Jonah Hill (Jonah Hill) after decades of fighting with physical insecurity, and told all the children there “who doesn’t take off the shirt from the swimming pool”, they are “great, great ,very perfect”.
After the Daily Mail posted a photo of him changing his shirt after a recent surfing meeting, Hill took to Instagram on Friday night. The Oscar-nominated actor attached this article-photos and all-and in the title, he disclosed his long-term anxiety about physical problems.
The “War Dogs” and “Superbad” stars said that until he was in his 30s, he never even took off his shirt in the swimming pool like he was next to his family and friends. He added, “If my childhood insecurity is likely to be early It happened. The public ridicule of my body by the media and interviews over the years has not aggravated this situation. Therefore, it has become a reality that the media tried to harass me when browsing and printing photos so that they could not play with me.
Now, Hill wants to encourage and support children who are now his age, and tell them they are now “perfect.”
He wrote: “I am 37 years old and finally love and accept myself.” “This is not a’good for me’ post. And it is definitely not “feeling bad about my post.” This is for [sic] Children who do not take off their shirts by the swimming pool. have fun. You are great, great, and perfect. All my love. “
Hill then added an epilogue: “Oh, Daily Mail, you can’t even take that smile from my face” with a winking smiley face.
Hill previously talked about the struggle with weight fluctuations in an interview on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2018. He said: “I became famous when I was a teenager, and then For most of my adult life, people listened to me saying that I was fat and fat and unattractive.”
He said that until a few years later, when he directed “Mid 90s,” he realized “how much harm came into my mind.”