LeBron James Makes Statement On Social Life In Los Angeles
Cleveland is amazing, and LeBron James knows it. He fell in love with the city’s culture and social life. But, things changed when he flew to Los Angeles.
King James left Cleveland to play with the Los Angeles Lakers. This was a smart plan when it comes to spicing up his professional career, but the new contract brought him an unexpected disappointment.
Los Angeles doesn’t have the same cultural institutions as Cleveland. That’s one of the greatest differences between both cities. He was honest, and talked about his disappointment. Seeing your new home lack your favorite cultural institutions is a bad thing, especially if you’re new in town.
LeBron was devastated to learn that Los Angels doesn’t have rock and roll museums. “I always loved the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland and just kind of assumed a big city like L.A. would have a few of them, or least at least an even nicer one. It’s really a bummer,” he said.
The basketball star also complained about his vain efforts to find a World war II submarine. He will always remember Cleveland’s USS Cod.
“Honestly, it’s been a big let down—none of the neighborhoods I’ve been to are as cool and arty as the Flats and Tremont. Cleveland had the lakefront, too. L.A. doesn’t have any great lakes, and I haven’t spotted a single James Garfield Monument,” Bron said.
King James admitted that Los Angeles can’t be compared to Cleveland in terms of culture, but it’s definitely better than Miami.
Maybe he will get used to the fast life in Los Angeles. Maybe he will learn how to live without all those museums. Los Angles has its own charm, and that’s the only thing that matters at the moment. We’re looking forward to the new season, and you?