Sharon Stone backs down on Jonah Hill’s compliment after asking for ‘no comment on my body’

She did not use her basic instinct.

After Jonah Hill polite asked his followers on Instagram not to comment on his body – good or bad – actress Sharon Stone posted a comment asking, “Can I say you look good because you do,” with a fire emoji.

The comment from Stone’s verified account drew the attention of some Hill fans who posted responses to the “Casino” and “Basic Instinct” stars, such as “Read the room” and “He literally said no, Sharon Stone” . Sheesh. “

“Would be amazing if you read this comment and learn how to read it,” another commenter posted.

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Actress Sharon Stone received backlash from fans on social media for complimenting Jonah Hill after he made a public plea to ask people 'not to comment on my body'.

Actress Sharon Stone received backlash from fans on social media for complimenting Jonah Hill after he made a public plea to ask people ‘not to comment on my body’.

However, one person pointed out that she did not comment on his body, but only said that he looked good.

Hill, 37, has previously published on Wednesday, “I know you mean well, but I kindly ask you not to comment on my body … Good or bad I want to politely say that it is not helpful and does not feel good. Much respect.”

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But like a crazy aunt on Thanksgiving, Stone, 63, apparently couldn’t stop himself from paying that unwanted compliment.

The gains and losses of the “Superbad” star have been tabloid and social media fodder over the years. Recently, he opened up to his fans and friends on social media about his physical and mental health.

Jonah Hill opened up to fans about his weight struggles.

Jonah Hill opened up to fans about his weight struggles.
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He posted earlier this year: “I do not think I ever took my shirt off in a pool until I was in my mid – 30s, even in front of family and friends … Probably it would have happened sooner if my childhood insecurities had not “I was 37 and I finally love and accept myself.”

He too showed a new tattoo said in August, “Body Love,” in an old-school Body Glove Surfmark logo.

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Meanwhile, Stone said sot City & Country last year. “People still want to see my tits … It’s like, ‘Really? Grow big!'” little tits! “)

She added, “I think I never thought I was so sexy,” and added to her femme fatale “Basic Instinct” role, “It’s hard because everyone expects you to always be that way. It was very hard to “She made movies that were really important, like ‘Bus Stop,’ ‘The Misfits,’ but she still couldn’t quite get over it. It’s very difficult to shake.”

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Stone’s body also shared his fair share of fans and comments on Instagram.

In June, Stone posted a bikini photo with the headline, “Happy Summer,” which had celeb fans from Jamie Lee Curtis to Lisa Rinna, Mariska Hargitay, Andie MacDowell and more.

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Hill’s request to stop people commenting on his physique also received the approval of celebrities such as SZA, Olivia Munn and Aidy Bryant – who all used heart emojis or other neutral words of support.

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