Denzel Washington sidestepped a question about an alleged incident when he and Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo snapped at each other when he directed an episode of the hit series in 2016.

Pompeo mentioned the exchange on her podcast Tell Me With Ellen Pompeo in September, saying Washington “went ham on my a–, he was like ‘I’m the director!'” in response to her attempt to improvise a line.

Pompeo reportedly clapped back intensely recalling that she said, “Listen motherf–cker, this is my show! … Who are you telling, you barely know where the bathroom is!”

In a Variety profile where he stopped by to discuss his latest projects, which include the new film The Tragedy of Macbeth, Washington simply claimed to not remember that day, just saying, “But it’s all good.”

The Tragedy of Macbeth stars Washington as the Scottish Prince, Frances McDormand as Lady Macbeth, and was directed by Joel Coen.

Washington’s latest directing project, A Journal For Jordan, has also just hit theaters. The Tragedy of Macbeth is playing in theaters and will release on AppleTV+ Friday, Jan 14.

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