The outstanding viral moment of Michael B. Jordan confronting Atalanta Hustle radio show co-host Lorel has everyone chiming in.
The latest person to chime in is Marlon Wayans. On the Breakfast Club morning radio show Marlon Wayans on the Michael B. Jordan red carpet moment shared his opinion.
HE TURNED INTO A LITTLE BOY
Regarding Michael B. Jordan’s “clap back” at Lorel for calling him the “corny kid,” Marlon says that “Michael B. couldn’t see the gift in that moment. He turned into a little boy.”
HOW MARLON WOULD OF HANDLED THE SITUATION
Marlon says that Michael B. should of internalized that moment. He said, “don’t let them see you sweat.” You can see a snippet of the radio segment at the end of the post.
ATTACKS ON MICHAEL B.
The narrative among mainstream media became one that faulted Michael B. for taking the position that he took.
Our stance is that Michael B. was absolutely correct and had the right to confront a bully who taunted him when he was younger and on the radio and now is looking for clout by associating herself with him.
Big ups to Michael B. for not permitting that.
WHAT DID MICHAEL B. DO WRONG?
If you ask us, Michael B. did nothing wrong. What he did was send a phenomenal message to the bully and to the bullied.
To the bully, don’t bully people because they can become great and one day have a position above yours.
To the bullied, don’t listen to bullies and don’t give up on your dreams. Aspire, work hard and you will achieve success.
We, and many, agree with the stand that Michael B. Jordan took in confronting a bully.
Unfortunately, it seems that mainstream media went against Michael B. because they wanted to use the common narrative that a man does not confront a women, even if she called for it. And Michael B. confronted her eloquently and with much grace. A great example for us all, men and women alike.
And as always we like to close with a saying, quote or adage and today’s is: YOU NEVER LOOK GOOD TRYING TO MAKE SOMEONE ELSE LOOK BAD.
Now, go forth and change the game!