Sport LeBron mural is completely wiped out

01:06  12 july  2018
01:06  12 july  2018 Source:

LeBron 'King of LA' Mural Vandalized After Lakers Fan Offered Money to Make it Happen

  LeBron 'King of LA' Mural Vandalized After Lakers Fan Offered Money to Make it Happen ​Maybe not every Laker fan is excited about LeBron James coming to town. A fan online offered money to anyone in the Los Angeles area who would be willing to ruin the ​mural made in LeBron's honor, and it looks like someone got the job done.LeBron James 'King of LA' mural vandalized after a fan offers money to alter it— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 8, 2018The three-time NBA Champion ​signed a four year, $154 million contract with the Lakers in free agency after coming off a historic season with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

LeBron James 'King of LA' Mural Vandalized After Fan Offers 0 to Alter it. It appears not everyone is a fan of LeBron James in Los Angeles. You currently have no favorite writers. Manage Profile Log Out .

Fans noticed that the mural at Baby Blues BBQ had been completely painted over with white paint and assumed that it was another case of vandalism. After someone splattered gold paint on the updated LeBron mural , Jonas Never Hear FTW writers out loud Latest podcast. More NBA. Recent.

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If you wanted to see that LeBron James mural in Los Angeles, we have some bad news for you.

As of Wednesday, the mural has been completely wiped out and mostly covered in white paint.

The mural was already vandalized once. It’s not clear if this was another act of vandalism or someone just wanted to get rid of the whole thing, and there isn’t really any way of knowing. It probably wasn’t the work of the original artist, who had restored it after the initial instance of vandalism.

Plenty of people are excited about LeBron in Los Angeles. There are always going to be contrarians and critics out there — or people who just want a little bit of attention by defacing a mural.

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