Emily Ratajkowski and Piers Morgan have exchanged blows on Twitter once again, after the British journalist criticised her for doing a nude photoshoot for the latest edition of Harper’s Bazaar magazine.

Ratajkowski appears totally naked astride a white horse on the front cover of August’s edition of the magazine, responded to a seemingly flippant remark that Morgan made shortly after the Bazaar image was published on Thursday (July 7th).

“Do you want me to buy you some clothes? You look freezing,” he wrote. “I don't need clothes as much as you need press,” the model replied almost instantly. Ha-burn!

Despite the shut-down, Morgan tweeted several more times, noting that he had more followers than she did so that it might be her than needs the press coverage.

“It's in the name of money,” he said. “Emily Ratajowski posing FULLY-CLOTHED would be a bigger news story.”

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The 25 year old Gone Girl actress, who rocketed to fame in Robin Thicke’s infamous ‘Blurred Lines’ music video back in 2013 and has subsequently tried to distance herself from that, discussed her take on feminism in the interview alongside noted feminist author Naomi Wolf.

Specifically, she addressed the furore triggered after her joint nude selfie with Kim Kardashian back in March. “That made me really angry,” Ratajkowski said, particularly referring to the comments that Morgan made back then when he declared feminism to be “dead”.

“The whole idea is that when Kim takes a nude selfie, she’s just seeking attention,” she said. “That’s not the issue. A woman can be seeking attention and also make a statement. They don’t need to be mutually exclusive… You know, when Lena Dunham takes her clothes off, she gets flack, but it's also considered brave; when Justin Bieber takes his shirt off, he's a grown-up. But when a woman who is sexual takes off her top, it plays into something,” she said.

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