Jonah Hill's getting serious.
The "Wolf of Wall Street" actor sat down with Jimmy Fallon Tuesday on the "Tonight Show," where he took a moment to sincerely apologize for using a homophobic slur last weekend against a paparazzo.
Check out the video above to see Hill address his controversial remarks!
Last weekend, the actor was being followed by a photographer in Los Angeles who was trying to get a reaction from him. Jonah lashed out and yelled "suck my d--k, you f----t."
It definitely feels like the 30-year-old is truly sorry for using the hateful word. Jonah told Fallon that he understands that words have "weight," but in that moment his temper got the best of him.
"I didn’t mean this in the sense of the word, I didn’t mean it in a homophobic way,” he said, as he sounded emotional.
"I think that doesn’t matter, how you mean things doesn’t matter—words have weight and meaning. The word I chose was grotesque and no one deserves to say or hear words like that.”
It definitely sounds like the "Superbad" star really feels terrible about the situation -- what do you think about Hill's apology? Tell toofab in the comment section below!
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