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Actor Leslie Jordan has shared a topless throwback picture from 1980, inspiring thirst across the internet.
On Sunday (19 September), Jordan took to Instagram to share a photo of himself more than 40 years ago, showcasing his hairy chest and incredible six-pack while leaning against a blue convertible.
Captioning the photo, in which he would have been either 24 or 25 years old, Jordan wrote: “I just called 1980 and told it I wanted my six-pack back — except in those days I was drinking and I’m afraid they’ll think I want beer.”
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Actor Octavia Spencer commented: “If they call u back text me. There are things I want, too.”
When singer-songwriter Randy Houser commented that the photo was “awesome”, Jordan replied: “I was a handful, a little runaround. The stories I have would curl your hair! It’s a wonder I’m still standing.”
The throwback photo also made its way to Twitter, with one user writing: “I’m still living for Leslie Jordan casually reminding us he used to be a hot piece of f**k meat back in the day and not just the comedic elder gay we see him as now.”
I’m still living for Leslie Jordan casually reminding us he used to be a hot piece of fuck meat back in the day and not just the comedic elder gay we see him as now
— drew💫 (@nervousemoji) September 20, 2021
Quite the Pocket Otter! He could’ve gotten it. pic.twitter.com/kxFUjhFHGk
— A Bater In Decatur (@Bate88ATL) September 19, 2021
Leslie Jordan posted a 1980 thirst trap on IG and tbh I… pic.twitter.com/qitnxrFHPk
— m a r k J m a r r a c c i n i (@marramark) September 19, 2021
“Quite the pocket otter,” said another. “He could’ve gotten it.”
Leslie Jordan recently opened up about growing up gay in a religious household: ‘I’m not a mistake’
Jordan, who grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, said: “When I’m being very dramatic, I say, ‘Well, I grew up in the church, but I walked away,’ because the whole gay thing came around.
“I firmly believe that God made me this way. I’m not a mistake.”
“This is not my cross to bear,” he added. “It’s part of what I am and I want to celebrate that, but when you grow up and you’re just so scared.
“But I never walked away from the church. I just quit going.”