The LeBron James "King of LA" Mural Is Gone
2 monthes ago - By Hypebeast
After initial reports that LeBron James ' "King of LA" mural was vandalized and then restored again , it has now come to light that the artwork has now been removed altogether.
Situated in Venice, California, the controversial portrait, created by muralist Jonas Never and graffiti artist Fernando Valdez, commemorating James' move to the Lakers has now been completely wiped and replaced with patches of white paint. The mural was originally vandalized with insults like, “We don't want you,” “No King,” and “LeFraud,” as well as a with a reference to his NBA Finals record of 3-6 after the...
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