Remember, the internet is undefeated and always will be…
Evelyn Lozada is now a brand ambassador for “Flat Tummy Tea” and her first promo fell “Flat” with her friends. Did you see what I did there?
Anyway, the Basketball Wives star joins an expanding list of other celebs promoting the brand.
However, the Internet isn't buying it and they are dragging Lozada across the internet for promoting the “Flat Tummy Tea” lies.
Sitting on a gym bench in a swimsuit, Evelyn was pictured holding her Flat Tummy Tea.
Sharing the photo on Instagram, the mother-of-two wrote: “#ad Got my @flattummyco meal replacement shakes in hand and I’m feeling pretty good about it. They are packed with protein, vitamins, and nutrients so they are perfect after getting a good sweat on.”
The internet wasted no time going in about Lozada getting paid to post the “Flat Tummy Team scam”.
One of her followers told Evelyn that: “You still trying to push that fake [expletive] flat tummy yes. You really need some coins huh! GTFOH.”
A second person added: “Girl how much they paying you? We already know issa scam at dis point.”
This third fan wrote: “That [expletive] does not work! Ladies don’t even waste your money.”
Another follower agreed and told her the same thing: “You know damn well that [expletive] don’t work.”
Of course, Evelyn is not the first star to feel the wrath of internet for the product and the advertisement as Toya Wright and her daughter Reginae Carter got it as well last October.
The Reality TV mom shared a photo of herself enjoying the controversial flat tummy lollipops, writing in the caption, "#ad No bloat to worry about here. @flattummyco’s lollipops keeps my eating on track (obvs, I have a few treats here and there), but for the most part Im pretty good! You should try them for yourself since they’re 20% off.
Fans clapped back at Toya in the comments section of her post:
One wrote, "Toya why you playing? Coins talk though."
#ad No bloat to worry about here. @flattummyco’s lollipops keeps my eating on track (obvs, I have a few treats here and there), but for the most part Im pretty good! . You should try them for yourself since they’re 20% off.
A second follower wrote, "So doing my own research these lollipops is made with sugar.. no good for you .. so people don’t let these fake celebs fool you into buying this crap. All promotion for them and the company.. keep suckin on that sugar that’s why she so big and not losing weight..."
Another adds, "Don't nobody believe this @flattummyco crap anymore after Blac Chyna promoted this after having a baby then got busted for having surgery to achieve that flat stomach."
Toya's daughter with Lil Wayne, Reginae, is also claiming the lollipops assist with weight loss.
Carter has slimmed down recently, but many doubt it's due to the latest weight loss fad.
Reginae took to social media to promote the suckers, writing, "#ad FIERCE. Yep, that’s how I’m feeling right about now with the help of @flattummyco. Their pops keep me from late-night snacking so my tummy stays snatched 24/7. You need to get on this with me while their 20% off sale is on. Go check em’ out."
#ad FIERCE. Yep, that’s how I’m feeling right about now with the help of @flattummyco. Their pops keep me from late-night snacking so my tummy stays snatched 24/7. You need to get on this with me while their 20% off sale is on. Go check em’ out.
Her followers went after her in the comments section:
One wrote, "Stop scamming sis! A [expletive] lollipop don’t make your tummy flat."
Other fans wrote comments like, "Those are not healthy snacks" and "you are a disgusting human for promoting eating disorders."
#ad I'm seeing real results with @flattummyco and getting my tummy in check for summer! They have 20% off going on right now, and I suggest you get on these programs with me.
What are your thoughts on the backlash?