Michael Jordan's Daughter Jasmine Looks Beautiful in Thick-Rimmed Glasses and Braided Hair in a New Photo
Michael Jordan's oldest daughter looked stylish while posing for a selfie as she showed off her flair for fashion in a large pair of thick-rimmed sunglasses.
When basketball legend Michael Jordan built his multibillion-dollar empire with the success of the Jordan brand, his oldest daughter, Jasmine Jordan, joined the family business after graduating from university.
Jasmine completed her studies in Sports Management at Syracuse University. She used newfound skills to work with athletes sponsored by the Jordan brand.
Throughout the basketball season, her primary focus has been managing media coverage, photoshoots, and arranging meetings for the Charlotte Hornets players, which is also owned by her father.
Her job has required a lot of traveling across the country. It is reported, the Jordan heiress spends most of her time working between the main office in Oregon and meeting the players in Charlotte.
Jasmine's role helps her influence the image of some of the NBA's star players. Recently, she showed off her own unique take on fashion in a pair of trendy sunglasses.
While dressed in "Pretty Little Thing," she posed for a selfie in a pair of black thick-rimmed clear sunglasses. She looked casual in a t-shirt and had her hair in a high pony.
In her caption, Jasmine quoted lyrics from Drake's song "Chicago Freestyle." She wrote, "2:30 baby, won't you meet me by The Bean?" A fan commented on her post and completed her line saying, "Windy City...she blowing me kisses."
Many people commented on her latest accessory, and one person gushed, "LOVE those glasses on you!" Another person added, "love the new hairstyle." Her fiancé, Rakeem Christmas teased her about the lyrics she quoted.
While staying connected to her famous family, Jasmine recently admitted to the Associated Press that she has been watching her father's documentary, "The Last Dance."
“I’m harassing him”: Jasmine Jordan says she’s been frequently texting her father, Michael Jordan, while learning more about him in the ESPN docuseries #TheLastDance— AP Sports (@AP_Sports) May 14, 2020
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Jasmine joked that she has been texting Michael non-stop about many of the details she never knew about his life. She admitted that the documentary is as exciting to watch as his fans are finding it.
She added that her father has probably tired of answering all the questions she and her siblings have been asking him.