Some fans think the former 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? star Nicole Nafziger is promoting an unhealthy and “fake” weight loss product.
The former 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? star Nicole Nafziger is already infamous for posting clickbait on her Instagram. Fans are now slamming her for promoting a weight loss app, which doesn’t work in their perception.
Nicole last appeared on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? season 5. During the season, she received a lot of criticism from the audience for not respecting her 29-year-old fiancé Azan Tefou’s culture. Many also speculated that Azan Tefou isn’t in love with her but was only looking for a green card. Due to such backlash, the duo decided not to appear on any of the 90 Day Fiancé spin-offs. Some reports suggested that it was majorly Nicole’s decision to step back. But, she still manages to make news and grab her fan’s attention. Earlier, she was slammed by some fans for extending her stay in Azan’s country, Morocco, and neglecting her daughter, May. She then posted a clickbait picture on her Instagram, which falsely suggested that she was expecting a baby with her beau. Perhaps, she knows that her posts are only to grab eyes; that’s why she also disables the comment section right after posting so that her IG followers can’t comment.
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This time, Nicole is promoting a weight loss app on her Instagram. She posted a picture of herself sitting on a yoga mat while wearing a workout outfit. The former TLC star captioned the photo as, “With the daily reminders to get my workouts in and all the healthy recipes to choose from, I’m feeling good!” But most of her 680K IG followers think she is sponsoring a fake product, which won’t do any good. A fan commented, “She hasn’t lost no weight you gain weight. Fake it’s all fake.” Other one thinks that this product contains laxatives, so it’s unhealthy, and she shouldn’t be advertising it to her fans, “Stop scamming your fans…. this sh*t is horrible and horrible for you…. you feel good selling out and making money off people that could possibly get sick by these products?” Check out the picture Nicole posted on her IG below:
Some 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? viewers also think that the 26-year-old reality TV star hasn’t lost any weight, so she shouldn’t be lying. They commented things like, “I can’t see any diferrence, She’s fat,” “I don’t see a flat tummy!,” and “Don’t just advertise, make sure to use it and do it.” Well, her before and after pictures suggest that she DID lose some weight. And that’s why she was picked by the advertiser to promote this particular product on her social media.
But, if the product is genuinely unhealthy, Nicole is losing her credibility; eventually, she might lose many fans. The Florida native has over half a million followers on IG, and she should be mindfully choosing the products that she advertises. Let’s see if the former 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? star would understand her fans’ feedback and act on it.
Source: Nicole Nafziger/Instagram
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