Beyonce revealed how she lost weight in a span of one year postpartum and it was because of her 22-day diet. The “Lion King” actress was, however, criticized by a TV host on Twitter causing upheaval among netizens.

TV host Joelle Tomlinson (@CTVJoelle), however, tweeted her disappointment on Queen Bey for saying her postpartum weight gain was every woman’s nightmare and promoting a strict adherence to diet. But what seemed to cause the debate on Twitter resulting to netizens defending Beyonce was the CTV Morning’s statement on the latter part of the tweet.

Tomlinson’s online response to Beyonce’s promotional video, of course, did not go unnoticed by Netizens. Here are some of their reactions to the said tweet.

Beyonce weighed 218 pounds when she gave birth to her twins, Rumi and Sir, in 2017. The “Spirit” singer planned to perform at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the same year but it did not push through because of her pregnancy, CNN reported.

Beyonce ventured out on a diet for 22 days, limiting herself from breads, carbs, sugar, dairy, meat, fish and alcohol. Tomlinson, on the other hand, believed that removing such from her diet and admitting she was hungry wasn’t an ideal message to send her video.

The Canadian TV host, despite disagreeing with Beyonce on the matter, claimed that she had respect for the singer and most of what she stood for.

Based on how the 37-year-old actress described such diet in her documentary show, “Homecoming,” it seemed that Beyonce went on a vegan diet. Marco Borges, an exercise physiologist, Queen Bey’s longtime trainer and friend, said in the promotional video that the diet would go 100% plan-based for 44 days through Coachella.

Borges explained that the detail would entail eliminating overly processed foods. Beyonce’s Coachella Diet is available for a $14-monthly subscription or $99 annually.

It was ironic because Beyonce confessed that she pushed herself far more than she could and would not do the same thing again. And yet, Queen Bey was inviting fans to follow her diet, Vice reported.

Beyonce’s promotional video on the 22-Day diet plan reportedly did not represent lifestyle change, rather a crash diet. Cleanses and fad diets, as believed by many, could only produce provisional results not lasting health lifestyle.

Beyonce and her beau, Jay-Z, partnered with The Greenprint Project – a 22-day Nutrition of plant-based diet to help the environment.

Beyonce and Jay-Z reportedly made it clear that they were just encouraging people to incorporate plant-based meals in their life but they [people] still get to decide what’s best for them.