Michael B.Jordan apologises to mom after starring in underwear advertisement
Michael B. Jordanwho is awaiting the release of his film ‘Creed 3’, called his mother “sorry” after starring in an underwear ad.
The 36-year-old actor stars in Calvin Klein’s spring/summer 2023 campaign – but has confessed to being slightly embarrassed by eye-catching photos of him in his underwear, reports Female First UK.
Michael told Entertainment Tonight: “I was like, my mom has to see this. Let me call her and be like, ‘I’m sorry. Here it is.’ My business is on the streets, literally.”
According to Female First UK, Michael is currently promoting ‘Creed 3’, which he stars in and directed, and the actor feels he has reached a pivotal moment in his career.
He explained: “It was like a moment, you know? For everything to come together at the same time, it feels great. And to be able to share that moment with my other actors, which is one of my own. Having moments. Well, it just feels special. It feels like everything is happening at the right time.”
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During this time Michael recently revealed that he plans to be “responsible” with his next romance.
The actor split from Lori Harvey in June, and explained that his next relationship would be “when it’s meant to be”.
He said: “Of course I think about it, but I definitely want to try to be responsible with it, knowing that I wanted to be as present as possible. It will happen when it has to.”
Michael also claimed that he learned a lot from Lori through his split.
He explained: “I’m a firm believer in what’s in it for you, and coming out of that situation – not to give it, you know, any energy and kind of drive from it – you know. , it was a growing and learning experience for me.”
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