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Michael Jordan's grown up daughter flaunts her figure in red swimsuit

Rebelander Basilan
May 28, 2018
01:46 A.M.
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Of Michael Jordan being one of the best athletes in the world is not up for discussion. During his reign, this gifted sportsman became a household name in many parts of the world. His tenure ended but that only brought to the fore the people who pushed him to his best – his family – and among them, daughter Jasmine Jordan.

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Michael Jordan is not only one of the greatest sportsman basketball has ever known, but he is also a father and husband. His family as he has made it be known, is important to him. One of his three children, Jasmine Jordan who is a product of his marriage to ex-wife Juanita Vanoy, is all grown and determined to make a name for herself.

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Speaking to Charlotte Five, she expressed pride in her association with her dad. “I include that on my social media pages because I’m proud to be his daughter. It is a part of who I am. For me, it’s merely a conversation piece. I put it out in the forefront from the beginning so people can ask their questions or share their favorite stories of my dad with me and then we continue the conversation or business as usual.”

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Jasmine is as beautiful as she is fashionable. She studied a degree in Sports Management from Syracuse University so that she could take on sports from a different angle. As the brand representative at NBA Charlotte Hornets, the youngster is sure following her dream.

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“Fashion, like basketball, allows people to be viewed as icons in their field. To be viewed as a fashion icon or trend setter is an accomplishment many hope to achieve. it’s like winning the NBA Championship or league MVP. They may appear to be two different fields but as they continue to evolve; the connection is more evident.”

That aside, Jasmine launched her first feminine sneakers; the Air Jordan "Heiress" XI. at this rate, the sky is the limit.

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