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Lori Harvey deletes Michael B. Jordan from Instagram after split


Lori Harvey gives herself a clean slate.

The Skn by LH founder deleted all photos of ex-boyfriend Michael B. Jordan from her Instagram profile after their split and also unfollowed him.

The ‘Creed’ star, however, still has all of his photos with and of Harvey on his grid, but he also unfollowed her.

Neither has publicly commented on the surprising split, although Harvey’s famous father, Steve Harvey, has confirmed the former couple have gone their separate ways.

“I heard about it,” the “Family Feud” host said on his morning radio show Monday. “I wish them luck. I’m Team Lori, 1000%. She’s my daughter. I love her. I support her.

Noting that “things happen,” Steve joked, “I feel good. I’m doing well. Didn’t change my life any. I still have to go to work. … I still have to take care of my family. I have to keep putting that money aside for those grandkids.

Lori Harvey deletes Michael B. Jordan from Instagram after split
News of the former couple’s split broke over the weekend.
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The 65-year-old ‘Judge Steve Harvey’ star explained that dating in the public eye proved difficult for Lori, 25, and Jordan, 35, but they left on good terms.

“Look, as long as everyone can go in peace, be friends… I haven’t heard anyone say they didn’t break any windows or anything,” he said. “As long as you don’t get your hands on my daughter, I don’t care what you do.”

Lori Harvey deletes Michael B. Jordan from Instagram after split
“Wishing them luck. I’m Team Lori, 1000%,” Lori’s dad, Steve Harvey, said on his radio show.
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News of Lori’s split from the ‘Black Panther’ actor broke over the weekend, with a source telling People, “Michael and Lori are both heartbroken. They still love each other.”

The couple started dating in the fall of 2020 and went Instagram official in January 2021.

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