However, in the post, fans noticed that a comment from Insta user @dpalaciol40 — who appears to be an athlete from his page — went missing.
“@dpalaciol40where did your comment go?”
“Did u delete @dpalaciol40 comment”
“@dpalaciol40 your work isn’t done here”
“She gets called out by our people’s champ himself @dpalaciol40”
“@dpalaciol40 it’s comment is gone bro ! She can’t handle [fire]”
“Damn why you deleting @dpalaciol40 ‘s essay. Dude even cited his sources”
Things came to a head when one commenter flat out accused the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum of erasing comments. The user wrote:
“You’re a ducking coward for deleting the comments that call you out Jesus Christ”
That’s when the Don’t Be Tardy star clapped back by writing:
“No I have words blocked and you’re a coward for commenting from a fake account. Show yourself.”
As seen here:
If Biermann did, in fact, delete comments, she did a poor job, as the post still has PLENTY of negative remarks criticizing the reality TV personality for promoting such an “unhealthy” product.
“You really shouldn’t promote unhealthy ways of dieting…be smarter”
“Why are you promoting something like this instead of healthy eating habits and healthy ways of losing weight instead of shakes that just cause someone to shed weight quickly and temporarily? It’s not healthy.”
“Anything for a buck”
“Why r u promoting something that is harmful to the very people that r ur following and support u… money isn’t everything ur just a coward”
“There’s no way you just use that and your mom uses 310. Obv you guys work out and have millions to look that good.”
“I call BS…she doesn’t use this.”
“This is not healthy”
“Dumbest thing ive ever seen!!”
“Do you actually take that?”
Others tagged The Good Place actress Jameela Jamil, who has famous criticized celebs such as Cardi B and Kim Kardashian West for promoting similar health products.
“We need @jameelajamilofficial up in here x”
“Nooooo @i_weigh @jameelajamilofficial”
Whether you hate her or love her, Brielle ALWAYS stands her ground!