Michael Jordan & Juanita Vanoy's Daughter Jasmine Looks like Mom While Posing in a New Picture
Jasmine Jordan posted a photo of herself in a stylish army outfit, on Instagram, shortly after the release of her father's ESPN documentary series.
Jasmine Jordan, youngest daughter of basketball legend Michael Jordan and his ex-wife Juanita Vanoy, turned a few heads on Instagram over the weekend.
The 27-year-old shared a photo of herself in a black sleeveless top, a sharp pair of military pants, and a couple of trendy brown sneakers to match. Jasmine smiled for the camera as she showed off some "Friday vibes."
Fans responded in adoration and admiration of the mother-of-one, complementing her outfit as well as her looks. One fan gushed that Jasmine looked gorgeous and requested to interview her on the platform.
Jasmine, of course, is no stranger to the spotlight. She and Syracuse basketball star Rakeem Christmas made headlines last year when they announced that they had welcomed their first child, a boy, who also happened to be Michael Jordan's first grandchild. Christmas said on Instagram:
"I don't know what I did to deserve you and our awesome kid, Happy 1st Mothers Day!"
The buzzing father announced the development by sharing a Family Guy-inspired photo of Jasmine and their young son.
Juanita Vanoy was suspiciously omitted from ESPN's recent documentary series on Michael Jordan.
Meanwhile, Jasmine's father is still making headlines since a documentary series based on the legendary basketballer aired on ESPN early this year. The documentary, titled "The Last Dance," centered on Jordan and the 1997/98 Chicago Bulls team.
However, despite being a huge success, there was one notable absentee from the series ― Jordan's ex-wife and Jasmine's mother, Juanita Vanoy. This led to numerous speculations about the estranged couple.
Jasmine's parents got married in 1989, were briefly separated in 2002, and eventually divorced in 2006. Jordan then married Cuban-American model Yvette Prieto in 2013.
Nonetheless, Vanoy insists that she and the NBA legend remain on good terms but admitted that any conversations between the two usually center around their children.
Speaking about "The Last Dance," Jasmine revealed that her father's openness in the series helped her learn a lot about him, as she was not yet born when Jordan won the first two of his six championships with the Bulls.
Jasmine continued that she regularly texted her father on Sundays, when the series airs, to ask about his thoughts on occurrences portrayed in the series.