a bad experience when she was younger. Jameela revealed during an episode of Emerging Hollywood that she was “fully anorexic” by the age of 13 and that she “had an anorexic mentality” until she was about 28 or 29 years old.
“I was the kid who took all of those products and drank one of those drinks, and you know, was up in agony holding my stomach because I was taking laxatives at 12 years old,” she confessed to In Touch. “It was really, really, really scary. I just thought nothing in the world mattered unless I was six and a half stone, which is about 90 pounds, and I’m 5 foot 10, yeah. But I didn’t.”
Why aren’t we listening to Jameela, people?!
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