Kim Kardashian came under fire for her recent controversial remarks on work ethic. Soon after, Kim was called out by her former unpaid intern. Now, Jameela Jamil took shots at Kim.

Jameela slammed Kim Kardashian for telling people with less family privilege to get off their asses and work. She wrote on Twitter, “I think if you grew up in Beverly Hills with super successful parents in what was simply a smaller mansion … Nobody needs to hear your thoughts on success/work ethic,” 

Jameela further said, “This same 24 hours in the day s–t is a nightmare, 99.9% of the world grew up with a VERY different 24 hours.” The outspoken actress then took to Instagram to continue her thoughts on the wealthy family.

Jameela wrote, “They shouldn’t be asked about their secret to success,” She added, “They shouldn’t answer those questions. It’s all obvious to everyone, and I hope nobody holds themselves to the standards of people who were raised by millionaires.” This is not the first time the self-proclaimed “feminist-in-progress” has voiced her frustrations with the Kardashian-Jenner clan

Over the last several years, she’s publicly criticized them for promoting unrealistic body standards. She previously called out the iconic celebrity family for not being forthcoming about the surgical work they’ve had done and endorsing potentially dangerous “diet” products.

Meanwhile, Jameela concluded her recent social media rant with “take the money, use it for good and chill the f–k out when lecturing others about grind and hustle. And learn how to brag without putting others down who have less.” Kim has yet to respond to the comments.

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