The actor wants a love that's real, and in a vulnerable moment, he shared exactly why.

Lauren Porter
Jul, 13, 2017

There's nothing like a man willing to reveal his vulnerabilities when it comes to love.

No one wants to lose at love for all of the wrong reasons, leading man Michael B. Jordan included.

Jordan was among the cast of A-list men who opened up about their feelings on love and relationships in JAY-Z's Footnotes for 4:44. The Black Panther star digs deep and admits that he is fearful of not finding a genuine love that will last.

"One of my biggest fears is ending up being alone," he says.

The 30-year-old cites his parents as being a great barometer and example of a successful relationship for him, and admits he's weary that the price that comes with fame will prevent him from finding a similar love.

"Not having what my mom and dad have because the times are so different and my circumstances, you know, I don't want to work less, you know," he said. "So the more I work, the more, you know, seen or known you are, you know the more you're sought after and you know the less genuine people you run across."

The actor catapulted into mainstream fame in 2013 when he starred in the critically acclaimed film Fruitvale Station about the tragic death of Oscar Grant, but his most devoted fans will first remember his unforgettable run in the cult HBO classic drama series The Wire.

Tidal users can watch the full Footnotes For 4:44 video here