LeBron James Son & Teammates Show Off Prom Dates … Looks Like They’re Team #NoBlackGirls!!

Media Take Out Staff |

LeBron James son Bronny and his basketball teammates decided to all go to prom together. Bronny’s friends were racially diverse, some White, some Black, and some mixed race.

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But the prom dates weren’t. Media Take Out learned that folks on social media are describing all of the women chosen as dates as “White girls.” And that is rubbing many the wrong way.

We’re all for people doing whatever they choose. What do you think?

Here’s video of Bronny and his teammates showing off their dates.

Bronny James, 18, is an American basketball player who attends Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California. A consensus five-star recruit, he was named a McDonald’s All-American as a senior in 2023, and is committed to play college basketball for the USC Trojans. James is the eldest child of professional basketball player LeBron James.

By 2015, Bronny (just 11 at the time) was receiving scholarship offers and letters of interest from college basketball programs, according to his father, who commented, “It should be a violation. You shouldn’t be recruiting 10-year-old kids.”

In 2016, ESPN reported that James held offers from Duke and Kentucky. Entering high school, analysts viewed him a high major NCAA Division I prospect. He first appeared in recruiting rankings before his sophomore season, and 247Sports and ESPN rated him a four-star recruit and a top-30 player in the 2023 class.

Early in his junior season, James fell to 52nd and 49th in rankings by 247Sports and ESPN respectively, and he dropped 31 spots to number 60 in rankings by Rivals in June 2022. In his senior season, he rose in rankings from each service. On January 17, 2023, the Los Angeles Times reported that James would decide between attending college at Ohio State, Oregon or USC.

On May 6, James announced his commitment to USC, with Ohio State being his other finalist.

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