Martin Lawrence's Daughter Jasmine Shows Cleavage & Tiny Gold Necklaces Dressed in a Black Top
Jasmine Lawrence, daughter of comedian and "Bad Boys" actor Martin Lawrence, wowed her social media fans with a stunning post on Instagram.
Jasmine Lawrence is the daughter of funnyman Martin Lawrence, and if there's one thing he takes seriously it's fatherhood. Jasmine is the oldest of Martin's three daughters and definitely daddy's girl.
But Martin will have to reconcile himself to the fact that his baby girl is all grown up and has become an extremely beautiful woman, and she proves it in her most recent post on Instagram Stories.
ALL GROWN UP
Jasmine's mom is Martin's first wife, Patricia Southall, a James Madison University journalism graduate, and the winner of the 1993 Miss Virginia USA Pageant. We have to admit that Jasmine owes her beauty to her mom.
In her post, Jasmine shared a snap in which she wears a simple low-cut black knit top and brightens up her look with two delicate gold necklaces. Her long glossy hair is loose and her makeup is discreet and natural.
Martin attended the "Bad Boys Forever" premiere with his three lovely daughters. Jasmine was featured in a cameo alongside her dad in the film.
"I’m so incredibly blessed that God gave me a father like you. You’re (...) hard-working, patient, and hilarious. (...) you’ve treated my sisters and I like queens."
FATHER OF THREE
The comedian is the father of three girls. He shares his two youngest daughters Amara, 18, and Iyanna, 20 with his second ex-wife, entrepreneur and businesswoman Shamicka Gibbs.
Sadly, the two divorced in 2012, but the former couple has remained devoted co-parents to their two girls. Martin attended the "Bad Boys Forever" premiere with his three lovely daughters. Jasmine was featured in a cameo alongside her dad in the film.
But bringing up three girls in status-obsessed Hollywood is a challenge to any celebrity parent, and Martin is no exception. He revealed that he makes sure his girls keep their feet on the ground.
He revealed that he makes them aware of how lucky and privileged they are, and how different his own upbringing was. Martin admitted that he frequently reminds the girls that electricity cost money, and tells them to switch off the lights.
But all in all, Martin can't complain. His three girls are devoted to him and seem to be imbued with common sense and his sense of humor. Amara and Iyanna are in college, and who knows, maybe one of these days Jasmine will make him a grandfather.