The good place actress Jameela Jamil is fed up with celebrities selling detox tea on Instagram and tweeted on Saturday that she hopes "everyone will shit in public."
"I hope all these celebrities will shit in public, like poor women who buy this nonsense on recommendation," Jamil wrote.
"It's not that they really take this shit, they just whip it because they need MORE MONEY," he continued.
Jamil specifically called rapper Cardi B, who had published an Instagram sponsored for a brand of detox tea on Friday.
In it, Cardi claimed that the tea, which has a laxative effect, had helped her lose weight she had gained after giving birth to her daughter Kulture four months ago.
Instead, Jamil noted that there are much better ways to lose weight, such as eating lots of green leafy vegetables.
"You need fiber! It's not something that honestly makes you have diarrhea the day you take it and constipates you in the long term …", wrote Jamil.
BuzzFeed News contacted Cardi B for comments.
A representative of Jamil refused to add anything else to his tweets.
The Kardashian sisters, along with a stack of lesser-known influencers from Instagram, try and sell "detox" teas.
Khloe Kardashian also spent the week of Thanksgiving preparing a tea that says it gives people a flatter stomach, although there is no scientific evidence that it works.
This is not the first celebrity convened by Jamil that drives these appetite suppressants to young women in social media sponsored publications.
Kim Kardashian West angered the fans when she posted about an appetite suppressor lollipop in May.
"You are a terrible and toxic influence for young girls," Jamil wrote of Kardashian West at the time.
On Saturday, Jamil told anyone who wants to be healthier to see a doctor, instead of imitating what he sees online.
"In general, just never take advice on diets from women who know nothing about nutrition / basic advertising ethics," he wrote. "If you want to be healthier, talk to a coach / doctor."