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Bet You Didn't Know Shaq's Son, Myles O'Neal, Is A Runway Model

He apparently only recently started modeling.

Shaquille O’Neal’s son Myles doesn’t ball, but he does know how to work a runway.

On Monday, Myles walked in the Descendant of Thieves spring 2018 presentation in New York City.

O'Neal walking in a New York Fashion Week, Men's show. 
O'Neal walking in a New York Fashion Week, Men's show. 
The presentation took place at Dune Studios in NYC. 
The presentation took place at Dune Studios in NYC. 
All of the models who walked in the Descendant of Thieves show: Myles can be seen at the back right.
All of the models who walked in the Descendant of Thieves show: Myles can be seen at the back right.

O’Neal made his runway debut in Dolce & Gabbana’s Men’s Spring/Summer 2018 fashion shows in Milan, according to W magazine.

Brandon Thomas Lee, the son of Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson, also walked in the show, alongside Hillary Clinton’s nephew, Tyler Clinton.

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A post shared by Myles B O'Neal (@mylesboneal) on

There’s a lot of celebrity spawn walking the runway these days, from Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid to Steve Harvey’s ridiculously good-looking family. The concept of celebrity kids becoming models is so popular, Lifetime is launching a reality series called “Growing Up Supermodel.”

Myles doesn’t appear on the show. But from the looks of his Instagram, he’s already got this fashion thing down:

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