Who Vandalized Lebron James Space Jam Mural in Akron With 'LA Flop' Gang Slogan and Clown Nose?

Did angry Cavaliers fans vandalize Lebron James’ Space Jam mural? The anti-flopping gang has officially declared war against Lebron James in Ohio. Viral photos show a possibility that angry Cavs fans vandalized Lebron James’ Space Jam mural in Akron. If you go to visit it now you will see “LA Flop” written across in big red letters, and clown nose drawn on Lebron’s face.

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The derogatory term written on it takes shots at the fact that he left the Cavaliers for the Lakers, and his bad history of being one of the biggest flop artists in the NBA. It’s really sad to see since Lebron James got Cavaliers their only championship ever, and made history while by being only player to ever come back from down 3-1 in the finals. In addition he opened a school in Akron that helps underprivileged youth succeed in life. Even after all that he still can’t get respect in his hometown.

Was Lebron James Space Jam Mural Vandalized by Cavaliers Fans in Akron With 'LA Flop' Gang Slogan and Clown Nose?

Lebron James Space Jam mural is recreation of this photo from his movie promo.

Who Vandalized Lebron James Space Jam Mural in Akron With 'LA Flop' Gang Slogan and Clown Nose?

The vandalized Lebron James Space Jam mural was created by an artist named @itschardae. This would mark the second time Lebron James has been the target of a vandalism. The last time it happened was during the 2017 finals when the front gate of his LA home was vandalized with racist remarks.

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