Piers Morgan continues Amber Rose feud: 'It's not feminism to put up a naked picture of yourself'
Piers Morgan has added more fuel to the fire following his public argument with Amber Rose, saying: "It's not feminism to put up a naked picture of yourself."
The US model made headlines last week when she posted a picture to Twitter wearing only a bikini top and an open coat and showing her pubic hair.
Journalist Morgan urged her to "put it away, luv" after seeing the image, insisting Rose's claim to be baring her body in the name of feminism was "ridiculous".
After a series of tweets back and forth between the pair, the argument died out.
However, speaking to The Mirror today, the Good Morning Britain presenter further expressed his views.
"It's not feminism to put up a naked picture of yourself," he said.
"That's bulls**t. If a man did that, he'd be arrested.
"Feminism is about being successful in what you do, it's not about posting nude pictures.
"They're all at it, Kim Kardashian, Emily Ratajkoswki and now Amber Rose, and they all try and con people into thinking it's about feminist empowerment.
"That's not why Emmeline Pankhurst fought for women to have the vote."
Rose initially shared the picture to promote her Slut Walk, an annual protest to raise awareness about sexual injustice and gender equality, but it was removed by Instagram.