Jameela Jamil made headlines over the weekend for her impassioned commentary on . In the latest hour-long episode, the actress, former TV host and model, and current body-positive activist, discussed feminist issues including the #MeToo movement and, most controversially, the Kardashian sisters.
Jamil, who stars in The Good Place, has previously slammed the sisters, but Kim Kardashian West in particular, for and other 'weight-loss' products.
The 32 year-old expanded on her criticism in this podcast, calling the Calabasas-natives ‘double agents of feminism’, who are ‘still putting the patriarchal narrative out into the world'.
The British multi-hyphenate explained how, simply because someone is a woman, they are not exempt from feminist criticism, specifically condemning the social media moguls for their continued sponsored posts despite their apparent wealth.
The internet was quickly brimming with praise for Jamil, thanking her for speaking out, and celebrating her no-nonsense argument against a monolithic view of female physical beauty and the value placed upon it.
However, as the days have gone on, others have come out to show their distaste in Jamil’s rhetoric.
Referencing a previous post from Jamil’s blog that has since been deleted, alongside apparently deleted Twitter posts, some have claimed that Jamil's feminism could well be seen to be as damaging as the Kardashians' own power.
In one blog post concluded, 'If your feminism is exclusionary, start again and come correct.'
The Kardashians are yet to respond to Jamil's criticism.