Samuel L. Jackson tells why he hasn't been invited to Saturday Night Live in ten years

Samuel L. Jackson made the mistake of thinking he has been banned at SNL
According to the actor, he was "banned" for F-word.

Samuel L. Jackson really wants to appear on Saturday Night Live again, but he thinks he is persona non grata there. According to the actor, he was "banned" after he allowed himself to use the F-word in one of his live sketches in 2012.

He recently met with executive director Lorne Michael in New York and asked if he would ever be allowed to return to the show. Michael replied that he still had an invitation. Ten years later, it turns out that no one "banned" Jackson on SNL.

Previously, the actor had even given the name of the person who had banned him from Studio 8H,E!Online informs.

"Kenan [Thompson] got me banned from Saturday Night Live. He didn't cut me off soon enough and I said the forbidden word on television," Jackson complained.

However, it didn't turn out that way, and we may see him next season, as this season is already coming to an end.

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