Michael Jordan’s name will forever be revered in the history of basketball. Many players trying to make it in the game always see him as an inspiration and try to match his exploits, proving hard to do. The former basketball star famous for his scintillating displays and six N.B.A.
Championship wins with the Chicago Bulls is regarded as the Greatest of All Time in basketball. Not many people argue with this and certainly not Michael’s daughter, Jasmine Jordan, who recently shared a picture of herself in which she confirmed her father as the G.O.A.T.
The snapshot showed Jasmine in a white printed T-shirt with her father’s smiling face. The word “The GOAT” was written on the T-shirt. Jasmine posed by making a peace sign with one hand and holding the camera with the other. She rocked long black hair and big transparent glasses. She also accessorized her look with a gold necklace. The beautiful diva captioned her post with the emojis, “✌🏾•❤️•🐐.”Many of Jasmine’s fans loved her look and T-shirt. They also agreed with her on who the G.O.A.T. is. One fan said both Jasmine and her T-shirt are flaming hot.
Another fan agreed Michael is the G.O.A.T. and said Jasmine’s T-shirt is nice. A third fan said there was no lie on the T-shirt, while a fourth person also remarked, “Legendary status with the🐐 shirt. “Finally, one of Jasmine’s followers drooled over her glasses while another one hailed her T-shirt. Jasmine is her father’s oldest daughter. Michael shares her and her two older brothers Jeffrey and Marcus, with her mom Juanita Vanoy. He also shares twin daughters Victoria and Ysabel with his wife, Yvette Prieto. Jasmine did not follow in her father’s footsteps and become a basketballer. Instead, she is making moves off the court and is super involved in his Jordan brand.
She also made Michael a grandfather for the first time when she and her fiancé Rakeem Christmas welcomed a son in 2019. Jasmine and Christmas got engaged in 2018. The couple is set to tie the knot as she hosted a spectacular bridal shower earlier this year. Jasmine is ever so proud of her dad. Following the release of ESPN’s docuseries, “The Last Dance,” which chronicled Michael’s last season with the Chicago Bulls. She weighed in on the series and described what it felt like relieving his legacy.