LeBron Apologizes To Neighbors For Creating A Mess
August 14, 2018
LeBron James is one of the greatest basketball of all times, and he’s got a great personality, too. You can hear his friends, family and neighbors saying this.
Although LeBron lives in Los Angeles at the moment, he will never forget his time in Cleveland. His neighbors won’t forget him, too.
King James left Cleveland twice. The first time he joined Miami Heat, and everyone in Cleveland was disappointed in him. But, the king of basketball decided to make a real comeback, and joined the team after four years.
This decision was followed by a massive celebration, and fans couldn’t even believe that the king is in town again. So, they celebrated and created a real mess.
Seeing the big star return is the biggest dream of every fan. Things got out of control, and there was an avalanche of fans and reporters. Akron was flooded with cameras and curious eyes. Everybody wanted to greet LeBron. The hottest point was the time when LeBron’s neighbors had to call the police, because the streets turned into a happy mess.
LeBron wasn’t at home, and when he heard about the incident, he had to think of the best apology. So, he sent his neighbors cupcakes and a touching note.
“Dear friend, we know things have been hectic in the neighborhood these past few weeks. we are sorry for the chaos. We are so thankful to live in this wonderful community and we are so blessed to have understanding neighbors like you. Our family wants to give you something that is very meaningful to us, our foundation’s cupcakes,” the note read.
Yes, that’s how real men apologize.
Have you ever seen other athlete do anything like this?
LeBron James left Cleveland again, and he will probably retire wearing the Lakers uniform. But, hey, life goes on.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.