Jonah Hill has asked supporters to’stop body-shaming’ him since his recent weight reduction ‘doesn’t feel good.’
JONAH Hill has begged supporters to refrain from making sexual remarks about him.
On Wednesday, the 37-year-old actor, whose weight has changed over the years and with his various movie roles, posted the statement to Instagram.
Thanks to his passion of surfing, the War Dogs star is currently looking slimmer.
“I know you mean well but I kindly ask that you not remark on my body good or bad I want to nicely let you know it’s not helpful and doesn’t feel good,” he posted on Instagram in response to comments about his body. Respectfully.” Jonah criticized the Daily Mail in February, accusing the publication of attempting to body shame him by posting images of him surfing shirtless.
“I don’t think I ever took off my shirt in a pool until I was in my mid-thirties, even in front of family and friends,” he wrote.
The actor stated, “Probably would have happened sooner if my early issues weren’t exacerbated by years of public mocking about my body by journalists and interviewers.”
“So the concept that the media is trying to play me by following me around while I’m surfing and printing images like this and it’s no longer bothering me is awesome.”
“I’m 37 years old and have finally learned to love and accept myself. This isn’t a post on how beneficial it is for you.
“It’s also not a ‘feel sorry for me’ post.” It’s for the kids who refuse to remove their shirt at the pool. Have fun with it. You’re fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, fantastic, Hill added, “With all my love.”
“Oh, and Daily Mail, you can’t take my smile away from me ;).”
Since his breakout appearance in Superbad in 2007, the Oscar winner has gained and shed a lot of weight.
After concluding filming on Moneyball with Brad Pitt in 2011, he had his first major makeover. After adopting a healthier diet, the actor flaunted a leaner shape.
He regained some of his weight for his role as Donnie Azoff in the 2013 film Wolf of Wall Street.
In 2015, he put on 40 pounds to portray a weapons dealer alongside Miles Teller in War Dogs.
A year later, with the support of Jump Street co-star Channing Tatum, he wanted to lose weight and started boxing.
“I gained weight for this movie War Dogs, and then I wanted to get in better condition, so I phoned Channing Tatum and asked, ‘Hey, if I eat less and go to a trainer, would I get in better shape?’” he said on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in 2016.
‘Yes, you stupid motherf***,’ he said.
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