Kim Kardashian Called Out for ‘Work Ethic’ Remarks

Kim Kardashian is not gonna be best friends with Jameela Jamil and that’s the tea! Kim Kardashian surely benefits everyone with her statements and views. This week, a cold feud is brewing after Kim Kardashian has expressed her views on working women.

The Good Place actor is not settling with the statement passed by the SKIM founder and people are gathering to hear all the tea. So here’s everything you need to know!

Jameela Jamil calls out Kim Kardashian for her explicit statement about working women

Actress Jameela Jamil has taken to Twitter to criticise Kim Kardashian’s “advice” for working women.

In an interview with Variety, Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian along with their mom Kris Jenner were asked about opinions on working women ahead of the 14th April premiere of their upcoming Hulu TV series “The Kardashians”. 

Kim’s statement is doing rounds all over the internet for sharing her “advice” for working women that goes, “I have the best advice for women in business. Get your f—ing ass up and work. It seems like nobody wants to work these days.” 

Jameela Jamil’s Calling Out Kim Attacking Her Asset

Many celebrities and personalities are expressing their views on Kim’s recent advice including Jameela Jamil who has some strong points criticizing the SKIM founder’s statement.

Calling out Kim on her “advice” statement, Jameela Jamil took her Twitter and expressed that, for someone who grew up in Beverly Hills. I just want to point out that she had parents who were super successful and she lived in a mansion.

What’s she got to say about success? If you’re living the same 24 hours we are, it’s not the same thing – a nightmare that 99% of the people grew up with.

People are strongly supporting Jameela’s views against Kim’s statement. One follower pointed out that what would be Kim’s work ethic if she had to give up on her assets, struggle with oppressive loans, and get a job with a minimum paid wage.

Jameela responded to that comment by saying, It’ll be over if they take away their photoshop, they wouldn’t have what they have. She added, “ if your arse is not even yours, don’t bother talking about anyone else”.

A Little About Jameela Jamil

Jameela Jamil is a British actor, model, and activist of South Asian origin. She’s started her career as a model & photographer but got into TV hosting & acting afterward. She’s probably best known for her voice-over work in The Powerpuff Girls.

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Having grown up in a dysfunctional family and fallen victim to terrible things such as rape and an accident, she had to overcome these experiences in order to get where she is today. She rose above all of that to become a successful star.

She became a household name thanks to her role as ‘Tahini” in the American TV show ‘The Good Place.’ A successful model before this, she also hosted the BBC Radio Chart and made radio history as the first solo female presenter.

Later, she established herself as a bankable voice actor, too.

By the looks of it, it is sure to take Jameela seriously for what she says. We believe in strong voiced opinionated women who support each other!


  • C’mon man! It is all part of the War On Women, WOW!

  • Typical elitist. Like her surroundings, Kim is way out of touch with us poor people, making $1500 – $2500/month. This amount is common among those of us who live paycheck to paycheck. I had to drop my homeowners insurance cuz I can’t afford $2100/yr. My home is a little bungalow, paid for, but I’m single and I still have the same bills as couples and no one to share expenses with. I have kids grown and grandchildren, car payments, car insurance ($850/yr), groceries, a dog and a cat, home maintenance and occasional yard care along with Driving an average of 200 miles/month. I usually allowed myself a ‘treat’ in Starbucks once a month to have some sort of social life with friends. With gas going up, harsh and crippling inflation, ;and now facing even more expense because of rising gas prices. I’m sick of rice people talking down or degrading those of us who struggle. She can go to and do anything she wants, travel, hire people to provide child care, drivers, and any sort of homeowners she wants. I’ll bet she never looks at her monthly expenses and wonders how am I going to pay for this? My father (RIP) was a vet and farmer in Amish country, along with my mother and 3 other siblings who couldn’t wait to get the older kids hand-me-downs, I remember getting ‘new’ clothes from the community or Salvation Army for the start of school. I grew up poor in money, but rich in faith, fellowship, loyalty, and dedicated to doing my job with everything within to do it right. I also volunteer for the SA and a homeless center here in my city. She would not last a week, not even a day in my home.

  • To beentheresam

    She’s not talking to the hard workers. In case you didn’t read it right she said get up and start working. Meaning don’t sit at home like Peggy Bundy and expect the government to pay for everything. Also, why can’t a single person live off of $2500 a month? Why is your homeowners $2100/year? Just how big is this “small bungalow “?

  • Real successful rape victim, huh? I never heard of her and couldn’t care at all about what the scum bag says, but here is one out book that I’ll bet she never read. – :Those that do not work, neither shall they eat”,,, (Look it up if you don’t where it comes from.

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