Director Kevin Smith is identified for his vary of profitable movies, comics, books, and different initiatives. In February 2018, at a seemingly excessive level regarding his weight, he suffered a coronary heart assault.
Since then, he’s documented his weight reduction journey and the new way of life that he’s adopted, which included turning into an envoy for Weight Watchers. Recently, Smith posted on Instagram to name out a phishing rip-off exploiting his weight reduction journey.
In addition to posting the photograph, he acknowledged in the caption,
“PHISHING PHUCKERS! This image and the click-through link is being posted to folks’ @facebook pages WITHOUT MY PERMISSION! The link attached to the stolen image that I posted on @instagram last year leads to a phishing site, so DO NOT CLICK! This ad is pure bullshit. I never did Keto: to lose weight after my heart attack, I went Vegan and then joined @ww (who made me a #wwambassador). That quote attributed to me is not only grammatically incorrect, I believe it’s also fabricated, as I’ve *never* jogged and the only pills I take are heart-related prescriptions mandated by my cardiologist. If anybody has any link info for this fraud, please provide in the comments below. But most importantly, don’t believe anybody trying to sell you on a weight loss pill, whether using my image and a fake pull quote or not. Fuck, I feel like Homer when he found that Mr. Sparkle box… #KevinSmith #bullshit”
According to the Philly Voice, the hyperlink tracks to Keto HD drugs, which customers could need to avoid.