'Just like his daddy': LeBron James's son Bronny trolled for allegedly dating Peyton Gelfuso

Bronny's girlfriend is reportedly named Peyton Gelfuso and has been spotted attending his games and going on dates with him several times


                            'Just like his daddy': LeBron James's son Bronny trolled for allegedly dating Peyton Gelfuso
Bronny James and father LeBron James at a tournament at Footprint Center on December 11, 2021, in Phoenix, Arizona. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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Bronny James was harangued on social media after claims emerged that the eldest child of NBA star LeBron James may be dating a white girl, there sparking an interest in his private life.

The WAGs Unfiltered's Instagram account shared a series of photos on Friday, February 11, on Instagram that showed Bronny -- whose real name is LeBron Raymone James Jr -- posing with his rumored girlfriend. She is reportedly named Peyton Gelfuso and has been spotted attending his games and going on dates with him several times, AceShowbiz reported.

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Critics on Instagram were quick to pounce on the news, with some claiming Bronny is "just like his daddy," after LeBron has been rumored to have an affair with a white female. "Like father like son LMAO, I can 100% guarantee LeBron approves," one of the critics wrote.

"She looks like his dad's side chick," another claimed, while someone said they were not surprised by Bronny's preference, writing, "People have to realize that people date within their environment. He's around a lot of white girls so it was expected."

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"Being raised by beautiful black parents with black siblings but let me go get a white girl… chile," another remarked. "How can you be raised by a woman as beautiful and BLACK as Savanah and not want a black woman? Ugh. I would be so disappointed."

Meanwhile, there were a few who came to Bronny's defense. "It's sad to see black womEn under here upset about a child's decision on who he dates. Lmaoo y'all are giving the girls pressed and it's absolutely embarrassing," one wrote, slamming the critics. Meanwhile, another offered their support to the 17-year-old athlete, writing, "He's still young! Have fun, sir."

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Bronny was previously linked to Peyton in September 2020 after a video of theirs looking gleefully comfortable went viral. At the time, she was reported to be a TikTok aficionado that goes by the name “itspeytonbabyy." That said, LeBron Raymone James Jr has been mired in rumors over his love life time and again. Your Tango previously reported that James was rumored to be dating Amara Wayans who is an influencer, model, and best known as the daughter of actor Damon Wayans, Jr. and granddaughter of Damon Wayans. James added more fuel to rumors that he was dating Wayans when he shared her photo on his Instagram story as reported by Talk Basket. In the photo, Amara Wayans was seen in a mini black dress with a denim jacket and white sneakers as she posted it to her personal profile as well. However, neither ever confirmed the rumors about them dating.

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 Bronny James #0 and head coach Andre Chevalier of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers look on during the Hoophall West tournament against the Perry Pumas at Footprint Center on December 11, 2021, in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

 

Meanwhile, Bronny's father LeBron has been married to his high school sweetheart Savannah Brinson since 2013. The couple shares three children, including Bronny. However, the NBA Legend has also been secretly romantically linked to a white girl. Sofia Jamora, his rumored side chick, recently pushed back at WAGs Unfiltered for floating their affair rumors again despite her previous denial, AceShowbiz reported.

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