I’m A Celeb in ‘sexism’ row as viewers slam Nella Rose over ‘toxic’ comments about men in camp

I’m A Movie star star Nella Rose has located herself at the centre of a ‘sexism’ row right after viewers slammed her ‘discriminatory’ remarks about adult males.

Many supporters of the ITV demonstrate have been outraged right after Nella started off chatting about how the guys were doing all the perform in camp.

Nella Rose and Josie Gibson's comments about men in the camp sparked quite the reaction


Nella Rose and Josie Gibson’s reviews about adult men in the camp sparked really the reactionCredit rating: ITV
Nella said the men in camp were 'real men' and called them 'Hercules' types


Nella explained the adult men in camp were being ‘real men’ and named them ‘Hercules’ varietiesCredit: ITV
Viewers branded her comments 'sexist' and 'toxic'


Viewers branded her comments ‘sexist’ and ‘toxic’

Chatting with Josie Gibson, Nella commented on impressed she was with the boys acquiring the firewood and undertaking the heavy lifting all-around camp.

She remarked: “So the men are meant to go out, hunt, get the wooden, make the fire, although the females keep the vibes.”

“Yeah,” Josie agreed, even though the pair dissolved into laughter.

“That’s how it must be,” Nella additional. “The suffragettes have been preventing for this.”

“It truly is presented me faith in guys yet again,” weighed in Josie.

Nella then added: “Think about if it was a bunch of guys my age, they would be like ‘Why are we the only ones getting the wood bruv?’ These are real guys. Adult men, actual males. The Hercules form.”

Nella was then proven chatting in the bush telegraph, exactly where she mentioned: “This camp has 100% restored my religion in gentlemen. Mmm, macho men. Wow. They even cook. Hunter gatherers. The women of all ages are just…we are just in this article to bear small children at this position. Which is it, I appreciate it right here.”

Whilst Nella laughed as she was talking, suggesting her responses may possibly have been tongue in cheek, lots of on social media have been not impressed and pointed out how such remarks would go down if they arrived from a male.

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Just one fumed on X, formerly twitter: “Envision if guys have been stating that – the girls really should be cooking, they would be branded sexist and likely cancelled.”

A second included: “Is Nella building a sexist comment? Add that to the list of annoying and silly stuff she’s performed.”

A third ranted: “Think about if a single of the fellas started out stating the s*** Nella just said but about females. Almost everything she just claimed is sexist, ignorant and is the reason so numerous adult men battle with opening up because of to this suitable ‘macho man’. Disgusting.”

A fourth agreed: “Nella purely remaining sexist on nationwide television set. If that was a person saying that….”

A fifth chimed in: “Nella is sexist. If the men had stated that about girls, she’d be so offended at them.”

And a sixth additional: “I thoroughly loathe the sexism in the #ImACelebrity camp. Not painting ladies in a superior light-weight at all with all this bull****. “Genuine adult males” is a poisonous notion far too. True adult males come in lots of types.”

A further, in the meantime, accused Nella of “placing women’s rights back 20 a long time.”

Other individuals jumped to her defence, nonetheless, and claimed she didn’t are worthy of the criticism, in particular as Josie also joined in the chat.

One particular wrote: “It is so humorous viewing you say Nella is sexist, although no one is stating anything about Josie laughing and joining in.”

A next backed up this sentiment: “Nella and josie both concur on the very same thing Still Nella the poor 1??”

“Why is anyone providing out about Nella, she’s in fact pretty funny,” declared a 3rd.

The men were shown doing lots of jobs while Nella and Josie chilled out


The adult males were being demonstrated accomplishing plenty of jobs though Nella and Josie chilled out

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