January 26, 2021
American comedian Steve Harvey has some reservations about his step-daughter's relationship with "Black Panther" star Michael B. Jordan which he shared during a recent episode of iHeartRadio's "The Steve Harvey Show."
During the show, Harvey approved of his daughter's relationship with Jordan. He admitted that he liked Jordan, but he was still on the lookout for the actor.
Michael B. Jordan at the New York premiere of "Fahrenheit 451" at NYU Skirball Center on May 8, 2018. | Photo: Getty Images
"Cause, you ain't the sexiest man in the world to me!"
Harvey's daughter, Lori Harvey, went public with her relationship with Jordan earlier this month. However, rumors of their relationship swirled for months as the couple was seen in Atlanta during Thanksgiving last year.
Two months after their Atlanta trip, the "Black Panther" star and model posted separate pictures of themselves together on their Instagram accounts, confirming their relationship to the world.
Jordan posted two pictures of himself and Lori. One of the photographs captured the couple looking into each other's eyes. Lori posted a Polaroid photo collage with Jordan tagged on Instagram.
One of the pictures showed Jordan kissing her on the cheek as she smiled. Their posts got a lot of attention. Even TV personality Trevon Noah responded to Jordan's post.
"Don't joke with us," he wrote. Fans and followers expressed their delight as the couple made their relationship public. The actor may have met his match.
When asked about the type of woman he wanted, Jordan said he liked a woman with a good sense of humor, someone understanding and nurturing. It is safe to say that Lori fits his description.
Meanwhile, in 2019, it was rumored that Lori was dating music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs. The two were spotted in New York wearing matching white outfits. However, there was no public statement about their alleged relationship.
It was also rumored that the model dated Diddy's son, Justin Dior. Lori was engaged to soccer star Memphis Depay and was also previously linked to Trey Songz. She was also mentioned in Meek Mill's song "Going Bad" in 2018.
Aside from her many relationship links, Lori is a bubbling model. She walked the runway for Dolce & Gabbana in 2017. In 2018, she made her way down the runway at another Dolce & Gabbana event with Diddy and Christian Combs.
Standing at 5-feet-3-inches, Lori is shorter than the average model. She revealed that she was afraid of going into the modeling industry because of her height. However, she made the bold move to become a model, and she is grateful for her decision.