Michael B. Jordan calls new girlfriend Lori Harvey his 'turtle' in sweet note for her 24th birthday

DAYS AFTER Michael B. Jordan and his girlfriend Lori Harvey went Instagram official, the Black Panther star has upped the cuteness factor by calling her his “turtle”. 

Michael, 33, made the sweet tribute to his new flame underneath a social media post to celebrate the 24-year-old’s birthday. 


After months of romance rumors, Michael and comedian Steve Harvey's daughter, Lori, let the world know they were officially dating and off the market. 

Michael commented on a photo, which showed her dipping her fingers into a vanilla birthday cake, “Gimmie!! Sheeesh!! Happy Birthday Turtle!!” 

The smitten model replied: “Thank you nugget,” adding the tongue emoji.

Michael shared two photos of the couple gazing at each other against a moody backdrop on Instagram.


Lori returned the favor with a collage of festive snaps, in which Michael went to kiss her on the cheek and the couple stood in front of a Christmas tree.

The model simply captioned the shot with a brown heart emoji.

Michael and Lori were first linked in November when they were spotted flying to her hometown of Atlanta for Thanksgiving.

A month later they touched down in Salt Lake City to ring in New Year's Eve together.


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Michael – who was named People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive in November – is notoriously private about his love life.

In January of 2020, the Friday Night Lights star was seen getting cozy with actress Kiki Layne at a Sundance Film Festival after-party, but no official connection ever developed.

The Fantastic Four front runner recently announced that he will be opening an OnlyFans account to help fund his friend's barber school.

The star joked that he will be "eating fruit and all kinds of crazy stuff" when he signs up for the X-rated subscription site.

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