It appears that none of Michael Jordan’s five children possessed the GOAT gene. The legendary player for the Chicago Bulls is regarded as the best player in history, yet he didn’t pass those traits on to his offspring.
Jordan’s children would have had the opportunity to benefit greatly from the privilege of being nurtured by one of the greatest NBA players. Only his first three children saw how good their father was on the court when Jordan retired in 2003. The Bulls’ heyday in the 1990s was seen by Jeffrey, Marcus, and Jasmine Jordan. Victoria and Ysabel, MJ’s two youngest kids, are still little and were left out.
Jordan’s twins were conceived following his 2013 nuptials to Yvette Prieto. She gave birth to Victoria and Ysabel a year later.
Both of the twins are 8 years old. Little information about Ysabel is made public, much like how her twin sister is reared. Michael and Prieto are both well-known celebrities in their own fields. It seems sense that they are keeping their children out of the spotlight. It probably isn’t easy being the daughter of a supermodel and an NBA icon.
Ysabel still has a very long time to choose her professional objectives. She could be the first basketball player/supermodel in the Jordan family. The future?
Compared to their father, Michael Jordan’s kids undertook a different route
When he won several championships with the Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan rose to fame. His family has frequently been in the public eye due to his degree of popularity.
Three have chosen to work in business.
After college, Jeffrey Jordan enrolled in the management training programme at Nike Inc. He co-founded the Chicago-based consultancy firm Jordan Avakian Group in 2020.
Marcus, MJ’s second son, also pursued a career in business. He founded Trophy Room, a high-end shoe boutique, in May 2016. But in 2019, he shut down the physical location and switched to an internet company. As seen by clients like DJ Khaled, an accomplished musician, his company appears to be doing well.
Jasmine, Jordan’s eldest child, also works in business. She is employed by Jordan Brand and Nike. She also acts as a spokesperson for several Charlotte Hornets players and is an important part of Jordan Brand’s WNBA representation.
There is still a long road ahead of his twin daughters Victoria and Ysabel.