Jonathan Majors Calls Himself a ‘Great Man’ in Audio Released During Domestic Violence Trial


Jabbari tried to respond, but Majors continued to speak over her. “No, no. Do you understand that?” he asked. “‘Cause that team, that unit, right? Grace has to be in a certain mindset.”

He then brought up the late Coretta Scott King, an activist, author and wife of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “That’s Martin Luther King’s wife,” Majors declared. “Michelle Obama, Barack Obama’s wife.”

“I know I shouldn’t have gone out,” Jabbari said, to which Majors berated her again. “Let me just lay it out for you, right? If I am… I’m just gonna say this – My temper, my shit […] all that said, I am a great man. A great man. I am doing great things, not just for me, but for my culture and for the world. That is actually the position I’m in. That’s real. I’m not [inaudible] think about it, I didn’t ask for it; I’ve worked and that’s the situation.”

Jabbari sniffled as Majors’ tirade went on. “The woman that supports me, that I support, needs to be a great woman and make sacrifices the way that man is making for her and for them, ultimately.”