Jonah Hill was recently dubbed a diva for having such a big head since he became famous in Hollywood.

In its Jan. 3 issue, Star claimed that Hill is just faking his humility because fans tend to relate to him more. And when they do, he becomes egotistical.

“Now that he’s starting to get more power, it’s going straight to his head. He’s become a complete diva, arriving with a huge entourage and ordering people around,” a source said.

The insider also said that no one wants to call Hill out so he might not realize that he’s changed.

“It’s too bad because Jonah actually to be a really a cool guy. Now he’s just another Hollywood egotist,” the source said.

Earlier this month, Hill sounded like a wonderful guy when he appeared on The Tonight Show. While there, he shared how he came up with the idea to play Jerry Garcia in a biopic.

But after he finalized his idea for the project, Hill revealed how he convinced himself for an entire hour saying that he doesn’t deserve to give life to Garcia because he’s not that good.

However, the actor was surprised when director Martin Scorsese signed on to helm the project.

In the past, Hill also revealed that he struggled with his self-doubt after he heard people call him fat and gross.

During his appearance on the Ellen Show in 2018, the actor detailed his struggles with host Ellen DeGeneres.

“I became famous in my late teens and then spent most of my young adult life listening to people say that I was fat and gross and unattractive. And it’s only in the last four years writing and directing my movie, Mid90s, that I’ve started to understand how much that hurt and got into my head,” he said.

Hill also said that the comments that he heard while he was growing up stuck with him after all these years.

DeGeneres said that she understands what Hill is trying to say especially for people that grew up in Hollywood.

At the time, there was no indication that Hill has turned into an egotistical person. And until today, there’s also no proof that this is the case.

It is possible for the tabloid to just be making up these stories about Hill for clickbait.