Jonah Hill does not ask fans to comment on his body, but Sharon Stone does

Oscar-nominated actor Jonah Hill wanting the world to know its body is not an appropriate point of discussion.

The 37-year-old star, best known for his comedic performances and films included The Wolf of Wall Street, 21 Jump Street in the Superbad, went to his verified Instagram page on Wednesday to inform fans it was “not feeling well” to read comments about his body.

“I know you mean well, but I kindly ask you not to comment on my body,” he said written for its 3.1 million followers. “Good or bad I want to politely let you know that it is not helpful and does not feel good. Much respect.”

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Hill had previously written that he was physically ashamed and his latest post called for the support of other celebrities and fans, many applauding him for trying to set boundaries.

Hill’s sister, actress Beanie Feldstein, praised her sister for the post, sharing applause emojis.

SZA singer replied: “Absolutely love you. Thank you !!”

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Oscar-nominated actor Jonah Hill wants the world to know that his body is not an appropriate point of discussion. (Instagram)

Meanwhile, Sharon Stone seems to be missing that “good or bad” mark in Hill’s request, commenting on his post, “I can say you look good because you do,” with a fire emoji.

Hundreds of fans came to Hill’s defense with answers to the Basic Instinct Star, including “reading the room” and “he literally just said no.”

Sharon Stone commented on Jonah Hill’s appearance on Instagram after he asked people to stop. (Instagram)

Hill’s public advocacy comes months after the A-list opened up about his struggles with body image in an Instagram post, revealed that he finally learned self-acceptance in his mid-30s.

In February, he took a screenshot of one Daily mail Article, featuring pictures of him from his wetsuit after surfing in Malibu, California.

“I do not think I ever took my shirt off in a pool until I was also in front of family and friends in my mid – 30s,” he wrote at the time.

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“Probably would have happened earlier if my childhood insecurity had not been exacerbated by years of public ridicule about my body through press and interviewers.”

He continued: “So the idea that the media try to play me off by stalking me while I surf and print such photos and it can no longer frighten me is dope. I’m 37 and I finally like and accept myself.”

In August, Hill revealed a new tattoo this celebrated his commitment to body positivity and self-love.

The new ink on his back reads, “Body Love”, and contains a drawing that looks similar to the logo for Body Glove, the water sports business company.

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