Not only is he starring in “Creed III,” but he also directed the latest installment in the popular boxing movie franchise that delivered a knockout blow at the box office its opening weekend.
Jordan has come a long way from his breakout role as Wallace in the critically acclaimed HBO series “The Wire” (HBO is owned by CNN’s parent company, Warner Bros. Discovery) and even farther from his school days in Newark, New Jersey.
Radio show host Lore’l recently found out how far.
Known for both “The Morning Hustle” radio show and the podcast “The Undressing Room,” Lore’l shared recently that she had gone to school with Jordan and “we teased him all the damn time because his name was Michael Jordan.”
Fast forward to the red carpet for the “Creed III” premiere, where she found herself interviewing her former classmate —and reminding him that they went back.