Shaunie O'Neal's grown son, Myles was all about style and poise on social media as he flaunted his sense of style in a classy outfit and an exotic ride.
Shaunie O'Neal's son, Myles, is a style connoisseur whose fashion stays top-notch as he confirms it from time to time with eye-catching snapshots.
In his new Instagram post, Myles channeled the classic man in him as he rocked chic outfits while he posed outdoors to the delight of his followers.
Shaunie O'Neal and Shaquille O'Neal celebrate Shareef O'Neal's 18th birthday party at West Coast Customs on January 13, 2018. | Photo: Getty Images
In the first photo, Myles, 23, rocked an impeccable white polo shirt and a pair of colorful pants as he sat lounging in a vintage yellow ride. The youngster flaunted his stylish arm tattoos while he wore his blonde hair in braids.
Myles, who presented a stern look, had his white face mask hanging from one ear while he accessorized with colorful beads. The second photo gave fans a clearer view of his outfit as he laid on the hood of his bright yellow ride.
Here, the 23-year-old had his face mask on both ears while he left it just below his mouth. Myles' swanky footies came in a mainstream style with different colors of shoelaces. He wittingly captioned:
Myles' fans trooped to the timeline with admiration and approval for his upscale fashion as they gushed over him with pleasing emojis.
Myles, who is the oldest child of Shaunie, has been showing his fashion expertise for a while through the platforms of top designers like Dolce & Gabbana.
In 2017, he made quite an impression when he walked the New York Fashion Week runway with other fashion youngsters like Dylan Brosnan, Pierce Brosnan's son, and Tyler Clinton, Bill and Hillary Clinton's nephew.
While Myles keeps thriving in the fashion world, his siblings are equally proving their worth in basketball. Despite their various milestones, the O'Neal brood know when to fall back to their parents.
This is the point their legendary dad, Shaquille, steps in. He took up his fatherly duties during the security unrest following George Floyd's death. In a virtual appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live", Shaq made it known that he always had "the talk" with his sons.
The basketball icon noted that he always emphasized that his kids should comply with the police. Shaq also makes sure that they remain respectful, and if things get out of hand, they should contact him.
While Shaq ruled the world of basketball in his time, these days, he is more into entertainment as he shows his Hollywood streak from time to time.
However, family time is golden for the sports star and he showed this by spending the pandemic lockdown with his brood. The 7ft1 Hall of Famer also flaunts his picture-perfect family on social media.