LeBron James is one of the most popular people in the world at the moment. His fame stretches well beyond basketball and even people that aren't fans of the sport know exactly who LeBron is. He has diversified his interests outside of basketball a lot and understandably, this has garnered him a massive following on social media. By extension, the same is true for his son Bronny James who is in high school.
Unfortunately, having reach like that makes LeBron's son a prime target for people who want to hack into celebrity accounts to get access to a large number of people. And that's exactly what happened after the All-Star game as Bronny found his Instagram account hacked. LeBron shared an initial message about it, calling the people who did it, weirdos, while reposting Bronny's story.
The matter was clarified even further after a while, with the identity of the hacker found. LeBron posted on his story again, sharing the person's account who allegedly hacked Bronny to ask people for their information. The King shared it with a message encouraging people to protect themselves.
"This is who hacked Bronny's page! Protect yourself, folks! Real weirdos out here."
So far, there has been no update if the hacker managed to dup anyone out of their information while pretending to be Bronny James. Most people would know to avoid messages like that since people that live the sort of life Bronny James and his father do, wouldn't spend time online asking others for their information out of the blue.
It's unlikely to sour James' mood too much either, the King was in fine form during All-Star Weekend in Cleveland. He hit the game-winning shot and was seen having a blast with all the legends and All-Stars that had gathered to celebrate the NBA's 75th Anniversary team. With all this behind him, LeBron will now enjoy his brief break before starting the monumental task of turning around the Lakers' season.