LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Bronny James, LeBron James' son, was subjected to terrible racial slurs and attacks following his recent prom date. The 18-year-old went to his high school prom with his rumored girlfriend, Peyton Gelfuso. Following the incident, Adin Ross, the controversial Kick streamer, has come forward in support of Bronny. He slammed those who racially attacked Bronny and Peyton and asked them to leave Bronny alone.
Bronny is a senior at Sierra Canyon School, while Peyton graduated from high school last year and is now a student at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Peyton has also received her share of mocking on the Internet after she went to prom with Bronny.
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'Get some f**king help'
Bronny received flak online for selecting a White woman as his prom date. Racist and rude comments took the Internet by storm, and Ross also commented on the incident. A user took to Twitter saying, "Adin Ross shares his thoughts on people being disappointed at Bronny James for being a “HOF Milk Man.”"
Ross seemed to be on Bronny's side, protecting him against the trolls in a recent video. Ross said in the clip, “Let Bronny be who he wants to be with. It’s his life. All these f**king bots bro. These weird grown f**king people with their own lives. You guys need to get some f**king help. Y’all are part of the f**king problem bro.” This is the second time Bronny and Peyton have been subjected to such atrocious messages. However, Bronny's parents, LeBron and Savannah, appear to have been quite pleased about their eldest son attending his senior prom.
'Gotta end the race war'
Many of Ross's followers also came forward to support Bronny. A Twitter user wrote, "Gotta end the race war." Another exclaimed, "If it was a black girl with a white guy they would clapping."
A Twitter user also shared the duo's picture, captioning it as, "Bronny James and his date for Prom 2023."
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