Steve-O Gets Real About Why Bam Margera Was Dropped From Jackass Forever, But Explains Why He Hopes Bam Took It As A Sign Of Love


The Jackass franchise has been around for over two decades, with the motley crew of stunt professionals becoming household names in the process. That group recently reunited and returned to theaters with Jackass Forever, although skateboarder Bam Margera was noticeably absent. Recently Steve-O has gotten real about how Margera was dropped from the movie, and why he hopes Bam took it as a sign of love.

Leading up to Jackass Forever’s release back in May of this year, there was a ton of drama surrounding Bam Margera. The 42 year-old TV personality and stunt man took umbrage with being unceremoniously fired from the project, and sued Johnny Knoxville and company as a result. Since the Margera has continued to have some public struggles, although Steve-O had a different perspective on his colleague being fired from the recent movie. As he put it while appearing on Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson,

I said this, it was just a comment on some Instagram post where Bam was lashing out at how he was excluded from the movie. If I said it in a comment on Instagram, if I say it now, it’s really how I feel. The way that Jackass treated Bam by making him take drug tests, by telling him that his contract required him to be sober for the movie… What it was was, that they fucking loved him. They cared about him. And it’s the same exact people who organized an intervention which saved my life.



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