Jameela Jamil wants fans to know she doesn’t get mad at She-Hulk when the audience isn’t obsessed with : Attorney, but she still hopes some of the criticism will be expressed differently.
The actress plays the antagonist Titania in the Disney+ series starring Tatiana Masra Ni starred and brought fans into the discussion around . Marvel comedy since its launch in August. On Saturday, she tweeted a video of herself eating McDonald’s fries in Times Square, New York, with the caption, “Wait The last episode of She-Hulk was like…”
When a male Twitter user suggested he didn’t By the end of the finale, Jameel responded, “lol…why are so many men so upset? Are you all okay?” Second Day, she doubled down on the show on Twitter, in part because She-Hulk didn’t “stick to any of the old formulas, and we’re still No. 1 in the ratings” One, and we succeeded.”
On Monday, she followed up said : “To be clear. If you personally don’t like She Hulk, that’s absolutely fine. I know it’s not going to appeal to everyone. Some people fucking like it. But do we all agree when you express your feelings to *me You don’t need to be *sohostile. We’re all fans, let’s have a good talk.”
When one Twitter user pushed the star to clarify what she said When asked what the “hostile” response meant, Jamil wrote , “I was told I was a diversity employee. I was Tell me I’ll never work again. Tell me we should stop letting women write shows, tell me I look disgusting, tell me I’ll only be remembered for being shit. You tell me what’s Hostile?”
Last month, Jameel and Hollywood Reporter recounts the fun night she had at Kourtney Kardashian’s Boohoo fashion show and ended up at McDonald’s. “I was at the L’Officiel party,” she said. “I was at a party with Dixie D’Amelio. I went to Times Square, climbed the iconic red grand staircase, and posed for a storm. I went to McDonald’s and both wore this outfit.”
In addition, she told THR in July On the Comic-Con, despite the previous response to the criticism about the wig she wears for the character, She’s not stingy with Marvel fans speaking their minds. “I’m on their side,” she said at the time. “So I never mind any criticism or feedback.”
Disney+ She-Hulk: Attorney at Law ‘s first season runs until its final season in October. .