LeBron James Alive, At U2 Concert
Good news, Miami! LeBron James has not fled the country, nor does he appear to be too depressed for a few photos with some fellow squagillionaires. Apparently inspired by Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez's release of pictures to prove he's not too dead, LeBron's business manager Maverick Carter tweeted several pictures of the AWOL basketball star at Wednesday night's U2 concert at Sun Life Stadium.
There were only three pictures, but they're with some real heavy-hitters. He managed to get The Edge to take a break from guarding his end-of-rainbow treasure chest full of reverb to post for a picture, but his pic with Bono looks more like he's photobombing a picture of his girlfriend.
And he somehow stumbled across Michael Bay, the director of Transformers: Dark of the Moon, who is rumored to be behind a film project based on a 1999 New Times feature:
Farrah Fawcett may be dead, but her hair lives on in Bay.
OK, so he wasn't around for Chris Bosh's bachelor party. An evening with Michael Bay was probably much more magical.
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