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Samuel L Jackson forces interviewer to use the 'N-word'

2013-01-02 22:50:19

Jake Hamilton and Quentin Tarantino

Things take an interesting turn when Emmy Award-winner Jake Hamilton (pictured above left) interviews the cast of the controversial Quentin Tarantino (pictured above right) film "Django Unchained" and Mr. F-Bomb himself Samuel L. Jackson refuses to answer a question unless Hamilton says the N-word.

Flashing a nervous grin, Hamilton attempts to dodge the question and Jackson is clearly not trying to hear it.

The following is a partial transcription of the exchange that takes place in the video below.

HAMILTON: "I don't want to say it."

JACKSON: "Why not?"

HAMILTON: "I don't like to say it."

JACKSON: "Have you ever said it?"

HAMILTON: "No, sir."

JACKSON: "Try it."

HAMILTON: "I don't like to say it."

JACKSON: "TRY IT!"

HAMILTON: "Really, seriously..."

JACKSON: "We're not going to have this conversation unless you say it."


Samuel L Jackson

[Uncomfortable pause as Hamilton weighs the risk of saying the N-word]

JACKSON: "You want to move on to another question?"

HAMILTON: "OK, awesome!"

[When Jackson laughs at his nervousness, Hamilton reiterates that he doesn't like saying it -- even though he claims to have never said it before.]

HAMILTON: "I don't like... I don't want to say it."

JACKSON: "Oh, come on!"

HAMILTON: "Will you say it?"

JACKSON: "No, f*ck no. That's not the same thing."

See entire video below [Samuel L. Jackson segment begins at 13:55]:

Source: newsone.com

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