With roles in "Friday Night Lights" and the highly anticipated "Creed" under his belt, the 28-year-old's career is definitely on the rise -- but with much of his focus on his professional life, that doesn't leave much time for anything else.
In the October issue of GQ, the hunky actor opens up about his lack of a dating life and relationship rumors that seem to plague him.
"I understand what females want and need, you know. I'm good at that. I don't know if I'm the guy to give it to them right now. I'm emotionally unavailable," Jordan admits of his busy schedule. "Until I find something that's so undeniable that I can't help myself."
And while women and dating may not be on his radar right now, the star admits that he's pretty smooth when it comes to the ladies.
"The females, they'll always be there," he says. "Female-wise now? I ain't got to do too much work. And it's weird, because I'm the same guy. I haven't f**king changed, right? I haven't done anything different. 'Okay maybe a blockbuster film.'"
He might feel like the same guy, but the "Fantastic Four" star's life has definitely changed, especially when it comes to being a topic of Hollywood's rumors.
Back in May, Jordan was romantically linked to Kendall Jenner after the two were spotted leaving the Met Gala together. But the reason why some fans were surprised by the pairing absolutely caught Michael off guard.
"It's the world we live in. They see white and black. I don't," he reveals. "Kendall's a friend of mine, you know. I don't know her, like, that well, but I know her enough. People's perspective on that is what it is."
"I don't live my life to make other people happy," he adds. "It's so weird, though, right? A lot of black fans were feeling like 'Oh, my god, he should have been with a black woman', and that whole thing."
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