One would think that LeBron James signing with the Los Angeles Lakers 2 years ago would have been a cause for celebration. However, when the King arrived in LA, he met with his murals being vandalized. However, now that the Lakers are NBA Champions, all the critics are being made to hush.
This particularly means LeBron’s favorite critique, Skip Bayless. Bayless has always looked down upon the Lakers and LeBron even during times they have proved their worth.
Thus, to make a mockery of his baseless comments over the years, rapper Snoop Dogg joined Shannon Sharpe on Undisputed. Shannon Sharpe is on cloud nine after watching LeBron win his fourth ring. An avid supporter of the Lakers himself, Snoop jumped in on the bandwagon to pull Skip’s leg.
Was Skip discreetly destroying the Lakers’ star’s Murals?
In a hilarious banter, Sharpe and Snoop teamed up against Skip and jokingly accused him of being the culprit behind vandalizing the murals all those years ago.
And now that the Lakers have won another championship title, Sharpe started it off by saying, “They’re putting up a NEW mural. I bet they won’t deface that one, Skip! You were doing it. YOU were defacing the mural.”
Snoop chimed in on the fun and stated, “Skip, you were doing it, I got footage of you spray-painting that LeBron mural. I’m going to show that footage later on this tape.”
I knew it was Skip🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/XYKZj2EoLu
— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) October 13, 2020
The entire conversation was all in good humor, but Skip said he would never stoop down to that level.
The way Sharpe ridicules the hate Bayless throws every time is hilarious. However, we all know how Skip Bayless is. There is no way he is going to stop throwing hatred at the Lakers and LeBron James.
Even though the Lakers have won the championship title, Bayless had reason to criticize that too. Knowing the amount of disregard he has for this franchise, can you blame Sharpe and Snoop for taking shots at Bayless?
The Lakers fans are breathing a sigh of relief worldwide. Although do you think the Lakers can go for a repeat soon?
Have a look at some of the tweets that came out when the vandalizing took place.
And today the mural’s artist, Gustavo Zermeno, fixed it with some help from Lakers fans. Gus’ original hope with the message of the mural was that it “overpowers people’s hate for LeBron.” Today some fans helped restore the art. Gus said, “Laker fans got my back!” pic.twitter.com/pd322rB7Zl
— Ohm Youngmisuk (@NotoriousOHM) July 21, 2018
. @JeanieBuss on those defacing LeBron murals in LA:
“If you’re doing that, than you’re not a Laker fan. I didn’t realize how many people from Boston are living in LA!”
— Mark Willard (@Mark_T_Willard) July 22, 2018