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In the October issue of Playboy, the Pulp Fiction star offered up a stinging critique of the commander in chief's speaking style in front of black audiences, which he says are part of an attempt to sound like "Joe Average."
"First of all, we know it ain't because of his blackness, so I say stop trying to 'relate.' Be a leader. Be f—king presidential," the 64-year-old Jackson griped to the magazine. "Look, I grew up in a society where I could say 'It ain't' or 'What it be' to my friends. But when I'm out presenting myself to the world as me, who graduated from college, who had family who cared about me, who has a well-read background, I f—king conjugate."