Samuel L. Jackson Curses With Class While Urging People to Stay at Home Amid Coronavirus
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In a new episode of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', the 'Avengers: Endgame' actor has a strong message about practicing social distancing, saying, 'stay the f**k at home.'

AceShowbiz - Samuel L. Jackson has his own method to encourage people to practice self-isolation amid the coronavirus outbreak. Making an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", the "Kingsman: The Secret Service" actor showed off how to curse with class while asking fans to "stay the f**k at home."

In the Tuesday, March 31 episode of the ABC's talk show, the 71-year-old Hollywood star read a sequel to children's book "Go the F**k to Sleep" from Adam Mansbach. The book was titled "Stay the F**k at Home" and it was the adjustment to the current situation. "Stay the f**k at home. Corona is spreading, this s**t is no joke," he read.

"It's no time to work or roam. The way you can fight it is simple my friends, stay the f**k at home," the veteran actor continued. "Now technically I'm not a doctor. But motherf****rs listen when I read a poem. So here I am, Sam Fu****g Jackson, imploring you: Keep your a** at home. If you want things to get back to normal, don't panic. Just use your dome. Wash your hands, stop touching your face and stay the f**k at home."

Telling "motherf****r" that this is not the "time to gamble," the actor playing Nick Fury in the Marvel Universe movies went on, "Just stay the f**k at home. As if your name was Trenton Quarantino." He stressed that people could still "use the motherf*****g app on your phone" to "see your friends." He further reminded that they only could leave their home if they "just ran out of groceries."

Thanking those who stay at home "for doing your part to flatten the curve," Jackson could not help but noted "that s**t is steep." He concluded his expletive-filled poem by stating, "And now that you're home, please feel free. To go the f**k to sleep!"

This was not the first time Jackson used "Go the F**k to Sleep" to raise awareness on serious issues. Back in 2012, he also altered words in the book to endorse former President Barack Obama in his video campaign. "Sorry, my friends, but there's no time to snore," he said. "An out-of-touch millionaire has just declared a war. On schools, the environment, unions, fair pay."

"We're all on our own if Romney has his way," he went on. "And he's against safety nets, if you fall, tough luck. So I strongly suggest that you wake the f**k up."

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