If you frequent social media, then you're probably familiar with Jeffrey Harrison, aka the Michael Jordan impersonator.
Harrison went viral earlier this year after multiple videos showed him competing in pick-up games in full Michael Jordan gear.
He had everything: the jerseys, the shoes, the armband, everything.
Bro even got the leg and arm band pic.twitter.com/t218fPAeVI — Bubba Scarfs (@J_Hardiman23) July 5, 2016
Well, it turns out Harrison has been wearing the get-up since 2010, which was revealed in a feature done in July by KREM-TV in Washington.
The same reporter who executed that feature, Darnay Tripp, was with Harrison when Michael Jordan himself sent two boxes of gifts over for his biggest fan (which included a pair of recently released, super sexy, Olympic-themed retro Jordans).
Along with the gifts, Michael Jordan also sent a note over to Harrison.
But, Harrison didn't have to just read Jordan's words off of a card. The legend himself made a personal call to the fan.
Harrison said he's been a fan of Jordan since the age of 4. And while the reaction to his on-court routine isn't always positive, Harrison told Tripp nothing stops him from playing the way he wants.
With determination like that, it's no wonder Jordan likes him.