Well, the Fruitvale Station star isn't having the gossip or the casual racism that sometimes comes along with it.
Jordan appears on the cover of GQ's October Issue and, when asked about his rumored relationship with Kendall Jenner, he responds to the chatter as only a gentleman would.
"It’s the world we live in. They see white and black. I don’t," he reveals. "Kendall’s a friend of mine, you know. I don’t know her, like, that well, but I know her enough. People’s perspective on that is what it is."
Source: Peggy Siorta for GQ
#ICYMI: Jordan and Jenner were spotted leaving the Met Gala together in May. Apparently, fans were more upset with the potential couple being interracial than the mere fact that it may have happened.
"I don’t live my life to make other people happy," he adds. "It’s so weird, though, right? A lot of black fans were feeling like 'Oh, my god, he should have been with a black woman', and that whole thing."
Thankfully, the 28-year-old still has a good head on his shoulders in relation to all of his success.
Don't get the wrong idea, though, as dating isn't even close to being on his radar.
"I understand what females want and need, you know. I’m good at that. I don’t know if I’m the guy to give it to them right now. I’m emotionally unavailable," Jordan admits of his busy schedule. "Until I find something that’s so undeniable that I can’t help myself."
"The females, they’ll always be there," he says. "Female-wise now? I ain’t got to do too much work. And it’s weird, because I’m the same guy. I haven’t f**king changed, right? I haven’t done anything different. 'Okay maybe a blockbuster film.'"