Jonah Hill Apologizes For Using Homophobic Slur
Jonah Hill is out promoting 22 Jump Street, but, instead, it has turned into the "I’m Sorry" tour as the star is apologizing for making an offensive homophobic remark. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
Actor Jonah Hill is making the rounds apologizing for a homophobic slur he used against a paparazzi photographer. It was first reported by TMZ.
Hill appeared on The Tonight Show Tuesday night and said, “I said the most hurtful word I could think of in that moment. Words have weight and meaning and the word I chose was grotesque. You know, no one deserves to say or hear words like that."
He is making the apology while promoting his new movie 22 Jump Street. Hill also appeared on Good Morning America, saying, “It's never okay to use that kind of language and I personally vow to never use that word again and I urge others to do the same.”
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