“I was a pyromaniac growing up,” he confessed on the newest episode of “First We Feast.” “I used to live next door to my grandmother. And she used to always have incense. I used to light a match and I used to just spark that on fire. Just literally light it on fire.”
But Jordan’s obsession didn’t stop there.
“I would take the incense and poke it through the shower — the plastic shower curtains,” said Jordan, who played the Human Torch in the “Fantastic Four” movie.
But his grandma wasn’t too pleased with his bad-boy behavior. “I had my fair share of whoopings,” he laughed.
Jordan also shared how he used to take his parents’ car out to race around Jersey City, New Jersey. The “Fast and the Furious” franchise was his inspiration./
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Speaking candidly Wednesday on Jenny McCarthy’s SiriusXM podcast, “The Jenny McCarthy Show,” the host pressed Utah-bred Kent about her “hood” identity on social media.
“I don’t know where that comes from, I mean I am a firm believer that when Tupac died, he took over my body. I know you’re laughing, but I’m being for real,” Kent said. “I recently just got ‘thug life’ tattooed on me, and I feel so happy about it. It’s by my … the inside ankle on my left, and it’s up and down in my handwriting. It looks like a prison stamp.”
In September 1996, Shakur was hit four times in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. He died six days later at the age of 25.
Kent noted that they’ve both experienced growing pains.
“I’m sure he is not thrilled with his new body casing, but I’m not thrilled about the temper,” she shared.