In a now deleted sponsored Instagram post, Kim Kardashian fueled the internet’s anger machine yet again by promoting appetite suppressant lollipops by the Flat Tummy Co. to her 111 million followers. Kim posted a photo of her with the candy and wrote in her caption that the lollipops are “literally unreal”; she was basically advertising a discount for the lollipops. 

Fans and other celebrities alike immediately pounced on the post, most claiming it was an unhealthy way to lose weight and promoting unrealistic ideas about healthy eating. After all, Kim does have a bangin’ body, but it’s unlikely she got it just from a few lollipops—she has enough money to hire trainers and chefs and generally have a lifestyle conducive to remaining thin.  

Jameela Jamil, star of the excellent NBC comedy The Good Place, had a very strong reaction. On Twitter, Jamil responded by calling Kim a “terrible and toxic influence on young girls.” She praised Kris Jenner’s “branding capabilities” but concluded that “this family makes me feel actual despair over what women are reduced to.” Jamil further suggested eating enough to “fuel your brain and work hard and be successful.” 

According to the product page, the lollipops contain satiereal, a “clinically proven safe active ingredient extracted from natural plants” that maximizes satiety and, in turn, controls food intake, cravings, and weight. The company further recommends 1-2 lollipops per day to keep hunger and cravings under control; it is intended to "hold you over" until your next meal and not act as a meal replacement. The brand, which aims to “[help] you get that tummy flat and [keep] it that way,” also sells “flat tummy tea” and “flat tummy shakes.”

Most people took to Twitter to call Kim out, although a few didn’t see the issue and defended her. Check out some of the reactions below.