Son of popular ’90s actress and comedian grows up to be Miami quarterback recruit

Miami quarterback recruit Brad Kaaya poses with his famous mother Angela -- Twitter

Some 15 years ago, Angela Means was performing her standup routine at a famous L.A. comedy club, joking about 3-year-old son at the Laugh Factory in the mid-1990s.

"You will hurt someone over that child," she said. "You will (expletive) someone up. I will (expletive) a 5-year-old up. I will beat a 9-year-old down over BJ. BJ's 3 years old, and he is the love of my life. He is so gorgeous. That boy is beautiful. We look just alike."

Well, it turns out Means had little to worry about. BJ would have plenty of protection.

You see, BJ grew into who we now know as Brad Kaaya, the 6-foot-4, 213-pound senior quarterback who led West Hills (Calif.) Chaminada High to the Division II state championship this past fall and just signed with the University of Miami (h/t Big Lead).

The four-star QB may face some ribbing from his Hurricanes teammates once they see his mom's acting reel, which such '90s classics such as "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper," "House Party 3," "In Living Color" and "Friday." Oh, and this 15-year-old joke about young Brad.

"He busted in the bathroom the other day. I was preparing to take a shower, and he kicked the door in, and I reacted. 'Honey, go watch Power Rangers.' 'What? No, mommy doesn't have a penis.' And he felt so bad for me. He said, 'Oh, mommy, you broke your penis off?' 'Yeah. As a matter of fact, that's my penis your dad has. Only it was bigger when I had it.'"

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