Jamie Foxx Says ‘I’m Sorry Miley,’ Feels Bad About ‘Montana’ Girl Jokes

Oscar-winning actor/comedian/singer Jamie Foxx says he’s sorry for the controversial radio show commentary directed at ‘Hannah Montana’ star Miley Cyrus. Foxx, also the host of the Sirius radio distributed “Foxxhole” show, expressed concern and even asked for his comedic license via the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Tuesday. “Sometimes as comedians we go a little bit too far,” Foxx admitted. “I so apologize to her and this is sincere because I am a comedian and you guys know that whatever I say I don’t mean any of it”. Foxx was the subject of backlash Tuesday for several off cuff jokes like “let me get an order of mouth, light on teeth, heavy on the gums” and “catch chlamydia on a bicycle seat” aimed at Cyrus who reportedly slammed Radiohead for not meeting up with her at the Grammy Awards in February. Foxx, also atop the charts with the single “Blame It,” apologized to parents for his jokes as a father. “Miley, I apologize, so I’ll call you. That’s sincere, right? I got a daughter too, so I completely understand. This has really been bothering me.” While Foxx’s apology seems sincere some have taken offense to the comedian’s comment that Cyrus should “make a sextape” or “get like Britney Spears and do heroin”… Can Jamie Foxx keep his comedic license or did he go too far ?


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