Congratulations are in order for LeBron James‘ youngest child Zhuri Nova as she prepares to head to kindergarten.
The 5-year-old is known for stealing the shine in family TikToks with her high-energy delivery of any and every dance move. But even without music and moves, the youngest of the James gang has fans blown away after realizing she’s only a preschool graduate.
For most it’s hard to believe Zhuri is as young as she is after seeing her hang with older brothers Bronny and Bryce.
Savannah James’ followers on social peeped the colorful celebratory photo of Zhuri’s pre-K promotion bash and peppered the comments with congratulations and shock.
“Awww I thought she was in grad school already, as grown as she be acting. Congrats lil mama,” commented “Insecure” actress Yvonne Oriji.
“Awe Zhuri that’s all. This child been here before I swear she older 💕💕💕💕”
“I thought she was in like 2nd grade or 1st,” and “FR BRUH I WAS LIKE WTF KINDERGARTEN,” wrote others.
“Huh lol I thought little baby was in 3rd grade lol her energy is everything!!!”
“All this for a Pre-K graduation… they need to adopt me ASAP,” jokingly wrote another.
The Jameses spare no expense when it comes to the princess of the family. With both of her older brothers busy with basketball like their superstar father, Zhuri has begun to pave her own lane.
Last Christmas she, along with the assistance of her parents and a production crew, launched her YouTube channel, “All Things Zhuri.” From baking with chefs, trying out yoga, hanging with her dad, or even getting her hair styled by her mother, the little one has been busy.
Clearly, Zhuri has more going on than most children her age, but it appears she has influence over her father’s decisions both on and off the court.
Following the death of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna Bryant, James opted to pay homage to the budding teen basketball player at the All-Star Game.
“They asked me which number did I want to wear, the 24 [for Kobe] or 2 [for Gianna] for my team, and I picked 2,” said James to ESPN of the call he received from the league. What influenced his decision can be summed up in one word: