LeBron James and his wife, Savannah, are expressing their displeasure about rumors that are surrounding their son Bronny and Larsa Pippen.
There has been speculation that Larsa Pippen, the former wife of NBA champion Scottie Pippen, and Bronny had been exchanging messages.
Savannah James took to social media and made her thoughts quite clear.
“With everything going on in the world right now, THIS is the s–t y’all talking about….,” she writes. “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. Y’all got the right one.”
LeBron James shared his wife’s comments and added his own.
“Uh-oh y’all f–ked with the wrong one now!” LeBron James writes. “Good luck. It won’t be cute!”
News Outlet Report Stirs Up James and Family
Where did all of this start? Complex reports that a news outlet called Black Sports Online reported earlier that 16-year-old Bronny liked Pippen’s Instagram photos and slid in her DMs, a claim that does not appear to be true.
Pippen, 46, recently made headlines after she was spotted with NBA player Malik Beasley, which led to his wife Montana Yao filing for divorce.
According to the outlet, Bronny has responded by saying he was just liking her photos. Pippen also responded to the outlet on Twitter, slamming BSO for publishing “disgusting lies.”
“I’ll sue the f–k out of you for writing some disgusting lies you weirdo,” she wrote.
LeBron James Family Foundation Starts New Project
Meanwhile, the LeBron James Family Foundation is hard at work moving forward with House Three Thirty.
LeBron James calls this “the biggest project we’ll take on yet.” The plan is for it to be a groundbreaking space not only for the foundation’s members but the entire city of Akron, Ohio. House Three Thirty will contain a financial health space, sports complex, dining, retail, and event space.
Since starting the LeBron James Family Foundation in 2004, James and the team have had a significant impact on Akron’s community. However, James says that he always knows he can do more. “The work is never done. In fact, it’s just the beginning,” James says during a promotional video for House Three Thirty.
“It’s the biggest project we’ll take on yet,” says a representative in the video. “It’s our next step in redefining community.”
Since its launch, The LeBron James Family Foundation has offered support to the Akron community in a variety of ways including giving $280,000 worth of Samsung tablets to third-graders in 2013. After the donation, LeBron James said he was inspired to do more. “I had a notion, maybe we should start a school,” said James.