Jasmine Jordan and her spouse, Rakeem Christmas, were the picture-perfect family with their little son as they enjoyed some precious moments together. Jasmine stood out showing off her long legs.
Michael Jordan's daughter Jasmine Jordan and her loved ones warmed her Instagram timeline with a relaxed family snapshot taken while they enjoyed the tropical beach scene.
Jasmine basked in her beauty hour rocking a white shirt dress, and leaving her long graceful limbs bare. The mom-of-one let her ombre braids fall down her shoulders while keeping her eyes protected with oversized dark shades.
Michael Jordan attending the 2018 NBA All-Star Game at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California in February 2018. | Photo: Getty Images
Rakeem Christmas stood near his woman, looking equally sharp in a white T-shirt, a pair of patterned shorts, and Nike slides. Jasmine held the couple's little son, Rakeem Jr., but kept his face covered with a lit emoji to uphold privacy. She captioned:
"Happy Valentine's Day…#YKTV."
Jasmine is the third of three kids born to NBA legend Michael Jordan and his ex-wife Juanita Vanoy. After her birth, Michael did not hold back on his sweet feelings as she shared that he was happy he finally had a daughter after two sons.
These days, Jasmine is all grown and experiencing motherhood herself. In 2019, she and her college sweetheart, Rakeem, welcomed their first child, making her iconic dad a first-time grandfather.
She once shared that she tried basketball but it was not it.
In a recent interview, Jasmine opened up about growing up the daughter of a legend and her take on the 10-part docu-series that focused on her father. Jasmine, 27, shared that the documentary was eye-opening.
The sports heiress made it known that she became more of a fan than she already was, being able to revel in memories she did not really understand when she was way younger.
Recalling how her childhood panned out, Jasmine noted that her dad made sure she and her siblings had a normal life. She shared that Michael was a regular dad who picked her up from school and was there during school activities.
Jasmine watched her dad take on the world, become one of the most renowned champions, and she got inspired by his success; but she dived away from the basketball realm.
As a youngster, Jasmine showed her athletic abilities in volleyball, dance, and flag football, but she never gave the greenlights to basketball. She once shared that she tried basketball but it was not it.
The 27-year-old who studied Sports Management at Syracuse University is making moves as one of the showrunners in her dad's empire. Jasmine works with the Jordan Brand athletes who play for the Charlotte Hornets.