The "Good Place" star took to Twitter after seeing Amber's sponsored Instagram post.
"FLAT TUMMY PRODUCTS FOR...PREGNANT WOMEN? Is this FDA approved? Are we...f--king...KIDDING?" the "Good Place" star tweeted after seeing the SlutWalk founder's sponsored Instagram post.
"Food baby or real baby @flattummyco knows bloat's a total B*TCH!" Amber captioned a shot of her holding a bag of Flat Tummy Organic Pregnancy Tea. "They've just launched an organic pregnancy tea to help us moms with those bloated, nauseous, blah feeling days! It's safe to take while pregnant and breastfeeding. Check out flattummyco.com for their full line up now!"
Flat Tummy Co. had no comment when contacted by TooFab. We have also reached out to reps for Amber Rose.
In April, Amber announced she was pregnant with her second child, a baby boy she'll share with her boyfriend, Def Jam Records' Vice President of A&R Alexander "AE" Edwards.
"@ae4president and I are SUPER excited to announce that we have a sweet little baby boy on the way!" she captioned a photo of herself getting an ultrasound exam. "P.S. Sebastian is soooooo happy to be a big brother!" Amber shares son Sebastian Taylor Thomaz, 6, with ex-husband Wiz Khalifa.
AE added, "Even when it's dark...my SON will shine. Thank u baby 4 my greatest gift. shit wild! I love you. I can't wait to thug it out w my baby boy. & baby boy, I promise I won't get mad if ur first words r 'where the bitches @?' (jokinggg - no hyper-masculinity)."
For Jameela's part, she's long been critical of celebrities endorsing weight-loss supplements and diet teas, asking those who peddle "skinny" products to "give us the discount codes to your nutritionists, personal chefs, personal trainers, air-brushers and plastic surgeons."
Jameela, who's spoken about having suffered from an eating disorder in the past, continues to ask both the media and famous people with platforms to help spark change in diet culture.
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