'I thought I had learned a long time ago to never touch religion or politics, ' said Never. "The first vandalism was made easier to swallow because, by all accounts from the Twitter debate [over it] that we saw, it looked like a guy offered up a $300 bounty to anyone who destroyed the mural".
In response, the artist removed the word "of" when he cleaned up the graffiti on Sunday, which you'd think would have put and end to the chaos.
Never said his next project is a Lakers team mural that includes all players-including James.
If this is a body-swap comedy, Kevin Hart seems like the heavy favorite to be the star opposite LeBron, as that seems to be the most logical "what would be funny" low-hanging fruit, considering the considerable size difference between Hart and James. But someone didn't take kindly to its "the King of LA" message, and the painting was vandalized less than two days after it was completed.
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Never says the reactions to his mural were mixed, overall.
"I called him and said, 'Well, did the sun come up this morning?'" Elisburg said, according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne. "In 2018, it was just about doing what he wants to do".
The mural saga illustrates just how weird the situation could get for James in Los Angeles, where Bryant retains enormous popularity two years after his retirement. Most believed the Lakers would land Paul George or trade for Kawhi Leonard, but instead they signed Lance Stephenson, Rajon Rondo, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, and JaVale McGree.