Kim Kardashian slammed for promoting appetite suppressing lollipops

Kim Kardashian slammed for promoting appetite suppressing lollipops

Those who follow Kim Kardashian on social media (which is pretty much everyone, right?) will be well accustomed to seeing adorable pictures of her three children.

Backlash is just part and parcel of Kim Karadashian's world - just yesterday she was slammed for promoting diet lollipops.

"They're giving the first 500 people on their website 15% OFF so if you want to get your hands on some... you need to do it quick!"

"My babies", read the caption on the picture of the pair having a bath. Instead, she found herself under fire, with many commenting that an online photo of her unclothed children was totally inappropriate and violated their privacy.

"Their handsome smiling faces - you must be so proud", wrote another. "And to have one thing to say about your life on the finish, aside from 'I had a flat abdomen, '" she added.

The reality star innocently posted a pic of North, 4, and Saint, 2, posing for an adorable photo in the bathtub - and it was actually a refreshing change form the usual stream of selfies she uploads.

'WTF Khloe? Girls keep sending me this screen shot and saying it's making them feel bad.

But, we wanna know what you think!

However, other fans quickly came to the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star's defense, telling people to "get their minds out of the gutter".

Born Jameela Alia Jamil on February 25, 1986, to an Indian father and a Pakistani mother, she was born with congenital hearing loss and labyrinthitis, an inner ear disorder.

She wrote: '#ad You guys...

The mother-of-three has been accused of irresponsibly promoting an "appetite suppressant" lollipop - which has left fans really upset.

The attractive mother of three took to her Instagram page on Thursday, May 17, 2018, where she shared this photo that has got everyone crushing on these adorable cuties.

Kim has since deleted the post. We're exploring shame, narcissism and bloggers unveiled on #GirlsWithGoals Listen in on your iPhone or Android now.

How many selfies have you taken today?

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