Today’s Twitter beef revolves around two people from London. Jameela Jamil got into it with Piers Morgan after Morgan criticized Sam Smith for calling himself “gender fluid” on Jamil’s new “I Weigh” interview show. According to Pink News, on Jamil’s show, singer Sam Smith said, “I’m not male or female. I think I float somewhere in between. When I saw the word ‘non-binary’ and I read into it, and I heard these people speaking and I was like, ‘that is me’. I’ve always had a little of a war going within my body and my mind. I do think like a woman sometimes, in my head.”
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Tomorrow we are going to drop our interview together in which Sam Smith is going to rip out your heart, and kiss it. This interview is such a privilege to have been a part of. I love sam. I can’t believe I only just found this gem. Sam’s a magical unicorn and I’ve never seen anyone talk about their body issues the way Sam does here. It’s *so* brilliant. ❤️ @i_weigh
This got the 53-year-old, Piers Morgan’s panty in a bunch and he had to let his opinion know. On his show “Good Morning Britain,” he said, “Sam Smith announced he’s gender-fluid…he can’t work out if he’s male or female, whatever. He’s not identifying as [non-binary].”
“I’m now identifying as Smith Smith, so I can get his royalties. This works both ways. I just don’t get this… Sam Smith has millions of fans, what are they supposed to think? I can’t work out what I am?”
This statement did not go over well with Jameela Jamil. On Twitter, she wrote, “LOL. Of course England’s biggest s*** stain has something mean to say about it. He thinks men who carry babies in a comfortable papoose where they can feel your body heat and pulse, aren’t ”manly”. This clown spews constant toxic ideas of “masculinity”
LOL. Of course England’s biggest shit stain has something mean to say about it. He thinks men who carry babies in a comfortable papoose where they can feel your body heat and pulse, aren’t ”manly”. This clown spews constant toxic ideas of “masculinity”👎🏽 https://t.co/FM8yItaHru
— Jameela Jamil (@jameelajamil) March 19, 2019
Piers replied with, “Appalling that you just assume I am identifying as male tonight.”
Jamil shot back, “You’re right, it is extraordinary I identify you as any kind of human being at all you giant pile of wank.”
Piers came back with, “I’d rather be wank than woke, luv.”
“Mission accomplished hun,” Jamil tweeted.
“Don’t call me ‘hun’,” Piers said. “I identify as male, but ‘hun’ normally applies to female (‘honey’) which means you are mockingly misgendering me & that’s now apparently a criminal offence in Britain. Unless you meant ‘hun’ as a derogatory term for Germans in which case you’re a racist.”
British people and their quips. The feud was over between Piers Morgan and Jameela Jamil for now, but Jamil was not done fighting. She targeted Khloe Kardashian and her promotion of detox shakes. On Instagram, Khloe Kardashian posted an Instagram post to her nearly 90 million followers promoting flat tummy co’s meal replacement shakes. She writes that the progress is “undeniable” due to the shakes.
Jameela not having that nonsense wrote on the comment section. She told Khloe that she should confess to getting that flat stomach because of exercise, nutrition, and surgery. Jamil also talked about the dangerous side effects of the tea and that Khloe should look out for younger girls, who might suffer from body image problem or will suffer from body image problems, due to the impossible beauty standards.
This isn’t the first time she went after Khloe and detox tea. Last time she hoped that celebrities promoting the detox tea, nicknamed diarrhea tea, would s*** their pants. The tea is used for weight loss and the way it works is by giving people diarrhea. It can have nasty side effects and can lead to health problems.
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WHY DO WE NOT FORCE THESE FUCKERS TO AT LEAST PUT ALL THEIR EVIL SIDE EFFECTS ON THE BIG INFLUENCER’S/CELBRITY’S ADVERTS? Help me get rid of this shit, sign the petition in my BIOG. Thank you. ❤️ these products don’t work. They are not medically advised. They are not FDA approved.❤️ #youwillSHITfire 🔥🔥🔥
An advocate for healthy positive images for girls, Jameela Jamil continues her quest to go after those who she sees as detrimental to healthy bodies.