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Jordan Peele Quit Acting In Part Because He Was Offered The Role Of Poo Emoji

Why did Jordan Peele, former star of Key and Peele and the lead in Keanu, quit acting anyway? Was it simply because he’s had insane success writing and directing his first feature Get Out, which is nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars? No, it was mostly because the last role he was offered was […]
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