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After Piers Morgan was accused of body-shaming Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, Vas J Morgan has come out in their defence and hit back at his comments.
The reality star, who revealed his desire to have children, took to Instagram to share a passionate post in response to the Good Morning Britain star's tweets.
Vas, 32, wrote: "Piers Morgan, 55, father and husband; 48 hours ago declared on national TV that someone needs to intervene and put an end to trolling.
"'Nothing happens to these morons who abuse celebrities', he said.
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"Today, Piers Morgan used that same platform to abuse Kim Kardashian West and Kylie Jenner.
"If I were Kim and Kylie, I'd stop being photographed with Kendall.' It is comments like this that make women feel 'less than' based on physical appearance," he explained.
"That encourage young girls to compare themselves to each other.
"Men, stop telling women how to dress, how to behave and who to stand next to in pictures.
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"Men, keep your opinion on women's bodies to yourselves. Men. stop," the former TOWIE star concluded.
He captioned the post: "So yes, again Piers, I agree. Someone should intervene. This is unacceptable. #BeKind."
Vas' celebrity pals rushed to the comment section to agree with his points and to condemn Piers' comments.
Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan said: "Like I don't understand how he can be so openly hypocritical I'm baffled."
Katie Price commented: "I'm trying to do something. #harveyslaw and wait until you see my new petition I'm starting."
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Chloe Sims said: "Wtf. I don't get it??," while Saffron Barker expressed herself by saying: "YES YES AND YES."
Piers, 55, who was slammed by Lauren Goodger, responded to the backlash he recieved on his Twitter account.
He penned: "My Kardashians tweet has prompted flagons of faux-feminist foul-mouthed, fat-shaming fury.
"Apparently it's illegal to think one's hotter (Kendall) than the others. But to balance things, here's a photo of me with my clothes off – objectify my ladies, I can take it…," as he shared a naked snap of himself.
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