Television personality La Vazquez-Anthony and her son Kiyan,4, were spotted heading to the movies at the Grove in LA yesterday.
Kiyan’s dad is NBA player Carmelo Anthony.
More pictures of the duo are below!
-Photo: Charlie Luciano/startraksphoto.com
HE LOOKS JUST CARMELO.
I bet whitelatina is a chola if she’s really Hispanic then she knows what it means
Kiyan is one of my fav BCK kids. For the first time, I’ve noticed that he’s growing out of that little boy look as others have said. He definitely looks more mature. I guess he’s four now, and he’s growing up right before our eyes.
He’s still such a cutie to me.
P.S. *wondering how long it will take for WhiteLatina to show up and comment on how “non-Latino” these two look*
I think Kiyan is so adorable!
Gosh, I thought my nephew was tall for 4. Kiyan has his dad’s height and also, a very mature look to him.
Kiyan has a tan. Where is that smile that melts my heart?
kiyan is a cutie but he’s pretty tall for four lol
Yep, he’s gonna be tall like his 6’8″ papa.
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Lala and Carmelo make cute kids..I think they should have one more baby!
I remember her saying somewhere that her pregnancy with Kiyan was so painful and filled with complications that she will never have another child. You never know though.
Oh wow..that is awful. I honestly didn’t know that. Too bad but at least she had a one.
He is cute but looks diff…
@Seriously, yeah, I was thinking the same thing.
FYI. You’re missing an extra “La” in this post. You have “La” instead of “LaLa”.
I’m not sure if BCK did that on purpose or not, but I’ve noticed that some people do call her “La” like some call Melo, “Mel.” Just saying.
He is sooo handosme and tall!
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