Jennifer Garner: I Use Kanye West's "No Disrespect to Ben Affleck" Hashtag "All the Time"

Celebrity News Oct. 30, 2013 AT 1:05PM
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck at the 2013 Academy Awards Jennifer Garner tells Jimmy Kimmel she uses Kanye West's "No Disrespect to Ben Affleck" hashtag "all the time" Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty

Kanye West's feud with Jimmy Kimmel may be over, but the hashtag "#NoDisrespectToBenAffleck" will live on forever. On Tuesday, Oct. 29, Jennifer Garner stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live, where she revealed that she has taken to using the hashtag in conversation with her husband, Ben Affleck.

(West first coined the hashtag during his Sept. 27 rant against Kimmel, after the late-night host aired a spoof of the rapper's outrageous BBC interview. "SHOULD I DO A SPOOF ABOUT YOUR FACE OR YOU F--KING BEN AFFLECK," he tweeted, along with the hashtags #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK and #ALLDISRESPECTTOJIMMYKIMMEL.)

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"I say that all the time," Garner joked to Kimmel of the now-infamous hashtag. "I say, 'You look crazy. Hashtag, no disrespect to Ben Affleck.' Just on an average day, that's just how I might greet him in the morning."

The Dallas Buyers Club actress, 41, also spoke with Kimmel about her Argo director husband's obsession with the Boston Red Sox, who are currently battling the St. Louis Cardinals for the 2013 World Series title. "That's really all that's happening at my house right now," the mom of three quipped of her Boston-native spouse.

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"I don't know if the kids are being fed...And trick-or-treating might be canceled if there's a game seven," she joked of Violet, 7, Seraphina, 4, and Samuel, 20 months.

"Is that part of the deal when you marry Ben Affleck?" Kimmel asked. 

"It's one of many deals that you make with the devil," she replied. "That is indeed part of the deal."

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Affleck, 41, isn't just a casual viewer, either. He's a die-hard fan. "Once you get into the playoffs, it's a little bit like, somebody just made an error so now I have change where I'm sitting in the house," Garner explained, referring to her husband's superstitions. 

"It's a little bit ridiculous," she continued. "The sweatshirt goes inside out, the rally cap goes on...But he's not kidding. He's really not kidding. Like, you would go to a game with him, and if they lose, he tells his friend, 'Sorry, I have tickets for tomorrow, but you can't come. We lost because of you...It's some weird guy thing."

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