Kevin Smith has a had a whirlwind couple of years.
The New Jersey-born director has misplaced almost 60 kilos since he suffered a large coronary heart assault between comedy units in Feb. 2018.
That weight reduction journey has been well-documented by Smith himself, who attributes most of his success to adopting a vegan life-style after which changing into a Weight Watchers ambassador.
With simply over a month to go earlier than the premiere of “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot,” Smith took to Instagram to name out a phishing rip-off that exploits his weight reduction story.
Final summer season, Smith shared the photo above as a joke to recreate the well-known “jorts” picture snapped by a paparazzo throughout his heftier days.
The phishing rip-off claims Smith misplaced weight by adopting the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic weight loss program and jogging each few days. Oh, and “taking these capsules.”
“That quote attributed to me shouldn’t be solely grammatically incorrect, I consider it’s additionally fabricated, as I’ve *by no means* jogged and the one capsules I take are heart-related prescriptions mandated by my heart specialist,” Smith wrote.
Of all of the folks on this planet who could be the duvet superstar for a weight reduction phishing rip-off, Kevin Smith would by no means have appeared to suit the kind.
The URL seen on the prime of the picture shared by Smith does not even load, so it seems the fraud has been pulled down. As for the Keto HD capsules, they’re being hawked from quite a lot of flimsy and strange websites with suspicious ensures of 100% satisfaction.
One website purporting to deal with whether or not Keto HD is a rip-off encompasses a long review written in atrocious English.
“At case you really should get this recipe and no matter ought to actually be discounted, on the time you actually can accomplish this within the form of those web site,” the web page explains.
Proper. You are most likely going to wish to steer clear of Keto HD capsules.