Actor Jonah Hill has asked his followers to stop commenting on his body, whether they have good intentions or bad intentions.
In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the Oscar-nominated actor wrote to his 3.1 million followers that he “doesn’t feel good” reading articles about his body.
“I know you have good intentions, but please don’t comment on my body,” the 37-year-old actor wrote. “Good or bad, I want to politely let you know that it’s not helpful and it doesn’t feel good.” Lots of respect. “
The post was praised by a number of celebrities, including her sister Beanie Feldstein, singer Sza and actress Olivia Munn.
“I absolutely love you. Thank you !!” Sza wrote.
The post came just months after Hill opened up about “childhood insecurities” about her body.
On February 26, Hill, who rose to fame after his role in “Superbad,” shared a screenshot of a Daily Mail article that showed him shirtless and changing into a black jumpsuit.
In the previous Instagram post, he wrote: “I don’t think I ever took my shirt off in a swimming pool until I was in my mid-thirties, even in front of my family and friends. It probably would have happened sooner if my Childhood insecurities hadn’t been exacerbated by years of public mockery over my body by the press and interviewers. “
Hill continued, “So the idea of the media trying to play me out by stalking me while surfing and printing photos like this and it can’t phase me in anymore is stupid. I’m 37 and finally I love myself and I accept myself. “
For the kids who are still unsure of taking their shirts off at the pool, Hill had a few words of wisdom: “Have fun. You are wonderful and awesome. All my love.”