So, what happens when you haven’t had a major success in a few years and you’re under pressure to keep your life of luxury at all costs? You start shooting off your mouth about a 16 year old girl, obviously.
Sure, while doing his bit on his pay for radio show (I refuse to give the name of the carrier, here) Jaime Foxx said, “Make a sex tape and grow up!”, referring to Miley Cyrus. Foxx, a 41 year old man with a daughter himself, quickly trying to do damage control on the Tonight Show, offered the teen an apology saying, “…as comedians, as we do, we go a little bit too far.”
No matter just what anybody thinks of Miley Cyrus, she’s still a minor, and he, an adult. If it would have happened on the internet, she could of even made a weak case for cyber-bullying. My problem is I don’t think an actor that’s tanked several times recently should be giving career advice to anyone. True, he apologized, right after the court of public opinion turned on him.
Foxx later went on to tell Leno, talking of his radio show, “we go at everybody.” Really, Jaime? Well, here at The Throwdown, we go at celebrities that pick fights with children to keep their name in the paper. By the way, I saw “Stealth”, and I want my eight bucks back, chump.