Did LeBron James’ Son Bryce Take Diddy’s Daughter To Homecoming Dance?
Diddy’s twin daughters Jessie and D’Lila Combs, appear to have attended their homecoming dance with two athletes. One happens to be LeBron James’ son.
Bryce James, 16, posed for a homecoming dance photo with the twins and Junipero Serra High School sophomore quarterback Nicolas “Boogie” Johnson. From the looks of the photo, James and Johnson were Jessie and D’Lila’s dates for the night, the DailyMail.com reports.
The twins’ date night with the high school athletes is pretty on brand: Jessie and D’Lila are cheerleaders at Sierra Canyon. In August, Bryce announced his plans to transfer from Sierra Canyon in Los Angeles to Notre Dame High School located in Sherman Oaks, California.
LeBron’s youngest son received an offer from Ohio State University this last weekend after taking an unofficial visit to the school to meet with basketball coach Chris Holtmann, CBS Sports reports. He shared the scholarship offer in a tweet expressing how “blessed” he is to possibly play for the Buckeyes one day.
— Bryce James (@bryce_james23) October 7, 2023
The 6-foot-4 shooting guard and high school junior is currently a three-star prospect in the 247Sports 2025 recruiting rankings. He also has several NIL deals with major brands.
In addition to a scholarship offer from Ohio State, Bryce also has an offer from Pittsburgh’s Duquesne University in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Ohio State, located in Columbus, is less than two hours from St. Vincent-St. Mary in Cleveland, where LeBron James attended high school.
LeBron’s eldest son, Bronny, 18, also visited Ohio State last year before deciding to play college basketball at USC. Over the summer, Bronny shocked the sports community when he suffered a cardiac arrest during basketball practice in July.
After a stay in the hospital and testing, it was determined that Bronny has a congenital heart defect. The college freshman has since recovered and is waiting to return to the court.