Phwoar! Michael B Jordan posts steamy snap to get people to vote

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Michael B Jordan (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Michael B Jordan (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)

The hunky Black Panther star clearly knows what his fans like and he let them have it with a sizzling Instagram snap of himself sitting by his bed – shirtless while seductively biting his lip.

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Vote Early ? ??

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“Vote early,” the 33-year-old simply captioned it.

He also included an early voting checklist with information on how to submit a ballot ahead of election day on 3 November. 

Unsurprisingly, fans went crazy for his bare-chested look. “Next level thirst trap,” one said.

“I was gonna vote anyway but since you said so,” another commented. 

“This post gave me an asthma attack,” yet another gushed.

Meanwhile, Michael is gearing up to start production on Creed 3 – an instalment of the hit franchise that will see him reprising his role as Adonis Creed alongside Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky Balboa.

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Michael B Jordan in Creed (Photo: Gallo Images/Alamy)

He is also executive producer on the film, which co-stars Phylicia Rashad of The Cosby Show fame.

At this point a release date is unclear due to the many delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic. It’s believed filming should start in early 2021, which means it could come out later next year or early 2022.

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