Khloé Kardashian did an ad for an anti-migraine drug, raising questions about whether sponcon for medication is taking things too far https://t.co/MiaX4S1q14— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) November 11, 2020
Is there anything the Kardashian / Jenner clan won’t promote to make a peso? The answer is no. Earlier this week Khloé Kardashian tweeted out a sponsored post about Nurtec ODT, a prescription medication for acute migraines manufactured by a drug company called Biohaven. Many online raised serious ethical concerns over reality stars and influencers sponsoring medications for Big Pharma, while others asked if this medication was a bronzer. You can see more reactions behind the cut.
A spokesperson for Khloé Kardashian told BuzzFeed News that they were not going to comment on the matter.
[Sponsored Ads Behind The Cut]
#Sponsored With #NurtecODT I dared to reimagine life with #migraine. From launching new businesses to spending time with family, I'm dreaming BIGGER & so are others. Ask your doctor & visit https://t.co/ZyOwmQhWad. Most common side effect was nausea. PI: https://t.co/7GJ4MzjteG pic.twitter.com/A5Eswk2wnO— Khloé (@khloekardashian) November 9, 2020
Here's Khloé's #migraine story. @khloekardashian What's yours? Share using #NurtecODT. For acute (not preventive) treatment of migraine in adults. Don't take if allergic to Nurtec ODT. Most common side effect was nausea. PI: https://t.co/wZDdZ9yfXi— Nurtec™ ODT (rimegepant) (@NurtecODT) November 6, 2020
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