Lainey Wilson Talks About Weight Loss Gummy Using Her Name: “People Will Do Whatever for a Dollar”

Country superstar Lainey Wilson recently posted a video on social media, alerting her fans to beware of deceptive weight loss gummy ad campaigns that falsely use her name as a promoter.

In a video shared on Tuesday, June 20, she urged her followers to be cautious of these deceptive campaigns circulating on the internet.

“PSA if y’all have seen these ads, they’re entirely fake. Don’t fall for them and help me out by reporting them when you see them,” Wilson captioned the PSA.

“Alright y’all, by now I’m sure a lot y’all have seen some ads about me losing weight, being hospitalized and then I started taking some weight loss gummies and blah blah blah that saved my life. Well surprise, it ain’t true,” Wilson stated. ”People will do whatever to make a dollar, even if it is lies. Cause ain’t nobody sent me any gummies.”

Wilson further emphasized that some fans may have observed her slight weight loss over the past few months. However, she reassured her fans that this transformation had nothing to do with weight loss gummies. Instead, she said it would be because of her performing for long hours on stage every day.

She concluded with a heartfelt message to her fans, expressing her deep love and concern for them, stating that she cannot bear to see them waste their money on something that is not genuine.

“I love y’all. I just don’t want y’all spending money on something that ain’t real. Do not fall for it, but I’ll tell you what,” she said, before joking that ”It’d be real nice if they made some gummies that made ya ass tell the truth. You get a gummy, you get a gummy, we all gettin’ gummies.”