Three-time NBA champion LeBron James and his family have spent their home quarantine time making TikTok videos showing off their awesome dance moves. On April 9, they returned with a new family TikTok video, dancing to the song “Toosie Slide” by Drake.
In the video, LeBron, his wife Savannah and his sons 15-year-old Bronny and 12-year-old Bryce James all line up in the background. LeBron’s youngest child, 5-year-old Zhuri James stands in front and leads the family through the choreography.
LeBron James captioned the video: “Can’t let this one slide! 🤷🏾♂️😉. #JamesGang👑 #Toosieslide @champagnepapi.” In the comments, SportsCenter’s response was: “James family is undefeated 🤣.” Bleacher Report wrote: “Amazing 😂.” However, it was young Zhuri who received most of the attention. Score Media praised Zhuri, saying: “Zhuri is the real star.” LeBron’s Los Angeles Lakers teammate Kyle Kuzma also made a comment celebrating Zhuri, writing: “You can tell this was Z’s idea. She’s going crazy 🤣🤣🤣.” One tweet in response to the video hilariously read: “It’s Zhuri & the Zhurettes at this point.”
LeBron James’ adorable daughter Zhuri is indeed well known for stealing the show when it comes to the James family TikTok videos. Zhuri also has her own YouTube channel, ‘All Things Zhuri’, where she partakes in various activities alongside her family. She even featured her famous father on an episode where they baked snacks together.
Aside from getting shown up by his daughter on TikTok, LeBron James has spent his time in quarantine doing various activities with his family, such as; playing cards and video games with his wife and sons, having tea parties with Zhuri, and of course training in his home gym as he waits for the NBA season to (hopefully) resume. The NBA indefinitely suspended its season on March 11, 2020 due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. In a recent interview, James admitted it would be difficult for him to accept it if the NBA season did not resume, saying: “I don’t know if I will be able to have any closure.” However, James mentioned that he would still look back on the season with pride.
“Everything that we’ve been going through this season, just the ups and downs — not only on the floor, but off the floor; everything that we’ve had to endure as the Laker faithful and us as players and the coaching staff and the organization, it’s been so much,” said James. “So, closure? No. But to be proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish to this point, I’ll be able to look back and be like, ‘OK, we did something special in that small period of time.'”