Jameela Jamil is coming after the Kardashians again and this time she has her eyes set on Kim Kardashian for her new body makeup.
The outspoken "Good Place" star is speaking up about Kim's newest cosmetic product, which covers up body imperfections, saying it's a "hard pass" for her and a giant waste of money for fans.
Retweeting a video of Kim's body makeup, Jamil responds: "Hard pass. God damn the work to take it all off before bed so it doesn’t destroy your sheets... I’d rather just make peace with my million stretch marks and eczema."
Adding, "Taking off my mascara is enough of a pain in the arse. Save money and time and give yourself a damn break."
The British star goes into detail about her own experience with skin issues, saying she refuses to have her imperfections be used against her.
"I have such severe eczema all over that my legs are covered in huge patches of pigment loss from scratching. I have a tonne of stretch marks, and because I have Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, every time I cut, I scar. I refuse to have these normal human marks weaponised against me."
Then Jamil turns the tables, slamming companies whose products are like Kim's body makeup, which targets women and tells them to cover up their "flaws."
"This is a nightmare for your clothes, furniture, bedsheets, bank account, especially if you are tall or curvy, as you need so much extra, it’s time consuming to put on and take off," she states. "It clogs pores, can make some skin conditions worse and is based on a Photoshop ideal of a woman. Which is a problematic downhill spiral."
Jamil ends her rant firing off a series of hard-hitting questions.
"Can we not also question why fully disguising our entire natural selves makes us feel better? Why do we feel bad about ourselves? Who did that? who profits off it?," the star wrote. "Do boys have to live up to the same standards? Are they shamed as easily and frequently as us femmes? Isn’t there something a BIT off about making people’s happiness and confidence lie in doll-like perfection?"
Apparently her words hit home to many women because Jamil applauded all her followers who are "embracing their scars and marks and skin conditions and wearing them proudly."
Adding, "I know it’s hard, and it took me a bit of time to do it myself, but gosh it’s SO fucking liberating when you do. Love you all."
Kim Kardashian has been hawking her KKW body makeup lately, which she created to cover her Psoriasis, even using her grandma MJ to show off how it works.
She's using her famous friends to push the product too, with stars like Kate Bosworth, Larsa Pippen and even sis Kylie Jenner advertising the body makeup on social media.
At the time of this post, Kim has yet to fire back at Jamil, but this isn't the first time the "Good Place" star has slammed the KarJenner family.
She trashed Khloe last year for promoting what she believes are unhealthy detox teas, saying, "I hope all these celebrities all shit their pants in public."