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LeBron Raps, Popping Million Mollies in Five Minutes: An Extremely Detailed Breakdown

LeBron James is so #ballswag on the court, he can pop a molly and sweat it out like his first name was Trinidad.



In fact, Trinidad James and King James have a lot in common. The rapper gives it up to them "hipster bitches." The basketballer rides the Miami critical mass. They've both expressed at least a modest interest in fashion. And they both seem to know the words to Trinidad's hit "All Gold Everything."



Just the other day, the champion player was caught mouthing the rap jam in the middle of a Heat game. What's even better, is someone set the clip to the original music, then looped it for five minutes straight.



Goddamn it, Internet, we love you.



See also:

-ESPN Viral Video Tells LeBron Haters to STFU

-Miami Heat's "All of the Lights" Video: Is The Big Three Actually a Boy Band?

-2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, and LeBron James at B.O.A.T.S. Tour in Miami





0:00 - 0:30

This is legitimately one of the funniest memes we've seen in a minute. We could just sit here and watch it over and over again.



0:30 - 1:00

Sorry, uncontrollable laughter.



1:00 - 2:00

The editing work on this is actually really impressive. And what does it say about Trinidad James that this sounds almost like the actual song itself?



2:00 - 2:30

Starting to feel like LeBron James is trapped in some kind of Bill-Murray-in-Groundhog-Day hell on Earth.



2:30 - 3:14

Starting to feel like LeBron James is trapped in some kind of Bill-Murray-in-Groundhog-Day hell on Earth.



3:15 - 3:15

LeBron has official popped 87 mollies. That's something like 30 mollies a minute. He's going to die.



3:15 - 3:30


Starting to really feel it now.



3:30 - 3:45


We sweatin'.



3:34 - 4:00


Wooh!



4:00 - 4:30


After four minutes, we might have whiplash.



4:30 - 5:00


OK, seriously ... That was a lot. Whatever. DJ, bring that beat back.



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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.