There has been no shortage of A-list celebrities showing up to support Drake and 21 S*vage on their “It’s All A Blur” tour.
Not only that, but when the 6 God brought out a new duet to perform with him, the Los Angeles crowd went completely nuts. The OVO tycoon was led down the stairs and between the rows of cheering spectators by none other than the Lakers’ LeBron James and his son Bronny. In addition, he stopped on the way to sign a fan’s copy of his poetry collection. You can only imagine the charged atmosphere created by the presence of these two industry giants.
Moreover, it appears that the NBA player and his family have a deep appreciation for live music. If Drake and 21 Savage’s show is more mood-mixing than the Brent Faiyaz show where LeBron James was just seen having a vibey and chilled-out time, then I can only imagine what it’s like to be at their show. After all, the 36-year-old’s repertoire features just as many smooth tunes as it does hard hits. This, if nothing else, adds another brick to the lengthy wall of these two’s history as reliable allies and lifelong friends.
And Drake still cheers on Bronny as he pursues a professional basketball career. In 2020, he accompanied LeBron to a game to watch his kid play on the court, and the three of them had a great time. After this latest stop on the “It’s All A Blur” tour, we can only speculate about who else might make an appearance. A new moniker, antics, or an announcement at each show seems to set the internet on fire.
Meanwhile, it’s fascinating to observe how the two’s careers have taken parallel courses. Both are at the pinnacle of their fields, drawing an equal number of detractors and admirers. Both of these businesses are located in areas where they should be closing up shop shortly, but they don’t appear to be doing so. There’s no reason not to anticipate their future endeavors with fervor, especially with the presence of a young star of Bronny’s caliber. Keep watching HNHH for the newest information on LeBron James and Drake.