Jonah Hill shares that he’s uncomfortable with all comments about his body: ‘Good or bad I want to politely let you know it’s not helpful’
Jonah Hill asks his followers not to comment on his body. (Stephane Cardinale-Corbis / Corbis via Getty Images)
Jonah Hill has a message for anyone with comment on his body.
The Wolf of Wall Street star took to Instagram on October 13th to post a note to his followers saying, "I know you mean well, but I beg you to take my body [heart emoji] not good or bad to comment on, I want to politely let you know that it is not helpful and does not feel good. Much respect. "
Famous followers like Tess Holliday cheered Hill while the model - who has seen her own part in body shaming - wrote “THIS” followed by “LOUDER”. Saturday Night Live's Aidy Bryant applauded the post with a simple green check mark. Influencer Remi Bader, famous for her “realistic shopping hauls” on TikTok, added: “Amen”.
Hill has been open about how uncomfortable reactions to his body have made him. In 2018 he appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he explained how he kept much of the pain inside as he established himself as an actor.
"I got famous in my late teens and then spent most of my young adult life listening to people say I was fat and gross and unattractive," he said. "And it was only in the last four years that I had written and directed my film Mid90s that I was beginning to understand how much it hurt and got into my head."
Since then, Hill has embarked on a public journey of self-acceptance. In March, he previously called up tabloids on social media to post photos of himself changing after a day of browsing.
“I don't think I ever took my shirt off in a pool until I was in my mid-30s, even in front of family and friends. It would probably have happened sooner if my insecurities in childhood had not been exacerbated by years of public mockery of my body by the press and interviewers, ”he wrote on Instagram at the time. “The idea that the media is trying to trick me by following me surfing and printing photos like this and not being able to stop me is stupid. I'm 37 and I finally love and accept myself. "
In August, the Superbad star announced that he got the feel when he showed a tattoo of the words "Body Love" in honor of his new hiring.
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