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Sharon Stone objects to Jonah Hill’s compliment over request to “not comment on my body”


She didn’t use her basic instinct.

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

Stone’s verified account comment elicited the ire of some Hill fans, who posted responses to the “Casino” and “Basic Instinct” star such as “read the play” and “He literally said no, Sharon. Stone. Sheesh. “

“It would be great if you could remove this comment and learn how to read,” posted another commenter.

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Actress Sharon Stone received a backlash from fans on social media for complimenting Jonah Hill after she launched a public appeal asking people to “not comment on my body.”

However, one person pointed out that they are not commenting on their body, just saying that they look good.

Hill, 37, previously posted on Wednesday: “I know you mean well, but I ask you not to comment on my body … Good or bad, I want to politely let you know that it is not helpful and that it is does not do good. A lot of respect. “

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But like a crazy aunt on Thanksgiving, Stone, 63, apparently couldn’t help but give the unwanted compliment.

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

Sharon Stone objects to Jonah Hill’s compliment over request to “not comment on my body”

Jonah Hill has opened up to fans about his weight issues.
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He posted earlier this year: “I don’t think I ever took my shirt off in a pool until I was in my mid-thirties, even in front of my family and friends… This probably would have happened sooner if my insecurities of childhood had not been exacerbated by years of public mockery of my body by the press and interviewers. I am 37 years old and I love and finally accept myself. “

He also showed off a new tattoo in August that said “Body Love,” in an old-fashioned Body Glove surf brand logo.

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Meanwhile, Stone told Town & Country last year. “People always want to see my breasts… It’s like ‘Really? Grow up!'”

She added, “I mean, I never thought I was so sexy,” and added about her role as femme fatale in “Basic Instinct,” “It’s difficult, because everyone world expects you to be all the time. It was very difficult for Marilyn Monroe. She made movies that really mattered, like ‘Bus Stop’, ‘The Misfits’, but she still didn’t make it to get out of this thing completely. It’s very hard to shake. “

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Stone’s body has also had its fair share of fans and comments on Instagram.

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

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