Jameela Alia Burton-Jamil was born to Pakistani-British parents. Before working as the radio host on The Official Chart, the co-host on The Official Chart Update on BBC Radio 1 and the current show host on The Good Place Jamil was an English teacher.
The public persona is also a vocal body positivity activist and anti-abortion laws advocate alongside being a charity lover and supporter.
"The best decision I've ever made"
Abortion is a very fragile topic. Some people are pro-life; others — pro-choice.
In the wake of the abortion ban in Georgia, Jameela Jamil opened up about her experience when she was much younger. Reportedly, the radio host had an abortion before and it was "the best decision" she has ever made.
The Good Place star explained further:
Both for me, and for the baby I didn't want, and wasn't ready for, emotionally, psychologically, and financially. So many children will end up in foster homes. So many lives ruined. So very cruel.
People started shaming the host for "murdering" an infant inside her womb, as it is already a human, according to numerous scientists. Jameela Jamil answered everybody in a new Instagram post:
I DON'T GIVE A FLYING F—K WHAT YOU THINK OF MY DECISION. MY DECISION. MY BODY. MY CHOICE.
Jameela Jamil has always been protecting women and their own right to choose what is best for their bodies. Accordingly, it makes Jamil a pro-choice advocate.
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