LeBron James underwent a hair implant 3 consecutive times but still has no hair to show for it. Sounds like women and their obsession with big b-tt.
At least women tend to have a fake a** to show for all the money paid and the pain they endured during the procedure. LeBron has nothing to show for it!
LeBron James appears to be obsessed with braiding his hair to the point that when his hair was failing, he opted for a hair implant.
Unfortunately, the NBA player’s attempt to restore his hair failed 3 whole times. LeBron over the years appears to have struggled with his receding hair.
One moment, his hairline is a mess, and the next moment he has it intact as if nothing has happened. Those instances are when LeBron seeks help with implants, interestingly it doesn’t stand the test of time. The hair appears to be perfect and before fans can admire it, it goes back to the usual mess.
From new images making a wave of the famous player, his natural hair seems to be growing back. And if this can last, fans may see LeBron in his braids soon though the chances of that happening is very slim, the hair looks funny.
Media Take Out reports;
Lebron James has undergone as many as 5 separate hair transplant surgeries … but it now looks like they’ve failed, Media Take Out has learned.
According to online reports, The King reportedly underwent at least 2 FUE surgeries, and 3 FUT surgeries, in an attempt to restore his hair.
An FUE hair transplant (Follicular Unit Excision) generally leaves scarring with a stipple effect due to the nature of individually removing hair follicles a millimetre in diameter. An FUT hair transplant (Follicular Unit Transplantation) involves removing a strip of the scalp containing hair follicles from a donor area and implanting it in the hair deficient area.
Well despite all those surgeries, this is what his head looks like now:
James played basketball for St. Vincent–St. Mary High School in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, and was heavily touted by the national media as a future NBA superstar. A prep-to-pro, he was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the first overall pick in the 2003 NBA draft. Named the 2004 NBA Rookie of the Year, he soon established himself as one of the league’s premier players, winning the NBA MVP award in 2009 and 2010. After failing to win a championship with Cleveland, James left in 2010 as a free agent to join the Miami Heat; this was announced in the television special The Decision and is among the most controversial free-agent decisions in sports history.
James won his first two NBA championships while playing for the Heat in 2012 and 2013; in both of these years, he also earned the league’s MVP and Finals MVP awards. After his fourth season with the Heat in 2014, James opted out of his contract to re-sign with the Cavaliers. In 2016, he led the Cavaliers to victory over the Golden State Warriors in the Finals by coming back from a 3–1 deficit, delivering the team’s first championship and ending the Cleveland sports curse. In 2018, James exercised his contract option to leave the Cavaliers and signed with the Lakers, where he won the 2020 NBA championship and his fourth Finals MVP. James is also the first player in NBA history to accumulate $1 billion in earnings as an active player.
Off the court, James has accumulated more wealth and fame from numerous endorsement contracts. He has been featured in books, documentaries (including winning two Sports Emmy Awards as an executive producer), and television commercials. He has won 19 ESPY Awards, hosted Saturday Night Live, and starred in the sports film Space Jam: A New Legacy (2021). James has been a part-owner of Liverpool F.C. since 2011 and leads the LeBron James Family Foundation, which has opened an elementary school, housing complex, retail plaza/community center, and medical center in Akron.
Why doesn’t Lebron wants to be bald like all the other men?
Look at his hair now despite 3 hair implants: