Martin Lawrence of 'Bad Boys' Fame Is a Proud Dad as He Celebrates Daughter Jasmine on Her 24th Birthday
Martin Lawrence of the "Bad Boys" franchise wishes his daughter Jasmine a happy birthday as she turns 24th. The proud dad wrote a sweet note on Instagram to let everyone know that it was his darling daughter's birthday.
Martin Lawrence and his fiancee Roberta at an Awards Show | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Martin Lawrence's daughter Jasmine just turned 24, and the doting dad made sure to share a sweet note for her on Instagram in celebration of her special day.
"Wanna take the time o wish my daughter [Jasmine] the happiest of birthdays as she turns 24 today! Can't say enough how proud you make all of us seein the woman you've become, and this is only the beginning! May your day be blessed with endless love, family, and laughter. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!"
JASMINE'S DUKE GRADUATION WITH LATIN HONORS
Martin's daughter Jasmine graduated from Duke University with Latin honors, particularly cum laude. At the time of her graduation, which happened two years ago, Martin and his two ex-wives were present to celebrate with his first-born, including their current spouses and his current fiancee.
“Congrats to my 1st born. I’m so proud of you Jasmin. Keep doin your thing. I love you so much! #Dukeuniversity #cumlaude”
Likewise, proud mom, Patricia shared a video of herself and her daughter at graduation, crying tears of joy as they embraced and celebrated the special milestone in her first-born daughter's life.
MARTIN LAWRENCE'S BLENDED FAMILY
Aside from Jasmine, whom he shares with first wife Miss Virginia USA Patricia Southall, he went on to have two more daughters, Iyanna and Amara, with second wife Shamicka Gibbs. He is currently in a relationship and is engaged to Roberta Moradfar, whom the comedian proposed to in 2017.
Through it all, Martin has kept close relationships with his daughters, calling them "good girls," and share amicable relationships with their mothers as well.
Now, they continue to support one another in whatever endeavor and were all present when Martin launched the sequel to his famous "Bad Boys" franchise starring Will Smith among many other events.