After his controversial appearance on Saturday Night Live this past weekend, Samuel L. Jackson has managed to spark the latest debate regarding TV: Did he or did he not drop the F-bomb?
The back-and-forth stems from the actors cameo on Kenan Thompsonâ€™s popular mock talk show â€śWhatâ€™s Up With That?â€ť Jackson nearly dropped the F-bomb when he pretended to be irked after getting interrupted by Thompson saying something which sounded very much like the F-word. He also said, very quickly, the words behind the abbreviation b.s.
Regarding the F-bomb, Thompson caught Jackson before he got the word completely out, saying to the Django Unchained star: â€śCâ€™mon, Sam. That costs money!â€ť
Shortly after the skit was done, Jackson took to Twitter trying to explain the gaff. â€śI only said FUH,â€ť he insisted, adding that Thompson was supposed to cut him off when he got to the b.s. part, but â€śblew it!!â€ť
Oh, Sam. It doesnâ€™t matter whether you dropped the f-bizzle or not all that mattered was that we laughed our butts offâ€¦ mission accomplished. Now, what the FCC thought about the matter, thatâ€™s another issue.