June 23, 2020
Michael Jordan's daughter honored her famous father and her husband in heartfelt Father's Day tributes that captured her favourite family moments.
"To my daddyo, Happy Father's Day! I love and appreciate you more than you know. Totally a daddy's girl."
Jasmine and her fiancé, Rakeem Christmas, welcomed their son, Rakeem Michael Christmas, a year ago.
In her caption, she joked about their family resemblance, saying, "my son is practically my twin. So when y'all [sic] see me, you see him too."
Many people joined Jasmine in wishing Michael a happy father's day. Some praised the NBA legend and called him the "GOAT" in their comments. One fan agreed with Jasmine that she had an uncanny resemblance to her son, they commented, "definitely your twin!"
Another fan noted that Jasmine's appearance hadn't changed much and questioned, "girl, why do you look exactly the same from when you were a baby?!" Another fan had nothing but praises for Michael.
According toMarie Claire
, when Jasmine was younger, she didn't completely understand her father's celebrity and why so many people loved him.
During an interview on "Today," alongside her siblings, Jasmine admitted that when she was ten-years-old when she Googled her father, and at that moment, she finally understood the extent of his fame.
Jasmine and Rakeem welcomed their son on Mother's Day in 2019. When she announced her son's arrival, she expressed her joy in the timing because it allowed her to celebrate with other mothers. For her husband's first Father's Day, she praised him for being a fantastic parent, she said:
"Happy Father's Day to the most loving, incredible, and caring I can't put into words how amazing of a father you are to Keemie."
In an interview with In Style, Jasmine revealed that she didn't grow up playing basketball like her siblings. It was a path; she said her father understood.
However, she joined the family business after graduating from Syracuse University with a degree in sports management. Jasmine helps manage the Jordan brand's media coverage and sponsorship for the athletes playing for the Charlotte Hornets, which is also owned by Michael.