Jameela Jamil has no qualms about publicly slamming those who champion the use of weight loss products

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Jameela Jamil attends WE Day UN 2019 at Barclays Center. Photographed by Craig Barritt
Jameela Jamil attends WE Day UN 2019 at Barclays Center. Photographed by Craig Barritt
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Taking to Twitter Jameela shared a clip of an old video of herself on Trevor Noah’s ‘The Daily Show’, in which she hit out at stars promoting the diet products to their young followers.

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“Your photoshopped, surgically enhanced flat tummy, f*** off,” she captioned the video, but was furious when a fan called her out for shaming other women. When one fan hit back, Jameela insisted that the diet products are harmful and she was within her rights to blast women for promoting them.

The presenter and activist has said she has a moral responsibility to call out celebrities for their promotional posts and has no qualms about publicly slamming those who champion the use of weight loss products.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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