Rebbie Jackson's poet daughter flaunts her natural hair in recent photo
Yashi Brown, one of the daughters of Rebbie Jackson, took to Instagram to share a photo posing in her bed flaunting her natural hair.
In the image, the lady appeared wearing a sleeveless black shirt while lying on a bed and flashing her beautiful smile at the camera. The highlight of the post was her hair, which was let loose and messy.
For the caption, Yashi revealed that it was a post-performance image. “There's something about that feeling when you give your all onstage and the audience knows and resonates along with you. I felt it,” added the poet.
“It's been awhile since I've been online. For those who know me know my on/off modes ride with my contemplative/extrovert moods. I cater to both which isn't always so great for social media platforms. Its just never been my thing to get a curator,” continued Yashi.
Yashi is one of the three children that Rebbie had with her husband of more than four decades Nathaniel Brown. The woman’s siblings are Stacee, who embarked into the music industry for a while, and Austin, a singer who has collaborated with artists like Pharrell Williams, Cory Rooney, and many more.
Unlike Stacee and Austin, Yashi was always fond of literary works. In 2011, she released her first book titled “Black Daisy in a White Limousine,” a collection of 77 poems wherein she addressed her life living with bipolar disorder.
One of the things that Yashi is more recognized for is her efforts in making people know that those with bipolar disorder are not crazy or deranged, but they are normal human beings with a chemical imbalance in their brain. The poet has said that she considers her disorder more of a blessing than a curse.
Back in June, Yashi took to Instagram to honor her late grandfather Joe Jackson on his passing. In the image, she appeared wearing blue jeans and a red top covered with a black sweater while Joe was wearing his classic black leather jacket and hat.
“My last snapshot with my grandfather, Joe. February 11, 2018. Trust the unique vision the universe puts in each of us and follow it. It was put there for a reason,” the poet wrote in the caption.