Piers Morgan Labelled An ‘Irrelevant S*** Stain’ By Jameela Jamil After Criticising Meghan Markle's Vogue Issue

The actress also labelled the GMB presenter "a problematic slut-shaming, fat-shaming, misogynist".

The forthcoming edition of the fashion bible has been guest edited by Meghan Markle – something Piers also has a huge problem with (more of that in a moment) – and features 15 women chosen by the Duchess who “break barriers”, one of whom is Jameela.


The Good Morning Britain host took to Twitter on Monday suggesting the actress and TV presenter wasn’t a suitable choice because of derogatory comments she’d made about some female stars in the past.

“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.’,” he tweeted.

Jameela Jamil
Jameela Jamil
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On Tuesday morning, Jameela also took to Twitter to respond to Piers’ comments, highlighting the fact that she has pinned a tweet to her timeline owning her past comments, insisting she has “nothing to hide”.

She also labelled the GMB star an “irrelevant shit stain smeared across our country”, and it didn’t end there...

Jameela tweeted: “My PINNED tweet is all of the mistakes I made, owning up to being problematic when I was young. I have nothing to hide. You are old, and still a problematic slut-shaming, fat-shaming, misogynist, irrelevant shit stain, smeared across our country.”

Piers quickly retweeted Jameela’s tweet, commenting: “One of Meghan’s 15 ‘inspiring, kind, inclusive’ heroines…”

The war of words follow Piers’ Daily Mail column on Monday in which he heavily criticises the Duchess of Sussex’s “hypocritical super-woke Vogue stunt”.

He writes: “News that Meghan has spent the past seven months guest-editing the September issue of Vogue is no surprise to me. As a B-list actress, she’s probably craved all her adult life to be a Vogue star.”

He adds: “Meghan is now supposed to be a member of the royal family and not a publicity-craving celebrity.”

He also takes further aim at Jameela in the column, writing: “Jamil is self-evidently the complete antithesis of ‘equality, kindness and open mindedness’, not least when it comes to women.

“She’s also been an outspoken campaigner against magazines airbrushing models and celebrities to create an illusion of unrealistic beauty standards. Yet which magazine has arguably done this more than any other? Why, Vogue!”


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