Magic Johnson celebrated the 10th birthday of his granddaughter Gigi over the weekend and made sure to share photos from their simple family celebration.
Magic Johnson's eldest son, Andre, has two children with Lisa Meyers named Gigi and Avery. Although he rarely shares information about his family to the public unlike his other siblings EJ and Lisa, Magic makes sure to update their fans about special moments in their lives. This time, it was to celebrate his granddaughter's 10th birthday party with the rest of their family.
Taking to Instagram, Magic greeted Gigi a happy birthday, saying that he is excited to spend many more birthdays with her. In the photos, Gigi could be seen smiling for a photo with her parents, grandparents, and aunts. In the second photo, she could be seen blowing an adorable purple cake while she is surrounded by her mom and closest friends.
As for the theme of the birthday party, everyone seems to have been told to dress in black, as this is what their entire family was wearing for the occasion. To add a pop of color, the party decorations were all in shades of silver, blue, purple, and white.
Due to Andre shying away from the spotlight, the only way fans can see updates about their family is through their Instagram accounts. There, they sometimes show the different ways they spend time as a family, which sometimes includes watching their favorite sports teams like the LA Dodgers.
In August, they attended the Dodgers vs. Brewers game at the Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles wherein the simple yet happy family sported matching outfits with the logo of their favorite baseball team.
Aside from sharing some snaps of them at the game, Johnson also threw it back a bit by posting the time he and his son Avery were featured on the Dodgers big screen. While one might think the Johnsons would rather watch the NBA, it seems they have another favorite sport that they love to watch.
In the rare times that Andre and his family are seen on social media, they always show just how family family-oriented they all are, and how much they truly love and care for one another. At the end of the day, that is all that really matters.