Does Bronny James Have A Secret TikTok Account? (Video)

Does Bronny James Have A Secret TikTok Account? (Video)

Bronny James is one of the most intriguing high school basketball players in the nation right now. Between his on-the-court prowess and his off-the-court status as the son of LeBron James, the 16-year-old inevitably seems to find himself in the headlines on a regular basis.

This week, Swish Daily published a video compilation entitled, “Bronny going wild on his secret TikTok account.” The video can be viewed below:

While it remains unclear where Swish Daily got these videos and if they did in fact come from a “secret TikTok account,” it is obvious that the clips showcase Bronny in a slightly different light.

TikTok content notwithstanding, Bronny has found himself in the news for some interesting stuff over the past few months.

First there was that whole Larsa Pippen fiasco. Then there were rumors of him getting grounded by LeBron for having a little too much fun while he was gone.

There was also some loose chatter of his possible involvement with an Instagram model, though that was never confirmed or proven.

All in all, Bronny is doing very well for himself these days.

On the court, the 16-year-old is a rising star for Sierra Canyon School’s basketball team. He is widely expected to be one of the most promising recruits in the nation.

Off the court, he is a content creator for esports team FaZe Clan and boasts nearly 6 million followers on Instagram.

Twitter jokes notwithstanding, Bronny is living his best life and has a promising future ahead of him. Plus, with a father like LeBron paving the way for him – you know the youngster is going to turn out fine.

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Carlos Garcia

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.

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