LeBron James' Mom is Dating a Miami Rapper Named Lambo

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It must be hard to date when you're son is one of the world's biggest athletes, but Gloria James, LeBron's mom, has apparently found love in a little known local rapper named Lambo who is just three years older than her son.

Lambo has been posting pictures with Gloria on his various Instagram accounts since September 2012, and has often referred to her as "wifey." Despite this, Lambo is such a little known entity that no one really noticed until this week.

LeBron seems to approve of the relationship, because there's multiple pics of the two together.

Lambo just has one song out. It's a cherry little ditty about revenge gang killings called "Attitude."

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