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Michael B. Jordan revealed he apologized to his mom, Donna, when he saw the images from his provocative Calvin Klein underwear ad campaign.

Jordan, 36, knew the lewd and lascivious images would be embarrassing for his mother who still sees him as her baby.

The B&W photos show Jordan wearing skintight boxers while glaring at the camera.

Jordan told Entertainment Tonight he called his mom to apologize to her before she saw the images.

“I was like, my mama gon’ have to see this,” Jordan said at the L.A. premiere of his new movie “Creed III” on Monday. “Let me call her and be like, ‘I’m sorry. It’s out here.’ Got my business all out in the streets — literally.”

Jordan’s Creed III co-star Tessa Thompson admired his work in the ad campaign.

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“This is great work he’s done. Some of it is God-given. Some of it is hard-earned,” she told Extra at the L.A. premiere, where she’s pictured with co-stars Jonathan Majors (L) and Jordan.

“I’m just very proud of him. I don’t objectify him, I never would, he’s my work friend so I keep it appropriate,” the rumored bisexual actress added.

In a press release, Calvin Klein said he picked Jordan because the actor embodies “confident ambition,” as well as “passion and physical intensity.” He added that “the visuals [for the campaign] reinforce his discipline and uncompromising commitment to his craft.”