With the Golden State Warriors battling the Boston Celtics in a great NBA Finals series, Cordae was hyped to secure a last-minute invite from actor Michael B. Jordan to watch Game 2 from courtside seats.
But some fans think the ticket was originally intended for Lori Harvey.
Cordae shared a video alongside Jordan where he says, "You know, having rich friends ain't all too bad, man. You know what I'm sayin', my boy hit me up last-minute like, 'Yo, what you doin' today?' I'm like, 'S**t, nothin'!'"
Jordan and Lori – Steve Harvey's daughter – just broke up after publicly dating for a year and a half. People Magazine reported that Lori, 25, "wasn't ready to commit" to a long-term relationship, while Jordan, 35, wanted to settle down.
"They are both completely heartbroken," the source said. "They still love each other." The insder added, "Michael matured a lot over the course of their relationship and was ready to commit for the long term. He let down his guard with her, opening up emotionally in a romantic relationship for the first time."
Lori once described their relationship: "We just really balance each other. I really do believe in the statement when they say, 'When you know you know.' And I think that really applies to our situation and we just have a really good time together."
Still, this didn't stop Jordan from popping out to the Warriors' new Chase Center arena in San Francisco. The below clip went viral after the game with Jordan appearing to look a bit emotional given the tough news. Even Rod Wave – who knows a thing or two about heartbreak – took notice.
Jordan told The Hollywood Reporter late last year that he "finally found what love was" thanks to Lori, who's a model for brands like Burberry.
Recall that she and Future briefly dated back in 2020 before splitting, which inspired this wild line above from Future via "Maybach" with 42 Dugg: "Tell Steve Harvey I don't want her!"