Samuel L. Jackson, still on the I am not Laurence Fishburne Rampage

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A little over a month ago  an entertainment reporter call Samuel L. Jackson Laurence Fisburne and all hell broke loose, chile, Samuel Jackson went in on the reporter and would not let up.

The interview as suppose to center around Samuel Jackson promoting his movie “Robocop” but when the reporter called out the wrong name Samuel Jackson went into overdrive right there on live tv.

The question the reporter asked Samuel Jackson was “Did you get a lot of reaction from that Super Bowl commercial and why did he say that.

 

“What Super Bowl commercial?” he said. “See, you’re as crazy as the people on Twitter, I’m not Laurence Fishburne!” he said.

Rubin quickly apologized for the mistake. “My mistake, my mistake, I apologize.”

“Oh hell, no! Really, really?” Jackson ranted while smiled. “We don’t all look alike!” he exclaimed.

”We don’t all look alike!” he told Rubin. “I’m the other guy! …There’s more than one black guy doing commercials! I’m the ‘what’s in your wallet’ black guy! And Morgan Freeman is the other credit card black guy.”

Rubin went on to apologize again in a later segment.

“I do know who Samuel Jackson is,” he said. “Of course a “Captain America” ad had also run during the Super Bowl but I immediately felt so dumb that I didn’t bring that up and he gave me the shellacking that was well-deserved.”

Not letting the matter rest more than 30 days later, Samuel Jackson is now sporting a T-shirt letting the world know, “I am not Laurence Fishburne”  LOL

He has been wearing a specially-made T-shirt for his press interviews to remind reporters who he is. The star shared snaps of himself wearing the shirt on his Twitter.com page and he wore it during a number of interviews with British publications, including a TV interview which aired on U.K. morning show Lorraine on Tuesday (26Mar14), and at a press junket in London.

Source: Associated Press

 

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