Jameela Jamil Slams Met Gala Honoring Karl Lagerfeld For “Selective Cancel Culture”

jameela jameel is calling met gala which was themed this year in honor of the late designer Karl Lagerfeld,

In a scathing post on Instagram, bad dates The podcast host shared his thoughts on the “selective cancellation culture” that many attendees took part in at the event.

“Last night Hollywood and fashion said the quiet part out loud when several well-known feminists decided to celebrate, at the highest level, a man who was publicly so cruel to women, to fat people, to immigrants and to sexual Survived the persecution,” Jameel wrote. “And all women’s publications, and online audiences, chose to gleefully ignore it.”

Jameel continued, “Suddenly you’ve lost your appetite to find someone’s tweets from the age of 12. No one has perfect morals, least of all I do, but Jesus Christ has one here to do right.” The year was, and should not be accorded, the highest honors to a known fanatic.

the good place The star took to her caption to explain why she was sharing her opinion on social media and why it was important to consider, especially with the presidential election coming up.

“This isn’t about cancel culture. It’s not even about Carl. It’s about showing how there is a culture of selective cancelation within liberal politics in the clearest way ever. It’s about showing Why people don’t trust liberals. Because of such slippery tactics and double standards,” she said.

“And it’s not just Hollywood here, the general public participated online and were fully complicit in erasing the truth last night. They replaced their pitchforks with spoons last night, to fix that mess…if If we keep moving forward like this, don’t be surprised if we lose the next election.

This wasn’t the first time Jamil expressed his displeasure with this year’s theme at the Met Gala. Back in October 2022, Jamil Shared a series of screenshots of articles With examples of Lagerfeld’s distasteful acts.

“Why is this one we celebrate when there are so many amazing designers out there who aren’t big white guys? What happened to everyone’s principles and ‘advocacy’. You cannot stand up for justice in these areas, and then join in the celebration of someone who enjoys his public disdain for the marginalized,” Jamil wrote last year. “Sorry but no. This isn’t the 90s. We didn’t fight all this sh** just to throw it away because some white guy made some pretty clothes for people’s skinny likes… Come on now.