Lebron and Savannah James celebrated their fifth-anniversary last night and Lebron did just what you would expect a man with everything would do. The Lakers player called on R&B crooner Daniel Caesar to play his wife a private performance “Best Part” in their living room. In the video below you can see Savannah vibing out along with her family as Daniel is seated singing his sweet, sweet tune.
“He is truly a king to his queen, if you will,” Savannah previously stated her husband. “He treats me with so much respect — I mean, it’s hard to not love him, with the way that he is with me and the kids and his mom and just everyone who’s around him. He’s a really, really humble guy for everything that he has and everything that he’s done.”
The couple has been married for five years, but have been together years longer since meeting in high school. They share three children together and currently reside in Los Angeles.
Last year DMX was hit with 14 counts tax evasion where he was looking at 40 years behind bars for allegedly hiding out $1.7 million as a way to avoid paying federal taxes. New documents TMZsay the U.S. District Attorney’s Office is recommending the rapper serves five years in prison when he’s sentenced next week.
The publication says prosecutors are urging the judge to “send the message” to the “Party Up” rapper that “star power doesn’t entitle someone to a free pass.”
After X dodged the 40-year sentence from his first trial he was later sent to jail for failing a drug test and now prosecutors want to make sure he’s learned from his mistakes.
At the beginning the year, DMX was caught at an airport bar slamming back shots when he was supposed to be traveling with a sober coach.
“You won’t know what God is willing to do for you until you’re in a situation where you need him to do it for you,” he said in a video. “So I praise God for these difficult situations. Because it’s in these situation that I’m aware what God is willing to do for me. I know what God is capable doing but I won’t know what he’s willing to do for me until I need him to do it for me.”