Jonah Hill slammed body shaming comments

He claims he doesn't want his body to be talked about by Hollywood or by the fans.

Hollywood actor and Oscar nominee Jonah Hill says he does not want his body to be the talk of the town.

"The Wolf of Wall Street," "21 Jump Street," and "Superbad" actor, 37, took to his verified Instagram page on Wednesday to express his displeasure with the body-shaming remarks he's received. According to him, the comments on his body were hurtful. He asked his 3.1 million fans to please refrain from doing so. "It doesn't matter if it's good or bad, I just wanted to let you know that I find it unhelpful and unpleasant. With all due respect,"
SZA, a singer-songwriter, responded as follows: "I adore you with all my heart. Thank you so much for your kind words!" Hill's public plea comes months after the Hollywood A-lister revealed in an Instagram post that he finally learned self-acceptance in his mid-30s regarding his difficulties with body image.

After surfing in Malibu, California, he shared a picture of himself changing out of his wetsuit with the Daily Mail. Even in front of family and friends, he wrote, "I don't think I ever pulled my shirt off in a swimming pool until I was in my mid-30s. As a result of years of public mocking by the press and interviewers, my childhood fears were amplified. He went on to say: "So it's awesome that the media is trying to pull a prank on me by following me around while I'm surfing and producing images like this. Now that I'm 37, I fully accept and adore myself."

Hill debuted a new tattoo in August, honoring his commitment to body positivity and self-acceptance. An inscription that appears to be a logo for the water sports gear firm Body Glove can be found in new tattoo ink on his back. Meghan McCain believes that it is best to keep one's opinions about the appearance of others private. A note written by Jonah Hill this week was shared by the 36-year-old former co-host of The View on her Instagram Story on Thursday, urging that people refrain from making comments about his body.

The actor posted on Instagram: "I know you mean well but I humbly beg that you not comment on my body." "It doesn't matter if it's good or bad, I just wanted to let you know that I find it unhelpful and unpleasant. With all due respect,"

With what Jonah Hill shared, McCain posted on her Instagram Story: "Why don't we make it a basic rule that applies to everyone? Thank you for your time, by the way."

McCain isn't the only one who believes in what Hill has to say about body shaming. Friends and supporters of Hill's message placed green checkmark emoji comments on his post, including comedian Aidy Bryant. Daniel Franzese, who starred in Mean Girls, replied with a single fist emoji. People have tried to attack McCain's appearance before, but she has always responded with venom. She responded angrily to a fan who made fun of her hair extensions earlier this year.

It was during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 2019 that she and her co-host Abby Huntsman dressed in pink for a photo that one woman encouraged her to "go on a diet." She used this as an occasion to speak more seriously about the hazards of body shaming. When did you lose all of those pounds?" the woman asked in a now-deleted tweet. There is no doubt that Jenny Craig, NutriSystem, or Weight Watchers would promote you. McCain was quick to let the woman know that her remark was hurtful and inconsiderate.

When confronted with such harassment, she said, "It can lead women to eating problems." "Fortunately, I was never affected by it. Neither a man nor a job came my way because I didn't diet, and I hope young girls see me and realize they don't have to either."

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