Hill said, “It's just about owning up to when you mess up in life, and hopefully some people can learn from mistakes that I've made in my life and that's it.”
Tatum added, “I'll jump in and just say that I think most of the time when people have to go on and sort of apologize for something it might not come off all that well because it's not actually like what they mean. I can honestly say that is not who he is. It came off well and he did it well because he really means it, that wasn’t who he was that day.”
“22 Jump Street” hits theaters June 13.
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway sat down with “22 Jump Street” co-stars and friends Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill to talk about Hill’s recent public apology for using an anti-gay slur against a pesky paparazzo.