In a world where women are finally starting to come together to lift each other up, actress Jameela Jamil continues to prove she thinks she knows better than anyone else by attacking various female celebrities online. She's made it clear she does not like the Kardashians, and is now targeting Khloé for a simple Instagram Story.
Taking to IG, Khloé put up a photo with the quote, "2 Things a Girl Wants: 1) Lose Weight. 2) Eat." I'm sure Khloé meant nothing negative by sharing it, as almost every person in the world can relate to wanting to eat everything but also not gain weight. I'm sure she definitely didn't intend for it to become a big deal.
But of course, Jameela checked Khloé's story, and had to weigh in. She then took to Twitter to share her thoughts.
Jameela claimed the media made Khloé feel this way, and that she's now in "a prison of self critique." She mentions she's "sending love to this poor woman," but it feels more condescending than anything else. Her tweet also opened up a can of worms from Kardashian haters, who took to her reply section to bash the family. Nice one, Jameela.
But beyond all the hate, a few people stood up for Khloé, finding the actress was making a big deal out of nothing. Blogger Laura Pearson-Smith joined the conversation, tweeting, "I think it was probably just a cute graphic she put up. Not worth psycho-analysing. Are you telling me you don’t watch what you eat so you don’t put on weight? And think it would be great if you could have a big slice of cake for breakfast every day?"
Jameela kept going, however, explaining further how she felt about Khloé.
Apparently, she finds this Instagram Story "toxic behavior," and believes it shows where Khloé's priorities are. It appears Jameela might not understand that Khloé didn't write this, and she has tons of other priorities, namely her baby True who she is obsessed with.
It's understandable to not want celebrities to promote unhealthy weight loss methods to their impressionable fans, but that isn't what Khloé was doing. Sometimes it seems people just look for things to be mad about.