Millionaire LeBron James Says Family Displaced by California Fires, Worries Poor Fans Where He’ll Go With All That Money

LeBron James, basketball’s millionaire mogul, recently shared that he and his family were displaced because of the wildfires burning across California. They were ordered to evacuate their home and ended up driving to several hotels until they found one that could accommodate them. Even though they could afford to buy any neighborhood they drove past, for some reason even hotel rooms weren’t an option. We did hear that Four Seasons was overcharging for their garden suites ($1200 is a bit high, guys!). Still, unsure where to go with his pockets full of cash, credit cards that swipe, a full bank account and zero student debt, the King could not seem to find his throne. His loyal followers were panic-stricken over their king’s circumstances, though they could not afford the things he could afford, they were offering to give the jerseys (conveniently with his name on it) off their backs. In time, the winds would change, the king would return home to his pool, though with the poor air quality, he would be forced to stare at it from inside his mansion while ordering a taco truck to come to his beck and call.

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