Alright, guys. Forget everything we told you about Billy Dee Williams being gender fluid. Apparently, he has no idea what it means.

Days after an Esquire interview quoted the legendary actor as using both male and female pronouns in association with himself, he was misinterpreted, instead, telling The Undefeated he didn’t know what the definition of the phrase was. To quote him, he said: “What the hell is gender fluid?”

“But what I was talking about was about men getting in touch with their softer side of themselves,” Williams said. “There’s a phrase that was coined by Carl G. Jung, who was a psychiatrist, who was a contemporary of Sigmund Freud, and they had a splitting of the ways because they had different ideas about the … what do you call it? Consciousness. Unconscious. It’s collective unconsciousness. But he coined a phrase that’s, ‘Anima animus.’ And anima means that is the female counterpart of the male self, and the animus is the male counterpart of the female. So that’s what I was referring to.”

He would go on to state he was referencing men being in touch with the female side of themselves.