Michael B. Jordan is refuting reports that he sent a Snapchat to fans saying he believes “All Lives Matter.”
In an open letter given exclusively to ESSENCE.com, the Creed star says he is, and has always been, a strong supporter of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Jordan—who just announced plans to play African-American attorney and Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson in the film adaptation of his memoir, Just Mercy— is also elaborating on controversial remarks he made about race in Hollywood in a GQ interview where he said he wanted “roles that were written for White characters.”
To read his letter and the complete article, visit Essence.com/9-25-15.
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