May 16, 2020
Michael Jordan's oldest daughter, Jasmine, made her debut magazine issue as she rocked a stunning look for the camera.
Micheal Jordan's daughter, Jasmine Jordan, looked pretty in her first-ever magazine cover as she graced the front page of Rolling Out's May issue.
The 27-year-old stood gracefully in a green jacket, which she draped over her mini black dress. Jordan completed her look with a pair of black footies and a bright smile. She happily wrote in her Instagram caption:
"My first cover. Thanks, @rollingout, for selecting me to be on the cover and allowing me to share some stories…"
Congratulations were in order as fans joined in the fun and admired her in the comments. While a fan couldn't hide how happy they were for Jasmine, another fan cheered her for the "next level!"
Jasmine and her fiance welcomed their first child together, last year in May, and made Michael Jordan a first-time grandfather.
Growing up, Jasmine was in constant awe of her superstar dad. As reported by CBS sports, she recently revealed to Associated Press (AP) that she was gradually knowing more about the basketball legend.
Just like many fans, Jasmine admitted that her dad's docuseries, "The Last Dance," which is currently on Netflix has given her more insight about the star athlete's legacy. She told AP:
"I actually Googled my dad at one point just to figure it out. I was like why is everyone so intrigued by you, you're just dad, you're not that cool…"
According to AJC, Jasmine is all grown now, and just like her dad, her interest in sports is profound. But she chose to study Sports Management at Syracuse University.
In college, she met her lover, Rakeem Christmas, who is also an NBA star who was part of the school's basketball team.
Speaking with Madame Noire, Jasmine opened up on how she was able to fend off opportunists in the guise of lovers and know that Rakeem was the one.
She shared that she was attracted to the basketball star from the start and made some moves. Jordan mentioned that she felt it in her guts that Christmas was a "different" man. She told the new site:
"...As we got to know one another and have those conversations and hang out, it was clearly evident that my gut was right…"