• Michael B. Jordan was spotted at a West Hollywood nightclub Sunday, weeks after his split from Lori Harvey
  • The "Black Panther" actor arrived at the L.A. hotspot driving a silver car and left alone
  • Jordan also deleted Harvey's pictures from his Instagram, two weeks after she erased him from her account

Michael B. Jordan is moving on from his ex-girlfriend Lori Harvey.

Weeks after news broke that Jordan, 35, and Harvey, 25, had called it quits after nearly two years of dating, the "Black Panther" star was partied at West Hollywood's Delilah nightclub in California Sunday.

In photos obtained by Daily Mail, Jordan arrived at the venue driving a silver car with a red interior. He dressed for comfort, wearing a white tank top that showed off his massive biceps. He accessorized with a necklace, an earring and a ring on his little finger.

Despite being single, the "Creed" star left the L.A. hotspot alone.

Aside from stepping out to potentially meet new people, Jordan wiped all photos featuring his ex-girlfriend from his Instagram account, Page Six reported. The move comes two weeks after Harvey deleted him from her own account.

The former couple made their red carpet debut at the Vanity Fair Oscars After-Party in March. However, three months later, an unnamed source close to Jordan and Harvey confirmed to People on June 4 that the two stars had parted ways after dating for a year and a half.

According to the insider, they "still love each other" and were "both completely heartbroken."

"Michael matured a lot over the course of their relationship and was ready to commit for the long term. He let down his guard with her, opening up emotionally in a romantic relationship for the first time," the source added. "They had great times together and brought out the best in each other."

While the exes have stayed mum about their split, her dad, Steve Harvey, spoke about the breakup on "The Steve Harvey Morning Show." The comedian confirmed that his daughter is no longer with Jordan and expressed his support for her.

"I'm team Lori, 1,000%. She's my daughter. I love her, I support her," he said.

Although breakups aren't easy, Steve, who praised Jordan in previous interviews, clarified that he has no ill feelings toward the actor.

"He's still a cool guy...from what I know. It's a breakup. I'm pretty sure they'll be fine. People break up all the time," said Steve, who has been married three times, before joking: "I just wish I could have broken up without the cost factor! I got to start learning from my children, get out early! I waited way too late."

Meanwhile, the model's mom, Marjorie Harvey, shared a cryptic post on Instagram following her daughter's split from Jordan, posting a video message from actress Jennifer Lewis. It is unclear if the post is related to the breakup.

"You sit in s--t too long, it stops smelling," Lewis said in the six-second clip. "So come the f--k outta there."

Another source told People that Harvey "wasn't ready to commit" and that she and Jordan "realized that they weren't on the same page" while they "were making plans for their future."

"She is very focused on her career," the unnamed insider said of the founder and CEO of SKN By Lori Harvey.

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The 'Creed' actor attends the 'Get Lucky For Lupus LA' Celebrity Poker Tournament. Tiffany Rose/Getty Images