Jonathan Majors Scorches Ebony Magazine

Published: Monday 6th Feb 2023 by Sam

Cop a gander of Jonathan Majors!

Armed with the momentum of a captivating collection of roles, the actor’s star is shining brighter than ever.

And the luminosity is only set to intensify as he gears up for big screen bows in ‘Creed III’ and ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.’

The 33-year-old also earned rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival for his jaw-dropping upcoming flick, ‘Magazine Dreams‘ – in which he plays a troubled bodybuilder.

With packed plate of activity in front of him, Majors is hitting the the promo trail and Ebony Magazine‘s February issue was his latest stop.

Peep his eye-catching shoot above and below…

Your thoughts?

[Photo Credit: Ebony / Keith Major]

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  1. True Tea February 6, 2023

    These photos are so much better than the photos from the other shoot he did.

    The Valentine Theme really works.

    Good Job Ebony!

  2. Shayla Queen™ 👑 February 6, 2023

    Ew. Just gross.

  3. marilyn monh-O-E ® 👠(#1 DIVA) February 6, 2023

    Ewwww what’s that Jelly rolls in his stomach??? 💅🏾 Gross 🤢

  4. Keith February 6, 2023

    Dont make no sense for this man to be this fine!!!!!

  5. Gladys Knight Chicken n waffles February 6, 2023

    I’m sure he goes home to a white woman every night

  6. Bravo!! February 6, 2023

    Face don’t mean nothing when you have a body. I learned that from the California people

  7. Kee February 7, 2023

    He can come scorch me next

  8. Aurora February 28, 2023

    Is there something wrong with this cover? I think if the cover is referring to his upcoming role, then it is an extension of the character he is portraying. If this is the scene he wishes to present it is his and the art director’s creative expression, which we are all allowed to have! Men who find fault with their choice of colors are trapped in a prescribed thinking that is more detrimental to African Male sexuality than is realistic and those individuals need to concern themselves with their own issues. I applaud this cover choice.

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