NY Knicks player Carmelo Anthony and son Kiyan Anthony,4, spent some quality time together at Planet Hollywood Times Square on June 1, 2011 in New York City.
Check out more pictures of the duo below!
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Kiyan, where’s your ball? Haha
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Kiyan seems to get even cuter every time I see him!
Awww, Kiyan is a cute boy, not to be messy or anything but didn’t Carmelo and Lala get married, why doesn’t he have on his ring.
He’s kinda cute, I like how Lala keeps his wooly hair short he reminds me of my nephew in Loiza, Puerto Rico.
Was the qualifier really necessary?
Kiyan is a dollface, one of the cutest kids on this site.
Wow….How 1800s of you?
Their both r so cute father and son
Kiyan! one of my fave bckids. such a handsome little boy. meanwhile who is ole dude sitting next to him and his dad? hey boo lol!
Lol Yess That Is Lala’s Lil Brother.
His name is Christian “Diego Cash” Vasquez. He’s an ATL rapper. He’s a cutie for sure.
I know right!! Can we please see some more of him??
Both are handsome.org! Luv it…
How cute. They have a beautiful lil boy.
He is such a gorgeous little boy!
Awww..so precious. I especially love the last picture with Kiyan smile..made me melt.
Me too, Sherley, I just love me some Kiyan. There is something about him that just makes you melt.
Yes, yes, yes girl! His parents seem to spend a lot of quality time with him. Very nice!
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