- LeBron James' daughter, Zhuri, is the owner of a little house even though she's not even six years old yet
- As an early birthday gift, James built a playhouse for his daughter in his backyard and it's huge
- The proud dad posted a video of his gift on social media, which shows Zhuri exploring her new space
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LeBron James served up some major daddy goals with his early birthday gift to his daughter, Zhuri.
Zhuri is set to turn six years old soon and the legendary basketball player decided to built her a tiny house.
With a net worth of $480 million, James can afford to spoil his kids with extravagant gifts. He built Zhuri a playhouse in his backyard and shared a video of the soon-to-be six-year-old's reaction to her present.
Although it is labelled a playhouse, Zhuri's new crib is far from a normal one; in fact, it looks more like a tiny house.
The small structure is complete with a study room, windows, custom flooring and a fully equipped kitchen. Take a look at the video below:
The video gathered millions of views and social media users had a lot to say about the extravagant gift.
Twitter user, @JP_Padgett, commented:
"Imagine being that rich where you can get a life-sized doll size in the backyard that’s nicer than a regular person's house."
Another tweep, @benich0u, added:
"People got the audacity to say... Money doesn’t bring happiness!"
Social media user, @LaBeautyologist, wrote:
"My entire childhood I wanted a small house in the backyard for myself. Zhuri living the dream."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Lebron James inspired Lakers put up a remarkable show on Sunday night, October 11, as the Los Angeles based team defeated Miami Heat 106-93 in Game 6 of the NBA finals, as they win the best-of-seven series four games to two.
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The team has now won their 17th title of the competition to tie with Boston Celtics as teams with the most NBA titles in history.
The 'Showtime' are making an appearance in the finals for the first time since 2010 when late legend Kobe Bryant won his fifth NBA title.
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