Emily Ratajkowski Hits Back At Piers Morgan After He Labels Her ‘A Global Bimbo’ In ‘GMB’ Rant

This certainly isn’t the first time Emily Ratajkowski and Piers Morgan have had a few words on Twitter, but the pair have been at it again this week.

Morgan, 52, criticized Ratajkowski, 26, on UK show “Good Morning Britain” earlier this week after she was seen writhing around in spaghetti for LOVE Magazine‘s famous Advent Calendar.

The controversial host even came to blows with his co-host Susanna Reid, 46, after she insisted Ratajkowski was making a point that “women decide what to do with their own bodies,” while he, once again, insisted that stripping off had nothing to do with feminism.

Taking to Twitter Wednesday, Ratajkowski shared, “Lol never said my love video was a feminist statement. But now it’s worth saying that telling women what to do with their bodies & sexuality is actually just classic sexism. I can have opinions about feminism & also do sexy photo shoots k thanks.”

The post came after Morgan, who sparked an online frenzy and became embroiled in a Twitter spat with actor Billy Flynn over the comments, said on live TV: “I don’t know quite what she is. She’s a global bimbo.”

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Reid hit back, “Piers has got a personal vendetta against her. She likes to think taking her clothes off is promoting feminism,” to which he replied: “She’s posted something on Instagram about how what we are watching now is unbelievably empowering to feminists.

“For goodness sake – get some clothes on and get yourself a proper job.”

Ratajkowski previously teamed up with Kim Kardashian to get her point across, with the pair both going head-to-head with Morgan.

She explained, “To me, female sexuality and sexiness, no matter how conditioned it may be by a patriarchal ideal, can be incredibly empowering for a woman if she feels it is empowering to her.

“The way I dress, act, flirt, dance, have sex — those are my decisions and they shouldn’t be impacted by men. Being sexy is fun and I like it. I should never have to apologize for that.”

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