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Tonight Show video | Apologetic Jonah Hill tells viewers, 'Use me as an example of what not to do'

Actor Jonah Hill continued his public apologies on Tuesday after telling an obnoxious paparazzi, "Suck my d***, you f*****!"

"The word I chose is grotesque and no one deserves to say or hear words like that," Hill tearfully told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. "I've been a supporter of the LGBTQ community my entire my life and I completely let the members of that community and everybody else down when I used a word like that this weekend. My heart's broken and I genuinely am deeply sorry to anyone who's ever been affected by that term in their life."

Hill tells viewers, especially young people: "If someone says something that hurts you or angers you, use me as an example of what not to do. Don't respond with hatred or anger because you're just adding more ugliness to the world."

After watching the official Tonight Show video, read the comments and replies. Here are a few:


logandrillteam: what happened to freedom of speech???

Mitchell Wiggs: Freedom of speech ensures that you can't be prosecuted for what you say (short of threatening someone's life). It doesn't mean that you can say whatever you want at anytime, and face no repercussions. You have the legal freedom to tell your boss to go fuck himself, but don't complain when he fires you afterwords.


Equallysplitintwo: I mean seriously was any one offended by his calling the guy a faggot ?


Guy Fawkes: These homosexuals are being sugar coated and pampered so much now in society. All to implement the evil agenda that being gay is okay. Idc what anyone thinks, gays shouldn't be aloud, bring in Putin for American president lmao

Driver: "gays shouldn't be aloud"
Sums up your paragraph there, pretty much.


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