Jameela Jamil Slams Piers Morgan, Calls Him the 'Thirstiest Bitch Alive'07/30/2019
“I have nothing to hide,” Jamil fired back during an online exchange with the British TV personality.
Jameela Jamil got into it with Piers Morgan.
On Monday, "The Good Place" star fired back at the British journalist after he slammed her inclusion in the latest issue of British Vogue, which was guest-edited by Duchess Meghan Markle.
Morgan tweeted, "NEW: One of Meghan’s ‘kind & inspiring’ female-empowering Vogue ‘heroines’ is @jameelajamil- who called @Beyonce a ‘stripper’, said @MileyCyrus was a ‘vagina with no platform’ & told @Rihanna to ‘put your m*nge away."
Jamil fired back, "My PINNED tweet is all of the mistakes I made, owning up to being problematic when I was young. I have nothing to hide."
She added, "You are old, and still a problematic slut-shaming, fat-shaming, misogynist, irrelevant sh*t stain, smeared across our country."
In a second tweet, Jamil wrote: "He is just the thirstiest bitch alive."
The drama continued on Tuesday when Jamil agreed with a fan who claimed Morgan was out to get Markle.
"He’s vile! He’s got such an axe to grind with Meghan that he clearly needs some anger management," the fan wrote and Jamil replied, "Yep. An especially critical eye for women in general. Coincidentally even more critical if we are brown/black…"
Morgan hit back at Jamil and called the star an "abusive" woman-shamer.
"I don’t have any issue with your gender or skin colour, @jameelajamil," he tweeted. "I have an issue with the fact you’re a foul-mouthed, abusive, women-shaming, hypocritical , virtue-signalling little fraud."
Jamil’s pinned tweet she referenced earlier in the conversation was published back in 2018. It reads, "It is never too late to check yourself and right your wrongs. I used to be slut shamey, judgmental, and my feminism wasn’t intersectional enough. Nobody is born perfectly ‘woke’. Listen, read, learn, grow, change and make room for everyone."
"We aren’t free til ALL of us are free," she added.
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