Samuel L. Jackson sent some of his fans into a tizzy on Sunday when he tweeted a selfie with the 50th annual Celebrate Israel Parade in New York City in the background.
It was unclear whether the actor was actively partaking in the festivities or merely passing by in a trigger-happy selfie mood, but, either way, his pictorial contribution to the festivities did not go unnoticed by many of his Twitter followers, and some didn't seem too pleased with his choice to rejoice.
Here is a small sampling of the various conversations that popped up on his page quicker than you can say Ezekiel 25:17. All of it, that is.
Celebrate Israel Parade in NY today pic.twitter.com/AIUVMRYou5— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) June 1, 2014
@SamuelLJackson Uh. Why would you support something like this? Israel is an apartheid state.— Natalie Bussjaeger (@LittleJohnWrite) June 1, 2014
@SoheilBiniaz well, is there a Jordanian parade in NY? is there a Canadian parade in NY? is there a German parade there?— Niv Calderon (@nivcalderon) June 1, 2014
@SamuelLJackson Wow, and I admired you :( Unfollow it is then....— Emir Selman (@EmirSelman16) June 1, 2014
@SamuelLJackson wow, pretty sad to hear that you support an apartheid state. You of all people.— Margo_Channing (@Margo_Channing) June 1, 2014
.@SamuelLJackson just when I thought I couldn't be a bigger fan, you tweeted that. You are the best.— Dan Sytman (@dsytman) June 1, 2014
@SamuelLJackson the wall in east Germany was less that 1/8 the size they are installing in east Jerusalem. What pride can they have?— Rich and Willing. (@RichAndWilling) June 1, 2014
@SamuelLJackson When is the Palestine one?— nicola branch (@branchenergy) June 1, 2014
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