Samuel L. Jackson Wants You To ‘Stay The F–k At Home’

Samuel L. Jackson had a very blunt message for everyone amid the coronavirus epidemic.

During an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Tuesday night via video call, the Snakes On A Plane star gave viewers a taste of the sequel to the 2011 bestselling book Go the F–k to Sleep which was written by Adam Mansbach and was famously read by Jackson on YouTube.



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“People thought that would be the perfect time to bring that back,” Jackson told Kimmel.

“I got a call the other day from Adam Mansbach, the guy that wrote the original Go the F**k to Sleep, and we talked about what we could do to remind people of social distancing and where we are in these times now.

"So he wrote a new poem, I read it and we want to present it to the public right now.”



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The profanity laced poem read:

“Now technically I’m not a doctor/But motherf***ers listen when I read a poem/So here I am, Sam F***ing Jackson/ Imploring you: Keep your a** at home.” 

The poem then urges people to skip going to the casino and seeing friends, before thanking everyone for “doing your part to flatten the curve because that s*** is steep.”

It’s not the first time the 71-year-old cheekily repurposed Go the F–k to Sleep.

Back in 2012, he created a campaign ad for then-President Barack Obama in which he demanded voters “Wake the f–k up” and vote for Obama for a second term.

Image: Jimmy Kimmel Live! / Youtube