Jonah Hill has no time for surfing haters after hitting back at weight comments
Jonah Hill is not here for people trolling his love of surfing.
The 21 Jump Street actor, 37, recently pleaded with fans to stop making comments on his weight after pictures surfaced of him enjoying time in the water.
Sharon Stone appeared to ignore his message, and was promptly blasted by followers for not listening.
According to Entertainment Tonight Canada, he has since taken to his Instagram story to share sticker which trolled his passion for water sports, reading: ‘Jonah Hill ruined surfing’.
However, the Oscar nominee insisted that he has no intention of packing his surfboard away anytime soon.
‘I will never stop doing things that make me happy no matter how insecure my happiness makes you,’ he penned.
We couldn’t have put it better ourselves.
Girlfriend Sarah Brady also had her beau’s back, reportedly posting on her own page: ‘Only kooks do s**t like this. I know this ain’t it. Respect your beach by respecting others.
‘If you feel the need to rain on someone else’s parade, ask yourself why and consider getting yourself a life.
‘I love my man @JonahHill and am proud of him for getting into surfing for the pure joy it brings.’
Jonah recently made headlines when he shared a note on his social media platform, urging anyone who wanted to comment on his figure to think twice.
‘I know you mean well but I kindly ask that you not comment on my body,’ he penned to his 3.2million followers.
‘Good or bad I want to politely let you know it’s not helpful and doesn’t feel good. Much respect.’
As many rushed to praise his post, Basic Instinct star Sharon caused controversy when she penned: ‘Can I say u look good cuz u do’, with a flame emoji.
Fans were quick to point out that, even though her words were meant with good intensions, it went against Jonah’s wishes.
An Instagram user replied: ‘He clearly said no,’ as one questioned: ‘Did you read the post?’
Another blasted: ‘You missed the ENTIRE point.’
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