Michael Jordan's Daughter Jasmine Sports Matching Mickey Mouse Pajamas with Son Rakeem and Friends
Jasmine Jordan, the eldest daughter of NBA legend Michael Jordan, shared a photo on social media wearing matching Mickey Mouse pajamas with her son Rakeem and a couple of friends.
On December 31, Jasmine Jordan treated her nearly 150,000 Instagram followers with a three-image slideshow. Jasmine posed next to two friends in front of a Happy New Year sign in the first pic.
She was wearing a sleeveless black blouse with a deep neckline and beige pants with brown details. Her long, black hair fell loose on one of her shoulders as she smiled at the camera.
Michael Jordan on February 17, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina | Photo: Getty Images
In the second image, Jasmine’s outfit can be seen in detail as she posed alone. The post's highlight was the third photo as the three friends appeared together wearing matching Mickey Mouse pajamas.
Jasmine, in a black top with the head of Disney’s mascot on it, held her son, Rakeem, in her arms, just like one of her friends was doing with her own child. For the caption, Jasmine wrote:
“2 Moms & An Aunt Walk Into A Bar... Charge It To 2020. 2021, Here We Come”
[Jasmine] learned how important [Michael Jordan] really was through Google.
JASMINE’S CAREER AND CHILD
Just like her famous father, Michael Jordan, she has plenty of shoes. Jasmine once admitted that she has shoes at her dad’s Florida home, her mother’s Chicago place, and even at her brother’s house.
As per her job with Nike, she helps design, choose colors, and direct the Jordan Heiress collection. For that reason, she used to spend quite some time at the Nike Headquarters in Oregon.
When she's not there, though, she could be found in Charlotte, North Carolina, working with her father as a Basketball Operations Coordinator for the Hornets, the NBA team owned by Michael.
In May 2020, Jasmine confessed that although her father is one of the most loved and respected basketball players in history, she learned how important he really was through Google at 10 or 11 years old.
Michael and her mother, Juanita, made sure that she and her brothers grew up “normal and didn’t view him differently,” so the man everybody knew as MJ was just Dad for Jasmine.