Michael B Jordan and Lori Harvey had been dating for a year and a half before splitting a few days ago. They’d just made their red carpet debut at the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills when suddenly they no longer were a thing. While some reports suggest that the two still loved one another, it was also noted that the two were utterly heartbroken over the split. Now, it seems as if Lori’s mother has something to say on the issue, and her father, Steve Harvey, seems okay with things as well.

Both Marjorie and Steve Harvey gave some of their insight on what transpired between the former couple. While the Family Feud host expressed his support for his daughter, Marjorie didn’t mince any words. Her reaction to the breakup suggests that Lori may’ve been wasting her time with Jordan. Steve on the other hand took the cool dad route and even speaking highly of Lori’s now former beau during his morning talk show.

I’m team Lori, 1000 percent. She’s my daughter. I love her, I support her, He’s still a cool guy…from what I know. It’s a breakup. I’m pretty sure they’ll be fine. People break up all the time,

Marjorie’s reaction wasn’t as soft. She shared a clip of actress Jennifer Lewis saying, “You sit in sh*t too long, it stops smelling. So come the f*ck outta there.” To Steve’s credit, he posted motivational message that furthers expresses how he feels about the situation.

Steve Harvey then shared an interesting text graphic which said, “Sometimes we need to thank god for what didn’t happen.”

Neither Jordan nor Lori had said anything about the breakup. Lori did delete all evidence of Jordan on her Instagram feed, so at least that’s something worth noticing. Jordan was spotted attending two of the NBA finals with Cordae, though he seemed less chipper than usual.

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Joshua Jones

Joshua Jones is a writer for both Thirsty for News and Ringside News. He's been a wrestling fan since 2004 and has always tuned into Monday Night Raw.

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