Jonah Hill Stops by "Tonight Show," is “Deeply Sorry” for Gay Slur
After uttering a gay slur over the weekend towards a paparazzo, Jonah Hill found him self in a round of apologizes this week.
Continuing the discussion, the “22 Jump Street” stopped by the “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and opened up about his moment of weakness.
Stating how “deeply sorry” he was, Jonah discussed the incident and said the photographer had been “attacking me personally and my family personally,” and got him so “angry” that he “wanted to hurt him back.”
He then went on the spew the most hurtful words he could think of and he didn’t mean it in a homophobic way. Hill added, “No one deserves to say or hear words like that. I don’t deserve or expect your forgiveness. Use me as example of what not to do.”
In movie news, "22 Jump Street" hits theaters June 13! Watch Jonah's interview below.
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