Blac Chyna, Monica, Kylie Jenner & More Face ‘Flat Tummy Tea’ Drama

Published: Tuesday 2nd May 2017 by David

We’ve all seen them.

Sticking out like glittered thumbs on the social media pages of influencers are posts touting ‘Flat Tummy Tea’, a product which promises to offer its patrons a flatter and fitter gut within days.

Alas, it appears that the fun may be over for stars who push the highly recommended product and products like it to their fans in exchange for easy cash.

Don’t let that smile fool you, bloat. Our girl @biabrasileiro1 is about to take you down. #watchout #backtoflat

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The Federal Trade Commission, which seeks to “eliminate and prevent anticompetitive business practices”, feels consumers are being fooled into purchasing products recommended to them by cash-hungry stars with large social media followings.

In response to the supposed bamboozlement, it penned letters to 90 influencers which “advises” them to disclose the compensation they receive in exchange for pushing products.

A portion of the letter reads:

Many consumers will not understand a disclosure like “#sp,” “Thanks [Brand],” or “#partner” in an Instagram post to mean that the post is sponsored.

Consumers should be able to notice the disclosure easily, and not have to look for it. For example, consumers viewing posts in their Instagram streams on mobile devices typically see only the first three lines of a longer post unless they click ‘more,’ and many consumers may not click ‘more.’ Therefore, you should disclose any material connection above the ‘more’ button.

The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, which fears young children are put at risk by careless and cunning commercials, issued this statement in response to the FTC’s letter.

We’re glad the FTC is encouraging influencer’s on Instagram to be more forthright, but we hope they expand that
initiative to include YouTube and other social media, which reach millions of children and we hope the FTC will take strong action against any influences who refuse to comply with the rules.


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  1. Kwinzy May 2, 2017

    Always wondered how much celebs get paid for that foolery…

    • Metzo May 2, 2017

      Same. I see this mess all over Insta

      • Show Me Your Teeth May 2, 2017

        Wonder how much Beyoncé was paid to advertise sugary drinks like Pepsi. I can only imagine how many people have diabetes because of her.

      • The Wig Snatcher May 2, 2017

        @Rotten False Teeth – Coming for Beyoncé made your day. Didn’t it, loser?

      • King Of The Blackout Shade May 3, 2017

        Did someone mention Beyoncé and her Pepsi commercial? I’m not a Stan but damn the shade wrote itself in that comment. Pepsi or colon cleanser tea ☕️ ? Lol please don’t be mad because your favorite artist playing themselves endorsing this mess. Miracle Tea? The lies honey, that will only make you ? Yourself.

  2. FAF May 2, 2017

    PPl are dumb as hell
    K Michelle and chyna promote teeth whitening
    They both have veneers
    You can’t whiten porcelain

    • King Of The Blackout Shade May 3, 2017

      Please tell me you are telling lies because I can’t. They disrespect their “fans” by trying to play them for dumb. lol I wish I would see K Michelle trying to sell this. What next a workout video… ?

  3. Kennedy May 2, 2017

    My cousin and I have tried some of those tea’s, and they work.

    • No Basic Zone May 2, 2017

      Funny because Beyonce’s fans are usually full of xxxx.

      • Kennedy May 2, 2017

        LOL Girl, relax. Here, have some ☕

  4. The Wig Snatcher May 2, 2017

    With all the plastic surgery these Instagram and reality TV “celebrity” thots get to look like how they appear, and people actually believe that the stuff works??? Where’s my check? I’ll do it for cheaper than Kim K. but more than Monica and Blac Chyna.

    • Fancy BISH May 3, 2017

      “Where’s my check? I’ll do it for cheaper than Kim K. but more than Monica and Blac Chyna.” -The Wig Snatcher

      • King Of The Blackout Shade May 3, 2017

        Fancy that shade made me freeze a little. Can they at least try to sell something half believable. Like maybe a ? book? “From the ratchet bottom, to the middle” by K. Michelle
        Just throwing ideas out there.

  5. Lmfao_Hoe May 2, 2017

    Lazy as hell. Just hit the damn gym lol

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