Actor Jonah Hill Yells: “Suck my dick, you faggot,” At Photographer, Apologizes – Audio

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7 Responses

  1. I believe his apology was sincere and I accept it. Calling someone a fagot, queer or homo is still the ultimate insult. He was angry and it came out. He regrets it and I think we should get over it.

  2. Gord says:

    Nope, sorry but these lame excuses and apologies can’t be accepted. Lots of us get mad and annoyed all the time but never feel the need to insult an entire group of people when it happens. This sets a bad example for young people.

  3. Bob in Chicago says:

    I refuse to always be angry and bitter. You have to let go sometimes. His very apology, and sincere apology in my opinion, has set a very good example for young and all people.

  4. Gord says:

    Again. No. To Jimmy Fallon he said it was the “worst” thing he could think of to say. Really? Murderer, pedophile or maybe rapist aren’t worse? No, to him “faggot” is the worse thing to him. This sends a horrible message to young people. He, and you Bob clearly have no idea how much that word hurts and effects young gays. And again, we all get upset sometimes but most of us can find constructive ways to deal with it. I guess we should be glad he wasn’t package or someone could have gotten shot. If we allow people to give in to impulses that’s what happens.

  5. I have lived with ugly words all my life. As have you and all people young and old. You do not know me and you can not judge me. But I will judge you. You are very bitter and angry. You need to let go. It is effecting your logic. It seems twisted to me. You seem to feel that the only way to satisfy you is to destroy Jonah Hill. Give it up or be part of the solution and not part of the angry right judging and not forgiving all people that make you unhappy. The man admitted a mistake. I forgive him whether you will or not. You’re method is very reminiscent of the Westboro Baptist Church. Don’t forgive. Just hate. Good luck. I am done with this thread.

  6. Gord says:

    So now who is bitter and angry? To compare my logic with the WBB just shows your idiocy. And, no, you can’t judge me. You have clearly not listened to what he said in the interview so once you have done that and feel you have comprehended what he said than you can have an opinion on it. As for me being bitter and angry, well nothing could be further from the truth. But I do care about the young gay kids out there that hear the ignorant words coming from people they idolize and sink into suicidal depressions because of it. Perhaps you should get out from behind your computer and visit the real world. (I noticed you comment on a lot of things and that must take a lot of time). Once you get out there and have to deal with some of the repercussions if things like this than you can’t earn the right to comment. (I knew you would be back to read my response)

What do you think?