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Bronny James Is Following In His Dad LeBron James' Footsteps — See Photo Evidence

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Source: Lebron James, Jr/Instagram; MEGA

Papa bear LeBron James and his wife, Savannah, were not playing around when reports claimed that their 16-year-old son, Bronny, had slid into Larsa Pippen’s DMs on Instagram.

The disturbed mother took to her Instagram Story to set the record straight and slammed trolls who were trash talking her son. “With everything going on in the world right now, this is the s**t y’all talking about.”

“At the end of the day y’all are talking about a minor. I don’t care what type of ‘celebrity’ y’all think he is, he’s a child and the bulls**t needs to stop,” she added. “Y’all got the right one.”

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Bronny is the oldest son of basketball legend LeBron. The teenager is following in his dad's footsteps and hopes to play in the NBA one day. Bronny currently plays ball at Sierra Canyon School, a private high school in Los Angeles, Calif., which is where Pippen’s son Scotty Jr. played when he was a kid.

The famous son reportedly received several scholarship offers to play college basketball at the age of 10.

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Bronny might be famous due to his father, but he’s developed quite a following of his own. The young James has amassed over 5.8 million followers on Instagram, and clearly, fans want to know about his future plans.

Scroll through the gallery below to get to know baller Bronny in five snaps.

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Bronny's real name is LeBron James Jr., but he goes by his nickname.

NBA star Dwayne Wade's son Zaire used to play on the same team as Bronny before he transferred schools.

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Bronny has two younger siblings — brother Bryce Maximus and sister Zhuri.

Bronny is often seen on social media dancing with his brother or his entire family.

The teen is an amazing basketball player, and he's hoping to make it into the NBA — just like his dad.

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