Last night on Movernie on the Move, we covered the Jonah Hill apology on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Jonah Hill was being antagonized by a paparazzo and told him to, “Suck my d**k, f****t.” The ordeal was caught on video and TMZ published the homophobic slur.
Hill apologized on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The audience thought that he was going to tell a joke, but his approach took a very serious tone. Almost in tears, he explained that he has always been a supporter of the LGBTQ community. After the paparazzo began insulting his family and making personal attacks, Hill thought of the “most hurtful thing he could think of.”
The 22 Jump Street star told the audience to use this as an example of what not to do.
Also on MoVernie on the Move was Reynold Pan who is the founder of Eat N Mingle. Check out the video above and feel free to share with your friends.