Michael B. Jordan has revealed he's slipped into a couple of females DM's in the past and gone on dates with them.
The 'Black Panther' star opened up about his love life on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Tuesday, where he admitted he's used apps like Twitter and Instagram to meet girls in the past.
When fellow guest Chrissy Teigen quizzed him on whether he's ever gone on a date with someone after sliding into their DM's, he spilled: "Yes, I have. I'm human, I'm human. Not often, but yes I have."
However, the 31-year-old actor insisted that he's been too busy working to find a love interest.
He added: "I've been working [like] crazy, so not really had the time to properly date."
The producer recently admitted he doesn't really "know what dating is".
Commenting on his big screen success, the 'Creed II' actor said: "My career is awesome. It is going great. There's other places in my life that I'm f***ing lacking at.
"I'm very mature and advanced in a lot of areas of life. Dating may not be one of 'em. My personal life is not. I don't really know what dating is."
However, Michael also explained that his fame plays a big part in finding love, because it makes it harder to get to know someone.
While he accepted that the options are still there, he insisted it was better to focus on his career and himself for now, rather than the "nuances of dating".
He added: "But it's like, I could meet you, right now, boom, right here. Me and you sitting here chilling, whatever. Meal, whatever. Somebody could be over there, see this. And all of a sudden, you're my girl now.
"So then they're going to talk about you, they're going to find out who you are. They're gonna find out what your Instagram is, they're going to find us in that.
"And all the fan club and everybody else is going to find out who you are, and now you and I are forever associated with one another.
"So now, how do you go anywhere normal, chill, just getting to know somebody that you just met, that you may not - may or may not - hit it off at all? That part of dating is tough."