Jameela Jamil Says ‘Stop Meme-ing’ Kanye West’s Posts

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Actress and mental health advocate Jameela Jamil wants Grammy-winning hip-hop legend Kanye (Ye) West to get to a Good Place.

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Jameela Jamil recently spoke out against how many on the internet have been trolling West, who was diagnosed as having bipolar disorder in 2016 and is currently going through a very public divorce with Kim Kardashian-West.

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In case you’ve missed it, West has been adamant about wanting to be reunited with Kardashian and their four kids on social media, despite her dating SNL comedian Pete Davidson and making it VERY CLEAR she’s not interested.

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He’s even made threatening posts about the Long Island comic.

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Not a stone unturned. The whole thing is a giant mess and, naturally, the internet feasted on it.

Jameela Jamil took to Instagram to address the abuse and harrassment, and those questions of West’s mental wellness, standing up for the Kardashian-West family’s privacy.

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The post read:

“We are watching a mentally ill man coaxed over the edge by our engagement/media attention. The consequences of this getting worse/messier will be him losing access to his kids…

This isn’t entertainment. I know he’s asking for the attention, but getting it will create unimaginable sadness for him and mostly his completely innocent kids later.”

“Stop meme-ing this. Even famous people, when clearly going through something with their mental health, should be off limits when it comes to internet lols. I know he’s not in the right. But I also know pouring gasoline on this fire when someone [has] bipolar isn’t going to make anything easier for anyone involved.”

She concluded:

“”This s*** must be really hard for all of them. Especially Kim. And egging him on won’t help her or her babies.

It’s not funny, it’s real life.”

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Believe and stand up for domestic violence victims y’all.