Bronny James and Shareef O’Neal, the sons of NBA superstars LeBron James and Shaquille O’Neal, were reportedly denied entry to Saweetie’s 30th birthday party, according to TMZ.
The exact reason behind their exclusion remains unknown at this time, leading to speculation that they may not have been invited in the first place.
Saweetie, whose real name is Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper, is a professional singer who gained fame in 2017. She recently received two nominations, including Best New Artist, at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards in 2021.
In recent news, Bronny was spotted on a date with model and TikTok influencer Malia Gee, fueling speculation about his personal life. Prior to that, he was seen with someone else towards the end of his high school year and attended prom with Peyton Gelfuso. While there is no official confirmation on Bronny’s current relationship status, the focus remains on his potential NBA career.
Bronny, who is considered a five-star prospect according to On3 Sports, possesses notable defensive skills. His abilities have drawn comparisons to players like Marcus Smart and Jrue Holiday. As he embarks on his NBA journey, the pressure and expectations will undoubtedly intensify with his father’s legacy serving as a constant point of reference.
As News Onyx previously reported, LeBron wants to play basketball with Bronny, who will play for USC in the fall.
In a mock 2024-2025 draft produced by ESPN that suggested that Bronny might get drafted to the Atlanta Hawks, LeBron, who currently is playing for the Los Angeles Lakers, has put up a $51,408,000 player option for e same season Bronny is more likely to get immediately drafted to follow him into the league.
The NIL Rankings, reported annually, determine the projected annual value of high school and college athletes by measuring student-athletes on their Brand Value Index and Roster Value Index.
Bronny has a net worth of $10 million and a NIL rating of $7.2 million.