Michael B. Jordan shares a VERY tantalizing snap of himself posing shirtless while biting his lip as he urges fans to vote early
Election Day is just weeks away, but Michael B. Jordan has found one very tantalizing way to encourage early voting.
The actor, 33, posted a sizzling snap of himself sitting by his bed shirtless while seductively biting his lip on Tuesday.
‘Vote Early,’ the Black Panther actor captioned the post.
That’ll get them to the polls! Michael B. Jordan posted a sizzling snap of himself sitting by his bed shirtless while seductively biting his lip on Tuesday
While his face was mostly cropped out of the snap, Michael was the very definition of ‘hot’ as he kicked back on his couch.
The bearded star wore a gold crucifix necklace atop his shirtless chest.
While a ‘thirst trap’ at first glance, the post did include educational information on early voting.
This included an ‘Early Voting Checklist’ with information on how to submit a ballot ahead of Election Day.
Make your voice heard! Jordan also posted an ‘Early Voting Checklist’ with information how to vote ahead of November 3rd
‘Spread the word!’ While a thirst trap at first glance, the post included educational information about this year’s elections
Despite the seriousness of the subject matter, all fans could talk about was Michael’s hunky post.
‘Thirst trap. It worked. Not even gonna lie. Imma vote! Lol’ remarked knot.so.average.jo.
Twitter user @ClaireMPLS weighed in on the ‘thirst trap’ with a photo of Bachelorette Clare Crawley remarking ‘I definitely feel like I just met my future husband’.
Va va voom: Despite the seriousness of the subject matter, all fans could talk about was Michael’s hunky post
That’ll get him talking! Within hours, fans were chiming in on the hunky post
‘Me when Michael B. Jordan posts a thirst trap,’ she tweeted.
Michael is just one of many celebrities urging fans to submit their ballots early for this year’s election.
Many celebs have been posting snaps of themselves mailing off their absentee ballot as a way of encouraging fans to do the same.
Already, at least 9million people have voted ahead of time – and that data only reflects numbers from 30 states.
Eligible US voters can find specific information about their state’s election deadlines, dates, and rules at the non-partisan Vote.com.