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LeBron James’ son Bronny James had a tough night out in Hollywood. A nightclub denied entry for the future USC Trojans basketball player, according to TMZ Sports.

Bronny wasn’t the only son of a former NBA star to be denied entry, either. As it turns out, Shareef O’Neal, the son of the great Shaquille O’Neal, was also not allowed in. The duo wanted to attend a birthday party held for popular recording artist Saweetie.

“A couple of Nepo babies just got a taste of the limits of family fame … because Bronny James and Shareef O’Neal were unceremoniously rejected from a hot Hollywood party. Bronny, who’s about to play at USC, and his pal Shareef showed up at Poppy Monday night for Saweetie’s birthday bash. You’d think they’d be a shoo-in given their famous fathers — LeBron and Shaq, but it was embarrassingly not the case,” TMZ wrote.

Unsurprisingly, the publication revealed that the two were denied because of their age. It’s an unfortunate moment for the soon-to-be USC star, but not one that will probably hang too heavily over him. He probably isn’t the first to be denied entry to a nightclub, nor will he likely be the last.

Still, a brutal night in Hollywood for Bronny James. Hopefully, he eventually found something to do around town.

[TMZ Sports]

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