Bryce James attended a high school homecoming dance this week.
As one of the premiere young basketball recruits in the nation he is no stranger to being in the headlines, but generally it is for his hoops skills.
This week was different, though. Much in the same way Bryce’s older brother, Bronny, constantly lands in the news cycle over who he is currently dating, the same thing happened here.
In this particular case, fans at home were fascinated to see who Bryce was going to homecoming with.
Bryce James went to Homecoming ‘23 with Diddy’s twin daughters. pic.twitter.com/wx7Gv68nfG
— Bronupdates (@Bronupdates) October 2, 2023
To see LeBron James’ kids and P. Diddy’s kids link up in this fashion is wild.
Fans at home had some strong reactions.
easy 2 man
— JorFraud 🌎☄️💕 (@cantguardbron) October 2, 2023
— Nicole dismuke (@Nicoledismuke24) October 2, 2023
— jk32345 (@jk32345) October 2, 2023
Bro fumbled just to satisfy the matriarchal black community ,I’m sure they are bad snowbunnies at his school
— teman (@temannm) October 2, 2023
Homecoming aside, this has been a busy week for Bryce. He took his first major college visit this past weekend and rumors are already running rampant regarding what role that will play in his future decision-making.
Beyond that, Bryce is also trying to get acclimated to a new school after transferring twice over the span of just a few months. He went from Sierra Canyon to Campbell Hall in Studio City, California, and then from there to Notre Dame in Sherman Oaks, California.
A UCLA cheerleader’s wild photos went viral after the Washington State win:https://t.co/qRnIrlf79X
— Game 7 (@game7__) October 9, 2023
To make matters even tougher, every move the youngster makes falls under intense media scrutiny.
What will Bryce ultimately find himself going viral for next? Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.