The Truth About Michael B. Jordan's Dating History

Michael B. Jordan is one of the most gorgeous men in the world, as evidenced by People naming the actor the Sexiest Man Alive 2020. As they noted at the time, Jordan first broke out back in 2013, thanks to his take-notice role in true-life thriller "Fruitvale Station." The actor would later reunite with director Ryan Coogler for "Black Panther," in which Jordan played the villainous, but still sympathetic, Killmonger. Elsewhere, he showed off his jaw-dropping physique in "Creed," playing the titular boxer.

With his own production company, Outlier Society Productions, Jordan is making his mark on Hollywood from the inside out, while he's also been a vocal activist in the Black Lives Matter movement. Although happy to discuss his values and hopes for the future, both personal and professional, Jordan will not divulge whom he's dating (although the "Black Panther" star hopes to have a family at some stage). Naturally, though, People's Sexiest Man Alive has been linked to many stunning ladies over the years.

Michael B. Jordan doesn't share his love life with the world

According to The Sun, Michael B. Jordan has allegedly dated the wildly varied likes of rapper Iggy Azalea, singer Snoh Aalegra — with whom he shared a passionate kiss in the music video for "Whoa" (via YouTube) — model and actress Catherine Paiz of The Ace Family fame, model Ashlyn Castro, model Cindy Bruna (the two enjoyed a romantic dinner in New York City), actress Kiki Layne, and "Keeping Up with The Kardashians" star Kendall Jenner

Jordan and Jenner were spotted hanging out in 2015, even leaving a Met Gala after-party together, but the actor downplayed the relationship in an interview with GQ that same year. "Kendall's a friend of mine, you know," he said at the time. "I don't know her, like, that well, but I know her enough." The actor elaborated, "People's perspective on that is what it is. I don't f*****g know. I don't live my life to make other people happy. It's so weird though, right?" 

After being linked to "Black Panther" co-star Lupita Nyong'o, Jordan similarly advised that the two were just good friends, according to Hollywood Life. While speaking to GQ in 2018, Jordan acknowledged he had some work to do with certain aspects of his life, most notably romance, admitting, "I don't really know what dating is."

Michael B. Jordan is still keeping his relationships private

Although he's allegedly really bad at relationships, in early 2021, Michael B. Jordan made things official with model Lori Harvey, suggesting he'd finally met his match. The couple was initially linked in November 2020, after Jordan was spotted in Atlanta by TMZ. They were later seen in Salt Lake City, celebrating New Year's together, as per The Sun. The super-hot couple went public in January 2021 and have been going from strength to strength ever since. On Feb. 10, 2021, Harvey shared a gushing birthday post in her boyfriend's honor. 

Jordan repaid the favor a week later, writing, "I love you baby," alongside some glamorous shots of the couple looking dapper. The "Black Panther" star subsequently clarified to People, "I'm still private, and I want to protect that, but it just felt like it was a moment of just wanting to put it out there and move on." Jordan added, "I am extremely happy." He went on to admit how age had helped make being in the public eye slightly more palatable, but, mostly, Jordan just wanted to share how proud he was of the relationship.