“It’s not helpful and doesn’t feel good.”
Jonah Hill has asked his fans to “not comment” on his body image through a request on social media.
The actor addressed criticism of his weight earlier this year daily Mail Published his shirtless photos.
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Posting a screenshot of the article on Instagram, Hill wrote: “I don’t think I ever took my shirt off at the pool until I was in my mid-30s in front of my family and friends. It probably would have happened sooner if my childhood insecurities had not been exacerbated by years of public ridicule about my body by the press and interviewers.
Now, Hill has taken to Instagram again, this time asking fans not to address her body image.
“I know you mean well but I beg you not to comment on my body. Good or bad, I want to politely tell you that it is not helpful and does not look good. Much respect,” Hill wrote in the post.
Hill’s sister Benny Feldstein was also among those who voiced support for the actor. “He’s my brother,” she commented alongside the post.
SZA also praised Hill. “Absolutely love it. Thank you,” she wrote.
Hill has several upcoming projects in the pipeline. Over the summer, it was announced that he would co-star with Eddie Murphy in a new comedy film for Netflix.
The untitled feature has been described as “an in-depth examination of modern love and family dynamics and how conflicting cultures, social expectations, and generational differences shape and affect relationships”.
Hill will also appear in the political satire starring Adam McKay don’t look up With Leonard DiCaprio, Ariana Grande and Meryl Streep.