Lebron James & Wife Savannah Dance in Family Tik Tok Video with Their Kids
LeBron James shared a new Tik Tok video featuring his family-of-five dancing to Drake's "Toosie Slide" while in quarantine.
Since the public began staying home due to the Coronavirus, many have turned to Tik Tok to bide their time. A host of celebrities have joined the bandwagon taking up the challenge of making choreographed dance videos with their families using the app.
The clip featured LeBron’s wife, Savannah James, their only daughter, Zhuri, 5, and their two sons, LeBron “Bronny” Jr, 16, and Bryce Maximum, 13. The family-of-five seemed to have mastered the routine as they impressed with their synchronized dance that culminated with the famous slide step.
The family moment was just what fans needed during this health crisis. It comes weeks after LeBron shared another adorable Tik Tok video of his family.
LeBron’s towered over his family standing at the back but drew attention to his attention to detail and expert execution. Meanwhile, Zhuri took it a notch further by landing a split at the start of the clip.
The family moment was just what fans needed during this health crisis. It comes weeks after LeBron shared another adorable Tik Tok video of his family. The clip showed the NBA star leading his “James Gang” in a series of solo performances to the tune of Wiz Khalifa’s “Something New.”
Apart from chronicling his family’s Tik Tok videos, LeBron has also been busy going on video calls with friends and business associates. He has yet to respond to his NBA colleague, Ray Allen’s hairline challenge.
A few days back Ray challenged his balding friends, LeBron and Shaquille O’Neal, among others, to grow their hair during the quarantine period. Ray took the lead by sharing a photo of his hairline and hoped others would follow suit.
It's unclear if LeBron is taking up the challenge. His hair in his Tik Tok video isn’t visible since he stands at the back. But his beard has evidently grown a lot.
LeBron has been home since the NBA suspended its games due to the Coronavirus. Several players had tested positive for the virus including Utah Jazz's Rudy Gobert who was the first player in the league to confirm the diagnosis. There were also several players from LeBron's team, the Los Angeles Lakers who tested positive but they were unnamed.
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