Former Love Island star Frankie Foster has blasted celebrities and influencers who advertise slimming aids on their social media channels.
Fitness and health expert Frankie took particular aim at Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry, and Ibiza Weekender’s David Potts.
David originally shared images on Instagram of himself apparently showing before and after pictures to illustrate his weight loss thanks to a diet supplement.
He captioned it: “ YASSS ! Got me looking DAMN FINE These shots helped my cravings all week and my waistline is looking SO GOOD DEF grabbing a bundle next so I can try the other flavours If you huns are looking for results quick you HAVE to try this – they have buy one get one free online RN so grab a box!!” [sic]
However, Frankie, who is a qualified personal trainer, pointed out the floors in David’s reported weight loss and shared his opinions with his 455,000 followers.
Frankie, who also re-posted a picture that Chloe Ferry had shared, said: “@DavidWeekender stop conning your followers into spending money on unhealthy & useless products for your own gain”.
But David didn’t take the criticism well and sent a direct message saying: “Honestly hun why are you so bothered about what I’m doing. Don’t dedicate all your evening to talk about me your stories. Grow up.” [sic]
Fit Frankie then replied to him: “Because you have a s**t load of followers… some of who might now waste their money on a useless product thinking its the answer to their weight loss goals.
“Nice 5 second transformation too btw, I like how you pulled the t shirt down a touch.”
David then told Frankie to try the product he was flogging before making any comment on it.
Speaking exclusively to OK! online: Frankie Foster said: “It’s crazy how many DMs I’ve had since posting about these so-called influencers sharing their diet supplements.
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“I’ve had more messages now than when I did Love Island. These fad supplements do not help with weight loss and I don’t advise you doing anything that promises results in such a short period of time.
“Losing weight and losing fat are two different things. Losing body weight so quickly is not healthy. It’s dangerous.”
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