Naomi Campbell Goes Full Blast Over the Defaming Daily Mail’s Article on Her

Naomi Campbell Goes Full Blast Over The Defaming Daily Mail's Article On Her
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Every day on our news feed or either on tabloid or on page 4 news, enough instances can be seen where a celebrity is bashed via words. The Daily Mail had targeted Naomi Campbell in their article on Sunday. Not only did they target her but in Naomi’s words, it is character assassination.

The Daily Mail is a renowned and powerful platform for news on sports and celebrities have portrayed Naomi in an extremely negative way in their Sunday article. For which she took to YouTube in response through 5 minutes and 11 seconds long video.

The article in question has talked of Naomi’s connections with very notorious people and criminals namely Kevin Spacey, Lalit Modi, Harvey Weinstein, Mike Tyson, Flavio Briatore, Charles Taylor, Gaston, and Kathrin Glock and Ghislaine Maxwell.

All this fire was sent Naomi’s way because of the humanitarian work for which she is to receive an honor in December by the British Fashion Council. The Daily Mail seems to not have appreciated the honor being awarded to her and in a boggled jealous state throughout mockery has been employed in words to ridicule Naomi’s efforts. Even her charity, Fashion for Relief wasn’t considered praiseworthy for the work it has done.

Via Instagram Naomi uploaded a video signaling the viewers to check out her YouTube channel Being Naomi and her response in defense to the Daily Mail‘s accusations. To this Instagram post, Kim Kardashian West commented that the media shouldn’t take a dig at stars with who they had connections in the past.

In the video Naomi uploaded on her YouTube, she is seen in an interview with a lady who has her back towards the camera and cannot be recognized. Naomi is the one looking into the camera directly while answering her questions.

Naomi’s charity namely Fashion For Relief about which she so profusely talked in her YouTube video, has done some quite benevolent work. From Hurricane Katrina to the Tohuku Disaster, this organization has done significant work. But the Daily Mail also tore down all this work of hers by calling it a vanity charity.

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