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"The Good Place" star Jameela Jamil is quickly proving herself to be an icon, not just in the realm of comedy television but also in the body-positive movement. She's always outspoken about the struggles she's overcome to accept her own body, and more importantly, she stands up for women and men who don't have as big a voice as she does.

She's also not afraid to point out absolute crockery when she sees it. Flat Tummy Tea, the end of your time is quickly approaching.

These days, it's almost impossible to get on Instagram without coming across a sponsored post for some sort of weight-loss tea.

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The Kardashians, Blac Chyna, Amber Rose, and Iggy Azalea are just a few of the celebrities who peddle Flat Tummy Tea, FitTea, or Lyfe Tea, all of which claim to suppress the appetite, increase weight loss, and a bunch of other BS.

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Even Cardi B just promoted a similar tea, called Teami, which she claims helped her lose weight after giving birth.

That rightfully set Jamil off — she took to Twitter to denounce Flat Tummy Tea specifically and the safety hazard it poses to women.

"I hope all these celebrities all sh*t their pants in public, the way the poor women who buy this nonsense upon their recommendation do," she wrote.

"If you want to 'curb your appetite' eat some damn green vegetables or have some nutritious natural vegetable soup. You need fiber! Not something that honestly just makes you have diarrhea the day you take it and constipates you in the long run..."

"Generally just don’t ever take diet advice from women who know nothing about nutrition/basic advertising ethics."

If you think that was savage, just wait until you read Jamil's second rant about the issue.

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After Iggy Azalea posted a Flat Tummy Tea advertisement, she truly went for it.

"I was the teenager who starved herself for years, who spent all her money on these miracle cures and laxatives and tips from celebrities on how to maintain a weight that was lower than what my body wanted it to be."

"I am not going to stop coming after all the people, men and women, who perpetuate this gross culture of forcing women to remain small and doll-like in order to be accepted by society. F*cking TRY ME."

"20 years ago celebrities pushing false patriarchal ideals onto other women could be excused for not understanding the ramifications of this bad behavior, as there was less information and no social media and no mainstream body positivity or mental health awareness. But NOW?"

"Give us the discount codes to your nutritionists, personal chefs, personal trainers, airbrushers and plastic surgeons you bloody liars."

"If you tell your fans to be thinner, you don’t love your fans. You don’t give a shit about them or their mental health or self worth," she finished.

Long story short, we need Jameela Jamil more than ever right now.

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And we need this sexist and unsafe weight loss garbage to end.