Michael B. Jordan, a successful Hollywood actor, has worked tirelessly to reach the heights of fame that he has achieved today. Although many may only know him for his roles in popular movies, his diehard fans remember seeing him on the soap opera “All My Children.” Prior to that, he was just another aspiring student with a dream in Newark, where he attended school with Lore'l, who has gained fame as a host on “The Morning Hustle” and from her appearances on the early seasons of “Love & Hip Hop.”
During a recent interview with Lore'l on the red carpet of “Creed III,” Michael B. Jordan called her out for labeling him as “corny” during their high school days. Despite the success he has experienced since his early acting career, Michael B. Jordan has remained humble and appreciative of his roots. His breakthrough role in “Black Panther” in 2018 catapulted him to even greater levels of stardom, and he has since been named PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive, among other accolades.
Although Michael B. Jordan has achieved great success, he has not forgotten his past, including his time in high school with Lore'l. Even as a major Hollywood star, he was not afraid to confront her about her past comments, and Lore'l handled the situation gracefully.