Kanye West and his 5-year-old son, Saint had a father-son football date at the Giants vs. Bucs Game in Tampa. They were filmed attending the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. the New York Giants football game on Nov. 22. Both of them were dressed in black outfits and face masks.

Florida Today posted photos and videos of this cute Ye-Saint moment. They were seen wearing slightly matching all-black outfits. Kanye wore a black leather jacket, jeans, boots, and a baseball cap while Saint rocked a black T-shirt, pants, sneakers, and a baseball cap.

Kanye West, 44, and his son Saint, 5, enjoyed watching football as they turned heads at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Ye and his look-alike tot were photographed and filmed walking into the venue. The photos and videos soon hit the internet where people adored the cute father-son date.

The duo also rocked black face masks. They didn’t pay much attention to cameras while quickly going by a crowd. The official Instagram account of the Buccaneers shared a photo and video clip of the big moment as they entered the stadium with the caption, “Mr. West is in the building.”

Kanye and Kim have been co-parenting their children ever since Kim filed for divorce in February. They seem to be very mature and co-operative about it. A source previously told PEOPLE that Kanye was going to make sure that he spent as much time with his kids as possible even though he and Kim are longer romantically together and insisted it was important to Kim too.

Kim is also trying to be supportive. She is focused on co-parenting. Nothing has changed otherwise. They are still moving forward with the divorce,

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