Michael B. Jordan and Lori Harvey are still going strong, and you know the relationship is real when the girlfriend starts borrowing her boyfriend’s clothes.
Harvey is taking up after her mother, Marjorie Harvey, and her stepfather, Steve Harvey, with her stylish ways. After attending Paris Fashion Week, the model uploaded a post to IG on Thursday, Oct. 7, that included five photos of her wearing a silk, brown, oversized shirt, a jacket and black boots. The 24-year-old wore her hair braided back and added a pair of black sunglasses with the ‘fit.
Harvey let most of her social media followers do the talking and only added a brown heart and gold stars emoji. The most outstanding comment came from her boyfriend. Jordan didn’t bother adding his comment under the photo; instead, he reposted one of the photos on his Instagram page, which came with a cute accusation regarding Harvey being a thief. As it turns, out the oversized shirt Harvey wore was Jordan’s.
“HOW YOU GONNA TAKE MY SHIRT & ROCK IT BETTER THAN ME?? THE NERVE,” he said, adding an eye roll emoji at the end. But toward the bottom of the post, he wanted to make it clear that it was just jokes and added three more emojis with their tongues sticking out.
While the two don’t give a lot of detail about their relationship, they share just enough to keep their fans wanting more. For instance, neither of them have said yet when their relationship even began. The only thing that is known is that they were spotted getting off an airplane together around Thanksgiving 2020.
What else is known is that the “Creed” actor makes Harvey happy. Just last month, Harvey gushed about her man in an interview with hosts on the talk show “The Real.” Besides taking her mother on dates, Harvey said what she likes about Jordan is that “He’s so sweet. Very attentive. He listens to me, the things I say that I want and he really makes an effort. So I think that’s what’s special about it.”
Well, as for now, the lingering question may be over whether she gives Jordan his shirt back.
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