Here we go again. The fitspo queen herself Khloé Kardashian is being called out for paid sponsorships of weight loss products. Fans attacked the blonde bombshell for her Instagram side hustle, despite making millions from her other ventures.
On July 24, Khloé, 35, posted a pic looking fit and toned for a paid partnership with Flat Tummy Co. “#ad Literally been obsessed with @flattummyco’s shake program lately. I swear life just keeps getting busier and these are super convenient to bring everywhere. They totally help me look and feel my best,” wrote the dash doll followed by a 20 percent discount.
Fans were quick to quarrel in the comments. Some said she is “paying her bills,” while others wrote, “The money she gets from KUWTK, Revenge Body, and Good American will keep her great-grandchildren living luxury lives, she’s not that broke that she needs to promote this garbage.”
Another user wrote, “I feel you should be honest that your amazing body doesn’t come from this product or any other product. It comes from eating healthy, working out and doing it for results, and your cosmetic enhancements.” The user continued, “I realize you make money off of these products, but don’t mislead people to spend money for zero results.” Ouch.
This isn’t the first time the KUWTK star has been slammed her weight loss promos. The Good Place actress Jameela Jamil has been very vocal about the Kardashians and her issues with them promoting weight these types of products. “They’re selling products with bold claims of abilities with weight loss and aesthetic differences. They’re contributing their aesthetic that is down to a trainer, a chef, a dietician, photoshop and surgery to a powder you buy over the internet,” Jameela, 33, told Charlamagne tha God in an interview released by the Hollywood Reporter. “They don’t drink them, I don’t know if these people actually take these products. They definitely can’t know what’s in them or you would never recommend that to a 13-year-old.”
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