Jameela Jamil makes a shocking revelation that she is queer after receiving backlash over HBO’s voguing competition show. Check out the full story.

Jameela Jamil has turned out as queer in light of the reaction after she was thrown on HBO Max’s new dance hall voguing rivalry appear, “Legendary.”

In a protracted Notes application message presented on Twitter with the title, “Twitter is brutal,” Jamil, 33, stated

“This is why I never officially came out as queer.”


At first, a great part of the backfire concentrated on Jamil’s alleged job as MC of the show, which she demanded she was not, accusing, thusly, Deadline — who at first revealed the news — and HBO.

“I added a rainbow to my name when I felt ready a few years ago, as it’s not easy within the south Asian community to be accepted, and I always answered honestly if ever straight-up asked about it on Twitter.”

“But,” she continued, “I kept it low because I was scared of the pain of being accused of performative bandwagon-jumping, over something that caused me a lot of confusion, fear and turmoil when I was a kid. I didn’t come from a family with *anyone* openly out. It’s also scary as an actor to openly admit your sexuality, especially when you’re already a brown female in your thirties.”


The second and third screen captures in her post legitimately tended to the negative remarks about her job as Legendary’s lead judge that constrained her to turn out as queer.

Jamil will show up on the judge’s board close by Megan Thee Stallion, big-name beautician Law Roach, and choreographer Leiomy Maldonado for the challenge arrangement where “divas will fight on voguing groups called houses,” performing “modern dance featuring high fashion and choreography based on poses struck by models.” Filming is supposedly booked to start on Feb. 6, per Jamil.


As brought up by the Los Angeles Times, Twitter clients condemned Jamil, to a limited extent, since they felt she had no association with the LGBTQ+ people group, along these lines precluding her from the activity they accepted should’ve gone to somebody with involvement with ballroom culture.