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Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Michael B. Jordan had moviegoers actually cheering for the bad guy after turning in a scene-stealing performance as Erik Killmonger in Marvel’s smash hit, Black Panther.

But as Jordan prepares for the release of Creed II, the actor has come under fire for his recent comments about the need for Black people to create their own mythology.

“We don’t have any mythology, Black mythology, or folklore,” Jordan said in the cover story. “Creating our own mythology is very important because it helps dream.”

While his aim is definitely admirable, one quote from his Vanity Fair profile has people up in arms.

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