Jonah Hill Apologizes for Homophobic Slur on Good Morning America

Actor Jonah Hill made a homophobic slur at a photographer this past weekend. Hill was angry because the photographer was making fun of his clothes. Hill talked with Amy Robach on Good Morning America about the incident.

Hill vows to never use the hateful word again. Hill says, "Words can be really destructive. And this kind of defamatory language can have a profound effect on someone who's questioning their sexuality. It's never okay to use that kind of language. I personally vow to never ever use that word again and I urge everyone to do the same."

Hill's next film is 22 Jump Street with Channing Tatum. He said they loved making the first one and had a great time making the sequel, which arrives in theaters on June 13. Take a look:

Posted on June 4, 2014

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