Girl shares pictures of her walking around with a Michael Jordan cut out as a child

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Michael Jordan is still a superstar draw despite retiring from the game of basketball in 2003, however, his popularity reached peak levels during the 1990s as he dominated the league with the Chicago Bulls.

MJ was everywhere, from television to radio to billboards, you couldn't go too far without seeing his face.

People were quite literally obsessed with the greatest to ever play the game, but one girl took that to a whole new level.

Irene Liao, whose Twitter handle is @ireneliiao, posted some photos on the social media to show the extremities of her obsession with his Airness.

She wasn't just obsessed, Irene used to carry around a life-sized cardboard cutout of the former Chicago Bulls player.

Six photos were posted, they included her with cardboard MJ outside a subway station, outside of a Starbucks and practicing the piano with her grandfather.

Cardboard Jordan is no longer, but his memory still lives on.

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