Leslie Jordan reveals other celeb who lived in his home on ‘MTV Cribs’

Leslie Jordan reveals other celeb who lived in his home on ‘MTV Cribs’

The late actor also showed viewers his bedroom, which was nicknamed the “place where no magic happens.”

The late Leslie Jordan gives viewers one last look into his legendary apartment.

The Will & Grace star gave a charming walkthrough of his ultra-cozy pad during Thursday’s episode of MTV Cribs, which was filmed before his death on Oct. 24 at the age of 67. During Jordan’s tour, he invited the camera crew to the deck. The deck was filled with potted succulents and patio furniture. One plant Jordan admitted that he was “scared of death” was a Buddha’s tree (or as the comedian called it “Buddha’s fingers”).

“The fruit is so frightening — it looks like Little Shop of Horrors — that I pick it off and I throw it off the balcony,” he said. “It’s frightening looking!” Jordan wasn’t lying. When the camera panted down to see beneath Jordan’s deck, a bunch of yellow hand-shaped fruits could been seen waving hello.

Jordan also revealed the fact that he wasn’t the only celebrity to call the apartment home. After hearing rumors that Tupac Shakur had once lived in the complex, Jordan went to the local post office to confirm that the rapper actually shared his address.

“Honey said that Tupac lived in the apartment. “Sometimes, I feel like a rebel or a thug. And I know that that’s Tupac talking directly to me. “

Leslie Jordan

Leslie Jordan

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The actor then led viewers into his bedroom, which he jokingly described as the place where “no magic” happens. The tiny space was decorated with framed photos and paintings depicting horses, a nod to his previous career.

“A lot of people don’t know this, but when I was 19 years old I decided I wanted to be a jockey with thoroughbred racehorses,” Jordan said while showing off a photo of himself at a track. “Look at me!” I grew a mustache. “

Jordan was killed in a car accident in Hollywood last month. He had suffered a medical emergency behind his wheel. Since his death, the Emmy winner has received multiple tributes, including on The Masked Singer, Celebrity IOU, and his final television series, Call Me Kat.

Jordan posted on Instagram two months before the accident that he had bought his first home. Guess where I am? He said that he was high up in a condo he just bought. “I am 67 years old and I own my first condo.” He spun around the space while he sang “Movin’ On Up” by the Jeffersons.

Jordan captioned his post: “It’s never too late for you to be happy, y’all.” It was possible. I bought my first piece ………….. property. “

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