Jameela Jamil Slams Kardashians Again After They Defend Product Endorsements
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"Their pockets are lined with the blood and diarrhea of teenage girls," Jamil wrote.

Jameela Jamil is criticizing the Kardashians (again) after they recently defended their product placements.

"The Good Place" star has been an open critic about the reality star family's product endorsements in the past, particularly the ones involving weight loss supplements and diet teas. In an interview with The New York Times over the weekend, Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian responded to Jamil's criticism.

"I don't live in that negative energy space," Kris said. "Ninety percent of people will be really excited about the family and the journey and who we are."

Kim added, "If there is work that is really easy that doesn't take away from our kids, that's like a huge priority, if someone was faced with the same job opportunities, I think they would maybe consider. You're going to get backlash for almost everything so as long as you like it or believe in it or it's worth it financially, whatever your decision may be, as long as you're O.K. with that."

Jamil, who previously called the Kar-Jenner clan "double agents for the patriarchy" who are "selling us self consciousness," took to Twitter Sunday to respond to Kris and Kim.

"Essentially, 'f--k the young, impressionable people, or those struggling with eating disorders, we want the money.' I have been given these same opportunities to flog this stuff, and I don't do it, so they don't have to. Thank you, next," the actress wrote, alongside a link to the story. "Their pockets are lined with the blood and diarrhea of teenage girls," she added in another tweet.

Jamil directly responded to Kris' comment about "negative energy space" and tweeted, "She IS that negative energy space. When you prey on fat-phobia... that is what you are."

The British star also clapped back at a fan who said: "It's not up to the Kardashians or the Jenner what people spend money on. Everyone knows they have trainers, dietitians, and money to pay for surgery to get the body they want and more power to them. If someone chooses to buy a product they promote w/o research that's on them."

Jamil sarcastically replied, "Yeah DUMB teenage girls with eating disorders. Be smarter. This is your fault little girls. Shame on YOU not the grown billionaire adults preying on your insecurity and fear. Preying on the patriarchal value that women are only valuable if their aesthetic meets societal standards."

Comedian Whitney Cummings joined in on the conversation and said, "I was a dumb teenage girl with an eating disorder who went to an Ivy League school" echoing Jamil's sarcasm.

See the tweets below.

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