Montell Jordan later became a born-again Christian, so it's unlikely that he'll be reaching for the 40 and heading to the club anytime soon. In 2010, he left the music business to become a minister. As he explained on his Twitter feed
, the decision is "a calling that’s probably been with me all my life since I was a child. And I’ve known it. A lot of people in the business know it and have the same calling but that leap of faith is difficult."
Another interesting fact about Jordan: he's crazy smart. He attended Pepperdine University in California to pick up a bachelor's degree in communications, graduating summa cum laude and was a state finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship.