Lori Harvey Strikes A Pose To Boyfriend Future’s “Life is Good,” Following Car Jacking Attempt [VIDEO]

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Lori Harvey Strikes A Pose To Boyfriend Future’s “Life is Good,” Following Car Jacking Attempt [VIDEO]

Just two days after a dangerous carjacking encounter in Atlanta, model Lori Harvey returned to Instagram to let everyone know, “Life is Good.”

In a video, the 23-year-old stepdaughter of Steve Harvey was seen striking a pose to her boo Future’s hit single.

While out and about over the weekend at a local Whole Foods store in Atlanta, two unidentified men attempted to steal Lori’s 2020 white Rolls-Royce Cullinan, according to Atlanta Police Department.

“While retrieving her belongings Ms. Harvey stated a young black male entered the driver’s seat of the vehicle in an attempt to steal the vehicle.”

As reported, Lori reportedly told police that she sprang into action and tried to get the suspect, described as a young black man, out of her car. While he pushed her off, Lori says she tried another strategy when she realized he couldn’t get far without the key fob, which she still had in her possession. Thankfully the carjacker took off with an unknown amount of clothing, according to police.

“This second suspect grabbed a red duffle bag containing miscellaneous clothing items.

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As previously reported, Lori and Future appear to be taking things to a new level in their relationship. Since theJasmineBRAND broke the news of their new romance back in November, the pair have continued to drop cryptic hints of their relationship.

Recently, Lori sparked engagement rumors after posting a video of what seems to be an wedding ring on the model’s ring finger. Lori added the caption,

”Wife life”

However, the wedding bells are still on hold as Lori later took to her Instagram story following their engagement rumors denying being engaged.

What are your thoughts on Lori and Future? Let us know in the comments!

Authored by: Gregory Molette