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VIDEO| (Very Funny) Samuel Jackson Takes News Anchor to the Cleaners for Confusing him with Laurence Fishburne

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One of the funniest videos I have seen in a while.It had me laughing so hard.

A news anchor gets it wrong and thinks Samuel Jackson is Laurence Fishburne. Instead of Jackson letting it slide, he just took the news anchor to the cleaners but in a funny way, at least to me. I watched the clip yesterday and played it back so many times I lost count. Each time, I laughed so hard. It was so funny. Every black person has or will experience what Jackson is talking about at some point. I am unsure if it was applicable to this anchor but Jackson’s response was funny. LOL!

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