So, what did the couple decide to name baby number two?
[Image via Twitter.]
Welp, that plan backfired.
The 28-year-old Fantastic Four star expressed his desire to blur the line between roles meant for certain races:
"I told my team after I finished Chronicle that I only want to go out for roles that were written for white characters. Me playing the role will make it what it is … Instead of taking something conceptually written for a black guy, I want the stuff that was written for a guy."
We can't blame him for wanting to play a variety of roles — right?
But for fans on Twitter, some commenters thought Mike forgot where he came from.
Remember: the actor gained a lot of traction in his career after his role playing Oscar Grant, a black man who was killed by transit police, in Fruitvale Station.
And an alleged Snapchat sent by Jordan with an "All Lives Matter" message didn't help.
Michael B Jordan is talking about all lives matter after being in Fruitvale Station? How sway?
— Lazer Gun Carrier (@branfire) September 23, 2015
Muy disappointed in Michael B. Jordan. Watching Fruitvale Station will never be the same.
— deb. (@era_extrana) September 23, 2015
Michael B Jordan said he doesn't see color but made sure to mention how "THE BLACKS" reacted to him being seen with Kendall. Mmmmkay
— NaijaGal (@Naija4LifeO) September 23, 2015
You don't see white & black?? But the producers who cast your ass sure does…so..
— Chihiro Ogino (@WickedBeaute) September 23, 2015
I don't get how Michael B. Jordan can be on the "All Lives Matter" tip knowing as much as he knows about the life and murder of Oscar Grant
— the other one (@imfromraleigh) September 23, 2015
Well we hope Mikey just wants to diversify his roles and isn't throwing any shade. Can't we all just get along?!
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