Late Night Last Night: Samuel L. Jackson Slams Kenan Thompson as Unprofessional

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Someone grab some soap for Samuel L. Jackson‘s foul mouth. If you were watching Saturday Night Live Saturday, you probably heard the 63-year-old Django Unchained actor spit out the dirty words “f**k” and “bulls***.” But now Jackson is denying that he ever said “f**k” in full, while he admits he said the second word in full. “I said half of it. I said, ‘Fuh”Jackson told Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday night. “I got the next whole word out.” But instead of apologizing for cursing on national TV, Jackson decided to blame the whole incident on his SNL skit partner Kenan Thompson, and even implied that Thompson is unprofessional.

“He was supposed to cut me off,” Jackson said. “I’m used to working with professionals that know their lines, even the ones that are written on cue cards in front of you.” Ouch! That’s gotta hurt coming from such a revered actor.

Now the ball’s in Thompson’s court. Will he return a severe blow, or let Jackson’s words speak for themselves? Your move, Thompson!

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News Editor Lindsey DiMattina started her career writing for a series of interior design magazines in South Florida, but moved to NYC on a whim. She dabbled in fashion PR, then took a job doing celebrity reporting. For three years, she broke news about Kim Kardashian, Mariah Carey, Snooki, Bachelor/Bachelorette winners, Teen Moms, and many more. In her spare time, you can find her rocking out to Sugarland or Lil Jon and walking her dog Bene Hendrix (named after the Jimi Hendrix). She never misses an episode of “The Borgias,” “Boardwalk Empire,” or “Game of Thrones."