Adrien Broner and his party of five smile for the cameras. The boxer and his family are the adorable bunch with style that is simply fresh.
All of Adrien’s sons are wearing Pollo shirts, while the athlete’s daughter is matching her father with a denim vest. Broner’s kids surround him with love as the photographer takes the picture.
Adrien, who is 24-years-old, does a lot with his kids when he’s not in the boxing ring. “I play basketball. I have fun with my kids; I rap,” says the athlete. “I do tons of things; I just try to have fun.”
Broner also tells the press that he’s not planning to force any of his children to follow in his footsteps when it comes to choosing a career. “I’m going to let them do what they want to do but most likely they’ll box too.”
At the present, Adrien is not doing much boxing. The three-time world champion was recently suspended from the ring because of racist comments he made during an interview after he defeated Carlos Molina this past Saturday (May 31). “I’m the Can man,” said the star. “I’m Afri-can, I just beat the f*** out of a Mexi-can.”
The World Boxing Council (WBC) responded to the offensive remark earlier this week with a statement on its website. “Adrien Broner , former WBC lightweight champion has offended many persons of the world with his words during the interview after the fight vs Molina,” the Council wrote. “Adrien Broner is hereby suspended from participating in any WBC sanctioned Championship and will be excluded from the WBC Ratings until the time he makes a public apology satisfactorily to the public of the world.”
Adrien began his career as a professional boxer in 2008. He has five kids in all.