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‘We may be black…but we don’t all look alike.’ Samuel L. Jackson goes off on news anchor

Screen Shot 2014-02-11 at 11.31.21 AMSamuel L. Jackson was promoting his new film Robocop when the entertainment anchor of a morning news show asked him about his Super Bowl commercial, obviously mistaking him for actor Lawrence Fishburne.

“I’m not Laurence Fishburne,” Jackson exclaimed after a painfully long silence. “We don’t all look alike! We may be black and famous, but we don’t all look alike!”

When the news anchor realized his mistake and tried to go back to talking about Robocop, Samuel L. Jackson wasn’t having any of that.

“Let’s talk about Robocop,” the reporter said.

“Oh, hell no! Really?” Jackson replied and then proceeded to school the reporter. Lol. Watch the video after the cut.

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  1. Kachi

     /  February 12, 2014

    Oh!

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  2. Yemie

     /  February 12, 2014

    Mehn, this anchor just had to goof on none other than the crude one, Samuel L Jackson. It doesn’t get any ‘rawer’ than this. In real life, he’s a no-nonsense guy, noone dares to cross him. LMAO.

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