August 28, 2020
Jasmine Jordan, the daughter of former NBA star Michael Jordan shared three cute photos of herself on her Instagram page, looking cute in a white T-shirt and black print shorts.
Jasmine Jordan took to her Instagram page to share three pictures of herself looking cool in a white T-shirt which she matched with black printed shorts.
The T-shirt Jasmine wore had the face of legendary Jamaican reggae singer Bob Marley printed on it. She completed her look with light blue flip flops.
Jasmine had long golden braids that reached her stomach area. In the first photo, she posed by looking down at her feet with one of her legs slightly bent.
The second picture gave a closer view of Jasmine's T-shirt, shorts, braided hair, and her lips. In the caption to the post, she referenced a quote by Marley, writing:
"None but ourselves can free our minds - Marley."
The third picture in Jasmine's post was similar to the first, though she had her right hand in the pocket of her shorts.
The sun added more light to the photos, giving a serene look to the beautiful background which featured green grass on either side of her, a house, and some trees.
Jasmine got engaged to Rakeem Christmas, a former star of the Syracuse University Basketball team.
Jasmine closely resembles her iconic father. However, despite his fame, she did not know much about him while growing up and even had to Google him to know why he was famous.
In a reported interview, she revealed that her teachers and fellow students at school always spoke about her dad, often causing her to wonder why they did. This led her to search for more information about him.
In another interview with MadameNoire, Jasmine further said that her dad and mom made sure that their kids had a normal childhood, which she was very grateful for.
She also said that despite her father's busy career schedule in his playing days, he always ensured that they had the best of times whenever he was around.
The 27-year-old Jasmine got engaged to Rakeem Christmas, a former star of the Syracuse University Basketball team. The lovebirds met in the school where Jasmine studied Sports Management.
The couple welcomed their first child in the spring of 2019, making Jordan a grandfather for the first time. Both parents confirmed the news of their baby son's arrival on their social media pages.