Why Bronny Is MIA Since LeBron James’ Return Home

Why Bronny Is MIA Since LeBron James’ Return Home

Bronny James has not been seen or heard from online since his father, LeBron James, returned home from the NBA Bubble.

You will recall, Bronny was involved in some shenanigans while LeBron was busy leading the Los Angeles Lakers to their 17th championship in franchise history. There was that whole weed thing. Plus, the less dramatic TikTok situation which for some reason became a big deal.


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Most people figured that a reckoning was inevitable when LeBron got home, but nobody anticipated it would happen this quickly.

The first sign that something had gone awry for young Bronny was when he no-showed on a Twitch streaming session with Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

Since then, Bronny has been completely radio silent on social media. He is totally MIA.

Naturally, Twitter had some reactions to this.

Unfortunately, we may never truly find out for certain if Bronny got grounded or not when LeBron returned. But based on the information at hand right now, it’s difficult to come to any other conclusion.

Even if Bronny is in a little trouble at the moment, he’s still living his best life. He is currently a rising star on Sierra Canyon School’s basketball team and a content creator for esports team FaZe Clan. At age 16, he already has 5.8 million followers on Instagram and the eyes of the world on him at all times.

So long as he keeps his head up and doesn’t get distracted by nonsense, Bronny has a bright future ahead of him no matter what.

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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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