It's no secret that Michael B. Jordan is one of the most celebrated and accomplished young actors of today — just look at the massive recent success of Marvel's Black Panther. However, while his pockets may be fatter now, more than before, that doesn't mean he's ready to leave his parents just yet.
While based on a recent interview the actor participated in, that's how it seemed, he is now clarifying that the case is actually not as it was first interpreted.
The talk on his current living situation with his parents arose during a stop on the Ellen Degeneres Show, where he explained that they "have a roommate relationship right now, which is interesting."
During the sit-down, he explained that there are some perks to sharing a living space with your folks. However, it can also get a bit awkward at times.
"You get home-cooked meals, but then you also have those random run-ins that might just be a little uncomfortable from time to time," he said. "Sometimes, shirtless. Maybe naked!"
These words sparked a spirited opinion from a Twitter user who claimed that he's been told living with his parents, among other things, are "unacceptable."
Though he's been booked, promoting the biggest movie in the world, Jordan took the time to clear the situation up, pointing out that his parents actually live with him, not the other way around.
Son goals, indeed!
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