Kenan Thompson, Samuel L. Jackson

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Samuel L. Jackson continues to defend himself against the speculation that he said the F-word on Saturday Night Live over the weekend.

While appearing on Tuesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, the subject of the actor's supposed use of profanity during the "What's Up With That?" skit featuring Kenan Thompson came up.

After reiterating what he had tweeted earlier, that he only "said half of it," Jackson went on to point the finger at Thompson.

"He was supposed to cut me off!" Jackson exclaimed.

The Django Unchained star then added, "I'm used to working with professionals that know their lines. Even ones that are written on cue cards in front of you."


Of course, it's hard to know for sure if Jackson was really being serious when he said that. What do you think? Sound off in the comments below.

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