In a second tweet, the Life Stories host hit out at the show, claiming he wasn’t allowed to “exercise his right to freedom of speech” following his remarks about Meghan Markle, for which he was asked to apologise.
He penned: “Interesting times we live in when an ISIS terror bride is allowed to exercise her right to freedom of speech on @GMB but I wasn’t….”
Shamima first hit headlines back in 2015 when, as a 15-year-old schoolgirl, she left her east London home and fled to Syria to become an ISIS bride, but she now wants to return back the UK.
She consequently had her British citizenship revoked by the Home Office over security concerns after leaving Raqqa in 2017 and spoke to GMB from a detainment camp in Syria.
During a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey which aired back in March, Meghan claimed that her mental health had suffered as a result of becoming a senior member of the Royal Family.