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Michael B. Jordan Shuts Down White Interviewer's 'Wakanda Forever' Salute—And We Can't Stop Watching It 🔥

By Collin Gossel

Every actor from the cast of Black Panther is haunted by the same specter: that no matter where they go, what they're doing, or who they're talking to, people are always asking them to do the crossed-arms "Wakanda Forever" salute. 

For many of them, not an interview goes by where they're not asked to strike the famous pose. At long last, however, Michael B. Jordan, who played the villain Killmonger in the film,  had enough.

In an interview with Maude Garrett, she tries to pull the salute out of him, but he's not having any of it.