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John David Washington had to ‘do chores’ after moving in with dad Denzel during lockdown

Denzel Washington has been keeping his actor son John David Washington busy with household chores during lockdown.

The 36-year-old Tenet star appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with guest host Samuel L. Jackson, where he talked about living with his dad once again amid the COVID-19 crisis.

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“You really live in Brooklyn, but since the pandemic has happened you had to come back home. So you’re living in the house again, right?” Samuel asked.

“Technically not anymore, but I was,” John responded. “I was in my old room.”

Samuel, who is known to be close to the family, went on to ask John if Denzel made him do chores again, as Denzel likes “some order in the house.”

“I can’t believe we’re doing this right now,” John laughed. “There was a chore or two. My chore was to make sure I’m down for dinner in time.”

“That’s not a chore,” Samuel responded. “A chore is like sweeping the driveway, taking the garbage out, something to earn your keep.”

“How about cooking? There you go, I earned my keep that way,” John insisted.

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