Lebron Just Wants to be a Suburban Mom

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As a kid, you aspire to be an astronaut, play in the NFL or NBA, or become a movie star when you grow up, but even the few who have achieved these dreams we once held still just want to just vibe at home and run errands. Take Lebron for example, this millionaire professional athlete who has been in everything from commercials to Space Jam just wants to be a suburban mom.

This has the NPCs of Twitter going bananas because they can’t comprehend why a rich and famous person would want a normal life. If you’re the kind of person that doesn’t go to Starbucks because it is too expensive, Tweets like this will make you nauseous. Without a doubt, my boy Nate Martin fits into this category.

This is definitely a grass is always greener on the other side situation, and honestly, I kind of get it. Lebron has pretty much been famous since the age of 12. So, it kind of makes sense why he would want some girl with purple hair to get his Starbucks order wrong or why he’d be down to wait in line for the slow-ass Target cashier to finish ringing up the 5-people in front of him. Just as those of us who have to put up with this bull shit every day know it’s not all fun and games, NBA players who bust their asses their entire life to make it to the league know it’s not as cushy as it seems. I say we should let Lebron be a suburban mom. I mean he definitely complains enough. 

Written by Brady White

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