Jonah Hill Apologizes for Homophobic Slur


On Wednesday, Jonah Hill went on the Tonight Show to apologize again for an incident that occurred this weekend, in which he used an anti-gay slur in a confrontation with a paparazzo. (He also issued a similar mea culpa on Howard Stern's radio show Tuesday morning). A visibly uncomfortable Hill expressed his regrets to Fallon's audience, saying he's "heartbroken" and doesn't "deserve or expect your forgiveness." He also made a request to viewers at home: "If someone says something that hurts you or angers you, use me as an example of what not to do and don't respond with hatred or anger, because you're just adding more ugliness into the world." Watch: