Michael Jordan’s Daughter Proves White Color Suits Her Posing in Snow-Tone Blouse & Ripped Jeans before Her Wedding
Jasmine Jordan, daughter of Michael Jordan, loves fashion, and she recently posted a picture of her posing in a Snow-tone blouse and ripped jeans, proving that white color fits her.
Jasmine may not have followed in her father's footsteps to play basketball, but she continues to identify with the Jordan brand building a stellar career behind the scenes.
The sports management graduate is a lover of social media and often shares her pictures on her Instagram page. Jasmine recently shared a picture of her posing in a snow-tone blouse and ripped jeans.
The picture which she posted before her wedding only proves that the white color fits her beautifully. In the picture, Jasmine wore red-colored lipstick as well as a necklace and earrings.
With a part of her black hair resting on her shoulder, she leaned back towards the blue-colored door with a smile. The post, captioned: "EveryNow&Again" had her fans gushing over the soon-to-wed manager. One special comment however came from Karl Malone's wife, Kay Kinsey.
The 28-year-old Syracuse University alumna who had to google her dad at some point in her life is set to get married to her fiancé and former Syracuse basketball star Rakeem Christmas.
The documentary featured some of the game's best players at the time except Karl Malone.
The pair, who have been dating for a long time, welcomed their first child together in 2019. The arrival of baby Rakeem Michael Christmas added a new achievement to her father's already impressive resume as he became a grandpa for the first time.
Michael Jordan got married to Juanita Vanoy in 1989 at the famous Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, and although Michael has five children from his two wives, Michael Christmas is his first grandchild.
Michael is widely regarded as the NBA's all-time greatest player with six titles won with the Chicago Bulls, the last of which birthed the Netflix documentary, "The Last Dance."
The documentary featured some of the game's best players at the time except Karl Malone, who declined to feature multiple times because he wanted no part of it.
The pair had a difficult relationship during their playing days, and although Malone did not feature in the documentary, he did not mince words about Michael in a 2019 interview.
In a YouTube interview, the former Utah Jazz player refused to talk about the Game 6 Finals where Michael stole the ball from him.
Jasmine may not have followed in her father's footsteps as a basketball player, but she has certainly made him a proud father, and if her recent picture is anything to go by, he will be an even prouder father at her wedding.