Jordan Was Not Called “Corny” By Lore’l
New surfaced podcast audio from 2021 proves the co-host on “The Morning Hustle Show” and interviewer, Lore’l, did not call Michael B. Jordan “corny.”
It Actually Wasn’t Lore’l
However, her co-host did take a jab at the on-screen boxer and main star of upcoming film Creed III. A movie he not only starred in, but also directed.
Jordan Playfully Teases Lore’l
Jordan took a moment to troll Lore’l on the red carpet at the movie’s premiere. He playfully gave her what he thought was a taste of her own medicine.
The director stopped and took a moment to speak to the Atlanta host. Lore’l congratulated him on Creed III and revealed the two were classmates in Newark, New Jersey.
“We go way back, all the way back to Chad Science [Academy] in Newark,” she said.
“Oh yeah, I was the corny kid, right?” The New Jersey native responded, referring to what he thought Lore’l had said on her podcast.
But the “corny” comment really came from Dominique Da Diva, Lore’l’s co-host.
The encounter went viral on February 26.
Podcast Audio From 2021 With Dominique
The podcast audio from 2021 reveals Lore’l’s co-host’s comments on the actor deep-down being a “nice, corny guy.” She says she does not mean that as a slight, and believes that “nice, corny guys treat you the best.”
Lore’l then chimed in and mentioned that she went to high school with Micheal in Newark.
In addition, the host admitted that kids would tease him for bringing headshots to school and because of his name” Michael Jordan.”
You hear in the audio, “… and he was no Michael Jordan.”
But there’s more… From Dominique
Dominique had more to say on her Instagram story…
“They mad at Lore’l when it was me who called him corny,” she said on Instagram.
“Any black man that dates white women is corny to me. I guess that PR relationship with Lori helped y’all forget but I didn’t,” Dominique added.
The co-host also said, “I literally said corny guys treat you the best. So y’all weird for being mad.”
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Edited by Nikita Serdiuk
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