Jameela Jamil Hopes That Cardi B And Other Laxative Tea Pushers Shit Their Pants In Public

November 25, 2018 / Posted by:

Let it never be said that actress Jameela Jamil of The Good Place doesn’t speak her mind! Buzzfeed News reports that Jameela is severely irritated by female celebs hawking detox teas on social media. Jameela is so irritated by this phenomenon that she tweeted her hopes that these ladies would…well, you read the post title. That’s the definition of “irritated.” I’d rather someone wish me murdered than wishing me to have soiled trousers around other humans. Being murdered is usually less messy and embarrassing than the latter.

It appears that Jameela was particularly triggered after the shoe-flinging Cardi B took a break from dragging arch-enemy Nicki Minaj around on Instagram to remain there and use her lingerie post-baby body to sell some concoction called Teami.

In the clip, Cardi says that she even lost a little more weight than she wanted to but it was a positive. You gotta be lean and mean if you’re going to fling your shoes at people’s heads in public. That’s another thing in public I’d rather do than mess my pants.

Jameela was not only tweeting her feelings for the purposes of venting but for all the ladies that Cardi and celebs like Kim Kardashian have allegedly been causing to have accidents in public for years now. And I’m not talking about the kind where there’s a vehicle involved.

Instead of just complaining, Jameela offered an alternative to having to constantly buy new underwear.

Some of the witches in the Kardashian Koven have been selling that Fit Tea in their posts for eons now. Because the only “detox” that would ever happen to me would probably involve a locked ward, it never occurred to your weekend blogger that these teas involve rushing to the toilette afterward. That image amuses me. They probably don’t drink the swill but if they do, keep doing it. And set up a cam. I’d totally watch Keeping Up With The Kardashians Krapping.

Pic: Wenn.com

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