LEBRON JAMES LIKES TO PLAY THE ‘OPPRESSED CARD’ BUT A RECENT FORBES LISTING PROVES OTHERWISE…
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The infamous NBA player, Lebron James oftentimes has portrayed himself as a victim of society but Forbes may or may not have just contradicted that claim…
LeBron James made headlines when his ‘anti-cop’ rhetoric led ultimately to the suspension of a police officer who joked about his ‘woke ideology.’ Many Americans and businesses came to that cops aid and you can check it out in the article below:
LeBron has been a MASSIVE advocate for ‘systemic racism’ however, his Forbes listing tells a completely different story. If Lebron is ‘oppressed’ then a lot of people might want some of that because Forbes listed his last years profit at a WHOPPING 96.5 MILLION dollars.
Not only that, about 60% of LeBron James’ profit doesn’t even come from his time playing ball on the court.
‘Only’ $31.5 million of last years profits came from his time on the court according to Forbes. The major money made comes from endorsements, ads, etc. which made up $65 million of his profits.
Of course, that makes NBA superstar Lebron James FIFTH of the highest paid athletes in the world. Sorry, Lebron if you ain’t first you’re last.
Despite making all of that money, Lebron James continues to make comments like the one in the tweet below:
If you think that’s bad, look at what he said claiming America doesn’t “love us” in the tweet below…
Well we certainly don’t “love” Lebron James, but America clearly does because Forbes recorded that LeBron’s endorsements and movie ventures make him a “Hollywood leading man” with his upcoming movie Space Jam: A New Legacy.
His other business include a partnership with PepsiCo as well as ownership in the Boston Red Sox, Liverpool FC and Roush Fenway racing.
One thing is for sure, if this is ‘oppression’ A LOT of Americans could use some of the money that comes from it…
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