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

Curse

 

Jack Black Jonah Hill has apologized for yelling a homophobic slur at a photographer over the weekend.

The “22 Jump Street” star was caught on camera by TMZ over the weekend taking a stroll with a pal in Los Angeles when he lost his temper.

The 30-year-old actor turned angry at the photog following him, abruptly snapping back when he told him to have a good day.

“Suck my dick, you faggot,” Hill yelled.

Apparently the photographer was teasing Hill about his outfit choice

“I like the shorts though, bro. They are pretty sexy.” said the photog before Hill exploded.

Hill made an appearance on Howard Stern’s radio show (of all places) on Tuesday and sincerely apologized for his actions.

I’m upset, because, from the day I was born, and publicly, I’ve been a gay rights activist,” he told Stern in the audio clip.

To “give it some context, not excusing what I said in any way, this person had been following me around all day, had been saying hurtful things and I lost my cool. And in that moment, I said a disgusting word, that does not at all reflect how I feel about any group of people,”

“I’m not at all defending my choice of words but I am happy to be the poster boy for thinking about what you say, and how those words even though you don’t intend them, they are rooted in hate, and that’s bulls–t and I shouldn’t have said that.”

“What I said in that moment was disgusting and a hurtful term I should have either said nothing or f— you, instead I use a word I don’t use in my personal life, it’s not part of my vernacular. I’m happy to take the heat for using this disgusting word but it would break my heart for anyone to think I would be against anyone for their sexuality.


Is it really that big a big deal?  And do you think he’s ever said that to his close “buddy” James Franco?

 

 

Homo Say What? – Neo Nazi AND Homophobe Jesse James: ‘Maybe Just Maybe? If You Suck His Di**k Real Hard He Might Even Put You Guys On TV!’

Neo-Nazi and Homophobe? 

Radaronline published part of an email allegedly sent by Jesse James to a former coworker, full of gay slurs:
Now I kinda find it hard to believe that Sandra Bullock knew about none of his behavior when she married him.  The only excuse Sandra might have right now is that Jessee is hung like a moose.  Other than that if she didn’t know……she’s an idiot.

“In what appears to be a falling out between Jesse and two other men Jesse starts the correspondence by writing, ‘Now you guys will be able to Suck each others D***s without anyone giving you a hard time for it!…That’s right!…my place is ‘f***ed up’..and the Two most ‘f***ed up’ things about my place are gone now!…..Don’t worry though you 2 f***ots will be fine!’ Jesse continued. ‘Maybe Just Maybe? If you suck his d**k real hard he might even put you guys on TV!’…Several sources have confirmed to RadarOnline.com that Jesse has always had a problem with the gay community and is known for making gay slurs in the workplace. ‘He uses the word f***ot all the time,’ an insider said. ‘It makes people really uncomfortable and it’s very inappropriate, but it flows out of his mouth just as naturally as ‘please’ or ‘thank you’ does with most people.'”

Watch The Pulled UK Football Association Anti-Gay Public Service Announcement – (Video)

For two years the UK Football Association has been working on an anti-homophobia campaign which included the PSA video below which was set to premiere at Wembley Stadium this week.  In an unexpected move the PSA has been pulled at the last minute, inspiring criticism from gay rights groups over the FA’s commitment to fight anti-gay behavior at matches.

The video contains a football fan on his way to his office, hurling anti-gay slurs in the workplace and on the street, and asks, ‘if that kind of language is not permitted in those situations, why should it be permitted at a football match?  The decision has sparked a debate within the gay community about whether the shocking video was the right strategy and would have preferred a more “uplifting, MTV-style” video featuring high-profile players.

Personally I think the “in your face” content is quite effective at showing how ugly these anti-gay slurs really are.