Kim Kardashian's body has made many people jealous, no matter the age, but with impressionable young minds, it could be conceived as toxic, because, in a way, she is saying "to get my body, just use these suckers", and that is clearly not the case. She captioned it, "My babies".
"My babies", read the caption on the picture of the pair having a bath. "You must feel so blessed".
Agreeing, another shares: 'Kim Kardashian, multi millionaire, promoting appetite suppressant lollipops to her millions of followers, of which will be children, teenagers and young adults and many facing eating disorders'.
"In the messed up world in which we live this photo should not be on social media", read one comment. Last week, the Council of Fashion Designers of America announced it was honouring the star with its first ever Influencer Award, "such is her ability to dictate taste and get people to buy things", Mahdawi adds.
But, we wanna know what you think!
The post disappeared from Instagram for a while and it was initially thought that Kim deleted the image after all the backlash.
But Kim's fans were quick in their defence of the star, commenting in their thousands.
Kim Kardashian West is in hot water for her latest sponsored post
Although being told that she may never walk again, with steroid treatment and physiotherapy, Jameela recovered and went on to teach English to foreign students before becoming a model, photographer and fashion scout for Model Management Limited.
'Don't concentrate on school or work or achievements or your kids or your friendships or love. just make *sure* you look "THIN AF" in your edited Instagram pictures girls.
"Nothing wrong with a mother sharing a picture of her loving children", wrote another.
But considering the Kar-Jenner family take home an estimated $665,000 per paid Instagram post, we're guessing the tea, gummy bear and waist training ads aren't going anywhere soon.
"I believe Kim Kardashian is so bloody irresponsible posting about urge for food suppressant lollipops".
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Mohamed Salah's boots added to British Museum collection
The Egypt global has impressed this season, winning the Premier League golden boot with a record 32 goals. Salah's boots will be displayed alongside other artifacts from ancient Egypt .