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Samuel L. Jackson reads ‘Stay the f- at home' as pandemic advice

Posted On: Apr 2, 2020   |   Posted By: WGN TV

Samuel L. Jackson has some advice for people during the pandemic, and you'd better listen up.
The actor performed a dramatic reading of ‘Stay the f- at home' on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
The profane performance was a parody of a hit book with an audio version narrated by Jackson: “Go the F- to Sleep” by Adam Mansbach.
WARNING: LOTS OF BLEEPED PROFANITY
Jackson has a point, if you're under a stay-at-home order, please follow it. You don't have to use profanity.
He's not the only celebrity pitching in to fight coronavirus, here's “Seinfeld” creator Larry David on the incredible upside of staying indoors:
“You're hurting old people like me. Well, not me... I'll never see you.”
Larry David wants everyone to stay home to protect older Californians from COVID19 !
He does not do these things.
Listen to Larry. StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/C5cKOaAufE - Office of the Governor of California March 31, 2020

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