"Rolling Stone tried to define you this year," Helms said.
"As a result, not only was this community thrown deep into turmoil, but the incredibly important struggle to address sexual violence on campuses nationwide was suddenly more confusing than ever, and needlessly set back." Helms is best known for his roles in the TV show "The Office" and "The Hangover" movies.
His 2005 segment "Battle of the Bulge", which focused on the wearing of Speedo bathing suits on the beaches of Cape May, New Jersey, and his "Mass.
Hysteria" segment, in which he reported criticism of Massachusetts when it became the first state to legalize gay marriage, are regarded by TV Guide as his signature segments on the program.
Helms concurrently worked as a trainee film editor at Crew Cuts, a post-production facility in New York City.