If you're a fan of Michael B. Jordan or adorable internet shenanigans then you probably heard the story of Twitter user @BeeBabs and her genius plot to "reunite" with her long lost love. She took to twitter with a made-up story, some hilariously terrible photoshop and some seriously admirable commitment to a joke. Little did she know how far that joke would actually take her.
Here's her original post:
Twitter loved her post so much that they just played along and pulled screenshots from Michael's roles to give her "updates" on his life. The story picked up steam and eventually made its way back to Michael himself. When we last checked in with her, she left us with this little teaser tidbit:
I cannot say much but I have authentic confirmation that he saw this and laughed https://t.co/XOpMmNoN5U— bolu babalola (@bolu babalola) 1543211012.0
And all of us sat eagerly awaiting the next chapter like:
So here we go with that next chapter. She managed to get herself admission to the Creed 2 Q&A where sis shot her shot. We'll let her break it down for you.
I am going to the Creed II Q&A tomorrow— bolu babalola (@bolu babalola) 1543334226.0
I am still tripping that he happened to be in London just as I was pulling a stunt like this— bolu babalola (@bolu babalola) 1543451475.0
Is it too much to wear a white dress— bolu babalola (@bolu babalola) 1543335390.0
I stood up& asked a question about tenderness&romance in the film despite the brutality (💅🏿)&then I was like "um so… https://t.co/sHHy44UE6F— bolu babalola (@bolu babalola) 1543447774.0
And people in the crowd were absolutely on her team. Check it out.
When @BeeBabs took the mic, I was like "yesss go on honey, take a chaaance"! Creed 2.5: A Twitter Romance, co-star… https://t.co/y46A3Quled— Michelle Owusu (@Michelle Owusu) 1543484907.0
It happened, you guys. It actually happened. Her silly little tweet and commitment to the bit ended up landing her an actual moment with Michael. Not only did it get her that picture - but she wasn't the one who asked for it. Michael did. Oh ... and he loved it.
Ms Steal Your Man. Case closed. https://t.co/tqNe6P9aA6— bolu babalola (@bolu babalola) 1543441037.0
Happy Twitter did it’s thing 🙌🏾🌹🙏🏾😂 Great meeting you (for the second time 🤷🏾♂️😂😂😂) https://t.co/JDeBxnJjTb— Michael B. Jordan (@Michael B. Jordan) 1543517632.0
So look, we're not saying to go out and terribly photoshop yourself into situations with "long lost" celebrity loves... but Michael B. Jordan absolutely just set the precedent here. It works - or at least it worked this time. So why not go ahead and shoot your shot? Speaking of ... does anyone know what Anderson .Paak is up to right now? Just asking. Ya know... for a friend.
H/T: Twitter, Buzzfeed, The Mary Sue
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