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Teen Mom's Javi Marroquin praised as 'the best dad' after sharing video of son Lincoln, 8, crying over Christmas gift

TEEN Mom fans praised Javi Marroquin as “the best dad” ever after he shared a video of his son Lincoln crying over his Christmas gift.

Kailyn Lowry’s ex surprised their eight-year-old with courtside seats to see his favorite basketball team, the Philadelphia 76ers.


The basketball-loving father-son duo enjoyed a fun night out together to watch a game, up close and personal.

“It’s nothing to cry about," Javi told his son in a video of Lincoln's reaction to getting the gift.

He added, while hugging and kissing his son: "You deserve it. You alright? Why you crying? Why you crying?”

The video then cut to the duo actually using the tickets and arriving at the game.

Wearing his Seth Curry jersey over a black T-shirt, Lincoln walked in front of his dad through the arena entrance, right on the main floor.

They made their way to their courtside seats, where they got to see all of their players from just a few feet way.

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Javi and his son screamed, clapped, and cheered as they watched all the plays unfold, rooting for the 76ers the whole time.

Lincoln even got to interact with his favorite player, Seth Curry, at one point, and he could be seen smiling and beaming, with a mask on, from the exciting moment.

Within the sweet video of Lincoln crying over his Christmas gift and of clips from their time at the game, Javi also included some photos they took at the event.

One showed Lincoln posing in front of his seat, right on the court, as one player behind him took a shot with the basketball.

Another pic featured the eight-year-old with his mask off for a second to take a smiling shot with the 76ers mascot, who had one arm around Lincoln and throwing up a peace sign with his other hand.

The Teen Mom dad then jumped in for an adorable father-son photo on the court, with Javi's arm around Lincoln and both of them cheesing for the camera.

He captioned the post: “Christmas came early for my big dawg yesterday and it was one of the best memories I’ll remember with him. 

“Court side seats to watch the @sixers and he got to dap up his favorite player @sdotcurry. 

“I also was not ready for his reaction. Was 100% expecting a ‘lets goooo’ love you @lincmarroquin.”

Fans were surprised by the extravagant gift and emotional reaction, as well, and said it was all a testament to how great of a parent Javi is.

One follower told him: “You are an amazing father! Little man is lucky to have you as his dad. Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family.”

A second said: “The world needs more dads like you Javi. Your literally the best dad out there.”

Another commented: “Omg he will remember that for the rest of his life! A sweet memory.”

Others agreed that Javi’s the “best dad” and that the tickets were “worth every penny” for Lincoln’s “amazing” reaction.

Earlier this month, Javi spent some quality time with his youngest son, Eli, decorating the Christmas tree at their Delaware home.

The reality star shared a silly photo of his son admiring the work of a special helper who assisted with the decorations.

Javi posted a snapshot of his three-year-old looking up at their tree lit up in white lights.

The toddler's attention, however, was not on the lights but on the elf perched on one of the branches.

The elf was holding the end of Christmas tree garland as the rest was wrapped around the spruce.

The father-of-two captured the sight from behind the little one, adding the caption: "The tree needed to be decorated anyway. thanks elf!"



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