On Sunday night, Game 2 of the NBA Finals continued in Colorado, where the Denver Nuggets lost their first home game of the playoffs against the Miami Heat. They looked to take a 2-0 series lead but came up short after falling from their double-digit advantage, with the final blow being Jamal Murray missing the game-tying three-point shot at the final buzzer.
The pair looked to have a good time, albeit shy in front of ESPN cameras, who panned to the two at a point during the game.
Lil Wayne is also a proud dad to three other children — a daughter and two sons: Reginae, Dwayne and Neal.
The 40-year-old father spent time with Kameron on Sunday, where the cameras caught matching smiles between the two, spawning immediate reactions on social media over the similarities between the father-son duo.
“Screamin at how bad Lil Wayne[‘s] son Kameron looks just like him. Why do they smile exactly the same like that,” one Twitter user wrote, adding laughing emojis.
Screamin at how bad Lil Wayne son Kameron looks just like him 😂😂
Why do they smile exactly the same like that 😭😂😂😂
— B*tchKnowLyse (@OhLyseDoIt) June 5, 2023
That’s definitely his son
— Armstrong (@arms_too) June 5, 2023
Damn his son stole his face
— BEN0HARRISoo7 (@BINONEEDITAll) June 5, 2023
Genes are crazy how they work 🥰
— iesha irene (@iesha_irene) June 5, 2023
Miami will host Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night, allowing the Nuggets an opportunity to take back home court while on the road. It may not be courtside, but basketball fans Lil Wayne and his son, Kameron, will surely be watching.