In 2015, social media dragged Michael B. Jordan for a GQ interview where he said, "People can like one another, not necessarily from the same history or culture or whatever the f**k it is. It’s just the new world, you know what I mean?" Some people interpreted that he doesn't date Black women. Now, Michael B. Jordan is addressing it.
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In Vogue's genius "73 Questions With..." franchise, the fashion Bible shines a light on the lives of Hollywood's elite, going more in-depth with a slew of rapid-fire questions as the subject goes about his/her day.
In Michael B. Jordan's case, it all started with him pumping some iron in his garage and ending with him heading out the door with some sweet moments with his parents in between.
With questions ranging in intensity from "What's your favorite childhood movie?" to "What's the most important thing that the world is missing, right now?," just about everything imaginable was touched on, with the actor giving some pretty clear and clever responses. One that stood out, however, is his response when asked to share the craziest rumor he's ever heard about himself.
"That I don’t date Black women," he said before making a face that seemed to express the internalized thought: "Really, though?"
Take a look at the clip, below:
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