“I don’t have the authority to try this,” Thompson instructed host Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.” “I don’t know why he thinks that,” including that Jackson has been “mad at me” since.

To be clear, the “Snakes on a Airplane” star isn’t banned, Thompson stated. Wanting earnestly into the digicam, Thompson declared: “It’s all good, bro. You’re welcome anytime, from what I’ve been listening to. … Come on in everytime you need.”

Jackson has claimed he bought barred for saying the complete uncensored F-word in a 2012 sketch with Thompson. He stated Thompson was supposed to chop him off earlier than the complete utterance.

However on Thursday, Thompson defined there was simply an “F” on the cue card, which was not an invite for Jackson to bask in his signature swearing.

“I assume he’s a technique kinda man,” Thompson stated. “He did it twice.”

Jackson truly bought reassurance just lately from the one who does have the authority to problem a ban — “SNL” producer Lorne Michaels. Entertainment Weekly reported this week that Jackson shared an elevator by likelihood with Michaels and requested him when he can be allowed on the present once more.

“You’re not banned!” Michaels replied, in keeping with Jackson.

“So perhaps I’m not,” Jackson instructed the outlet. “I don’t know.”

Right here’s the sketch model posted by “SNL.”