The actress Jameela Jamil has never hesitated to call out the corruption of the world and has always used her platform to highlight crucial issues.
How To Build A Girl actress appeared on the Red Table Talk and accepted that in her past she denounces and slut-shamed few celebrities. Moreover, she is not proud of that at all.
Jameela said while talking to Willow Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Adrienne Banfield-Norris, “There is documented proof of me slut-shaming loads of female celebrities, like Miley [Cyrus], Beyoncé, Rihanna, like Kim [Kardashian], all of these different people – Iggy Azalea – and I was doing it because I was in pain. I was a troll.”
“I thought I was ‘doing feminism.’ So I’m sexually assaulted, I’m too afraid to confront my rapist, and so, instead, I get angry at all women who sexualize themselves because I blame them for why men have always sexualized me since I was a child,” Jamil added.
“So, I’m like ‘it’s your fault because you make them think they have permission to my body,’ which is never the case. And I was afraid deep down, and that was how I projected my pain,” she continued.
She shared how she suffered a lot when she was “bullied at school by girls, and I didn’t always have great relationships with all of the women in my family and so I didn’t have a good vibe about women growing up.”
“I would speak disparagingly about women and I thought women were always in drama. I had all this rage and I would project it at women, at the nearest, easiest target… was this slut-shaming, woman-hating [expletive],” she concluded.