Mike Miller
February 06, 2018 03:32 PM

Michael B. Jordan isn’t ashamed he’s still living with his parents, but that doesn’t mean things don’t get awkward from time to time.

“I love my parents but we have a roommate relationship right now which is interesting,” the Black Panther star, 30, told Ellen DeGeneres on Tuesday’s The Ellen Show.

“You get home-cooked meals, but then you also have those random trips to the kitchen in the middle of the night, and just the random run-ins that just might be a little uncomfortable from time to time,” he added.

Michael B. Jordan with his parents in 2015
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Asked if those run-ins ever occur sans clothes, Jordan joked, “Sometimes shirtless. Maybe a little naked!”

As for when he plans to move out on his own, the actor said without hesitation, “Immediately. As soon as I can.”

If living with his parents doesn’t put enough of a damper on his social life, Jordan said his workout regimen for Black Panther, in which he plays the villainous Erik Killmonger, has sapped up nearly all of his free time.

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“I would workout 2 to 3 times a day, eat six times a day,” he said.

“It’s hard to go out to a club or a party” when you have to do “meal prep,” he explained, adding, “It’s tough to socialize when you have to get in shape like that.”

And after a brief break from the gym, Jordan is back at it again, this time training to reprise his role as a boxer in Creed 2. 

Black Panther hits theaters Feb. 16.

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