Michael Jordan’s divorce is set to cost him $168 million. Yes, you did read that correctly, Michael Jordan will be paying his ex wife, Juanita Vanoy, $168 million dollars to finalize the divorce.
In an interview that aired Friday on NBC’s “Today Show” Michael spoke about the divorce and his kids:
His eldest son, Jeff, who plays collegiate ball at the University of Illinois in Urbana, said the breakup was “hard for all of us” — including his younger brother Marcus and sister Jasmine.
His mom and I were on the same page when it came to that — our kids came first. We still communicate each and every day. Nothing’s being done with the kids that we don’t communicate. And we’re very good friends actually. And they can sense that,” said Jordan, who led the Chicago Bulls to six championships.
Jordan, in his first comments about the divorce, said he and his ex-wife were open with their children about their marital difficulties — a period he called “a trying and negative time.” [ READ MORE ]