Alec Baldwin is once again in hot water with members of the LGBT community after criticizing “22 Jump Street” star Jonah Hill for sounding way too gay during his emotional heartfelt apology on last night’s “Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon after calling a member of the paparazzi a homophobic slur. Baldwin immediately apologized for the homophobic comments about Hill’s public apology for his homophobic comments, before giving the young two-time Oscar-nominee a piece of helpful advice.
“Jonah needs to start using a much deeper and manlier voice like I do when I apologize for yelling homophobic slurs at the paparazzi who harass me and my family,” Baldwin told Hollywood & Swine. “But I’m going to cut Jonah some slack. It wasn’t until the sixteenth time that I had to apologize for calling a photographer a gay slur that I really perfected how to publically show remorse.”