She has already slammed Kim and Kourtney Kardashian for promoting weight loss products.
And Jameela Jamil has now spoken out against their sister Khloe Kardashian, 34, after the reality star shared a quote that all girls wanted to do was ‘lose weight and eat.’
The British presenter and actress, 32, immediately shared Khloe’s post on Twitter while adding: ‘This makes me sad. I hope my daughter grows up wanting more than this. I want more than this. Sending love to this poor woman.’
‘Sending love to this poor woman’: Jameela Jamil, 32, has spoken out against their sister Khloe Kardashian, 34, after the reality star shared a quote that all girls wanted to do was ‘lose weight and eat’
Jameela’s post continued: ‘This industry did this to her. The media did it to her. They fat shamed her into a prison of self critique. Dear girls, WANT MORE THAN THIS. ❤️’
Last week, The Good Place star retweeted a fan’s post about Kourtney, 39, after she was seen promoting Flat Tummy Co shakes on social media, for which she would have been paid a princely sum.
The post read: ‘Sad to see celebrities in 2019 are still encouraging eating disorders by promoting such toxic, unhealthy, and dangerous brands.
‘From now on listening to @jameelajamil and unfollowing anyone who promotes them. Ps have fun with your diarrhea @KimKardashian @kourtneykardash.’
‘Dear girls’: The British presenter and actress immediately shared Khloe’s post on Twitter while adding that she hoped her daughter would want more from life
Under fire: Jameela has been outspoken about celebrities and their responsibility when it comes to what they promote, and she didn’t hold back when it came to Khloe
Her sister, Kim, 38, has previously come under fire for plugging Flat Tummy Co shakes.
But undeterred, Kourtney posed on Instagram in Calvin Klein lingerie on Thursday to plug the brand.
She shot a smouldering stare at the camera and captioned it with: ‘Back from Aspen and back on the @flattummyco meal replacement shakes…they’re exactly what I need right now.’
She shared: ‘Day 3 on the program and I’m already feeling good again. I’m starting to see my tummy toning up nicely. Chocolate is my favorite, but they’ve got 20% OFF all their flavors right now so you guys should check them out!’
One commentator wrote: ‘Considering you’re all about living the organic life you seem to enjoy promoting toxic crap to young girls. I hope P doesn’t get influenced by this,’ possibly a reference to Kourtney’s daughter Penelope.
‘This is just a lie. You ladies (Kardashians) are thin because you eat salads only and little to no carbs. You also work out. You’re not thin because of this tea,’ wrote another.
‘Toxic and unhealthy’: This comes a few days after Jameela hit back at Kourtney Kardashian after she promoted a diet shake online
Not happy: Jameela retweeted this post from a fan after the Kardashians have been promoting diet shakes online
Controversial: On Wednesday, Kim had posed up for her own 124 million Instagram followers in a sponsored post promoting Flat Tummy Co shakes, igniting huge backlash
Days before, Kim had posed up for her own 124 million Instagram followers in a sponsored post promoting Flat Tummy Co shakes.
The commentators were scathing, with one writing: ‘Not gonna mention all the disgusting side effects? Just gonna sell laxatives disguised as something else? Cute’.
Another one of them wrote at greater length: ‘millions of girls look up to you. You could use your platform to promote self love and confidence but instead you prey upon the insecurities of millions of girls and young women.
‘You actually profit from the detriment of an entire generation of girls. So so shameful. Your daughters will have money but they will be riddled with insecurities that you helped create. So so shameful.’
MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for Kourtney Kardashian, Jameela Jamil and Flat Tummy Co for comment.
Fuming: In July, Jameela was one of the people who spoke out against Kim after she shared an ad for such appetite-suppressant lollipops on Instagram, which she later deleted
Flat Tummy Co sell a range of products including Meal Replacement Shakes and detox teas.
On their website, they write: ‘We’re all about helping women look and feel like the best versions of themselves. And that’s what we set out to do.
‘All our products are specifically designed for women, by women – and that’s something that we’re freaking proud of.
‘So take it from us, a team of women who’ve been there – we know what it’s like to feel gross and sluggish. But we also know what it’s like to feel freaking good!’
Back in September, Jameela referred to the Kardashian siblings as a ‘double agent for the patriarchy’ on a Channel 4 podcast called Ways to Change the World.
There, she criticised Kim for promoting appetite-suppressant lollipops on Instagram.
Critic: Back in September, Jameela referred to the Kardashian siblings as a ‘double agent for the patriarchy’ on Channel 4’s podcast Ways to Change the World
She said: ‘I have had words with the Kardashians, and I think when someone is doing something that is toxic and damaging to the people who — they have a huge platform and they are speaking to loads of people, that person is saying something that is dangerous, I think we should all be allowed to say something about that.
‘I don’t think you can just attack that person. I don’t think that helps anything. I think you have to offer constructive criticism.’
She further explained: ‘The double agent for the patriarchy is basically just a woman who, perhaps unknowingly, is still putting the patriarchal narrative out into the world, is still benefiting off, profiting off and selling a patriarchal narrative to other women.’
Jameela referred to such a person as ‘a wolf in sheep’s clothing’, adding: ‘Because you look like a woman, we trust you, we think you’re on our side, but you’re selling us something that really doesn’t make us feel good.
Doing her bit: Back in February last year, Jameela started a body-positive movement called I Weigh after seeing a meme that listed the Kardashian-Jenners’ weights
‘You’re selling us an ideal, a body shape, a problem with our wrinkles, a problem with aging, a problem with gravity, a problem with any kind of body fat.
‘You’re selling us self-consciousness, the same poison that made you clearly develop some sort of body dysmorphia or facial dysmorphia you are now pouring back into the world. You’re, like, recycling hatred.
‘And I think find that really dangerous and I think that’s unacceptable and I don’t care if you’re a woman. I think constructive criticism is needed for anyone to ever evolve.’
Asked whether she could understand how someone could be convinced by money to relay certain messages or promote certain products, she replied: ‘I just don’t think that’s an acceptable excuse anymore.
‘How much money do you need? Really, how much money do you need? How much money do any of these huge influencers who are worth millions or billions sometimes — why are they still promoting appetite-suppressant lollipops to young girls?’
‘They keep fixing’: Although the actress received criticism for attacking another woman, she defended her opinions by stating Kim could ‘grow’ from the critiques of her business choices
Back in February last year, Jameela started a body-positive movement called I Weigh after seeing a meme that listed the Kardashian-Jenners’ weights.
In July, she was one of the people who spoke out against Kim after she shared an ad for such appetite-suppressant lollipops on Instagram, which she later deleted.
Although the London-born actress received criticism for attacking another woman, she defended her opinions by stating Kim could ‘grow’ from the critiques of her business choices.
Jameela told Stylist magazine of the famous siblings: ‘I think they’re broken by this industry. I bet [Kim] went through all the same s**t I did. She keeps fixing and fixing but there’s nothing to fix. She clearly can’t see what she looks like, none of them can see what they look like. I just feel sad for them.’
She continued: ‘I definitely felt a pain in my heart because I’m in the papers for criticising another woman.
‘[But] I have grown more from my failures than my successes because people have called me out when I f**ked things up. I do it out of love; I would never envy them, or feel that way about myself the way that they do.’
Controversial: In a recent interview, Jameela claims the Kardashians, including Kim, Kourtney and Khloe (pictured), promote a toxic and self conscious way of thinking for women