Samuel L Jackson involved in feud with Donald Trump over game of golf

Trump labels 'The Hateful Eight' actor "boring" on Twitter

Samuel L Jackson has got into a war of words with Republican hopeful Donald Trump.

The Hateful Eight star claimed the pair had once played golf together and that Trump’s golf club charged him for membership, despite him not being a member.

But Trump hit back on Twitter denying that he had ever even met Jackson. He wrote:

Despite being tagged in the tweet, Jackson remained unaware of its existence until he appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers. “So, we’re having beef?” he asked. He then confirmed that the pair had definitely golfed together and this could be verified by Bill Clinton, in a clip you can watch below.

Jackson then posted a receipt from Trump’s club on his Instagram account, which said: “A bill from the guy that doesn’t know me & never golfed with me! I’m gonna block his ass too!.” The post was later taken down.

He also posted a response from actor Anthony Anderson which also confirmed the pair had met and said they had lunch together.

Got some corroborating testimony from @anthonyanderson about that Trump golf game!

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Jackson is the latest in a line of celebrities to land in a Twitter feud with the businessman turned politician. In the last few years, Trump has argued with REM, Neil Young, Rosie O’Donnell, Russell Brand, Mac Miller and Cher.

Aerosmith also recently allegedly sent a cease-and-desist order to Trump after he used their song ‘Dream On’ to promote his US Presidential candidacy campaign.

Trump is currently in the race to be the Republican representative for the 2016 US election and has used the song as background music at rallies in Alabama and Georgia. The order came despite the fact the band’s frontman Steven Tyler has been acquainted numerous times with Trump in the past.