Trending News: People Need To Stop Ripping Lebron For This Common Guy Issue
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Dwayne Wade is the latest person to dog Lebron James about his receding hairline.
With the NBA’s Eastern Conference all but a foregone conclusion until the third round of the playoffs, maybe the second (let’s go Raptors!), there isn’t much to worry about for the Cleveland Cavaliers going into the season. So, the attention has turned to the hairy issue (or lack there of) of Lebron James’ scalp.
Headlines in June pointed out that the 32-year-old had finally embraced his hair loss by shaving his head.
Ok so LeBron shaved his head
(Via his Instagram) pic.twitter.com/IfvSwRsVQE
— Matt Allaire (@AllaireMatt) June 15, 2017
But five days ago, Lebron was seen with his thinning hair intact and complaining about how unfair it is that Banana Boat buddy Dwayne Wade has an abundance of hair on his head, while the King doesn’t.
The most recent development is that Wade insulted Lebron with a post about his skull cap.
Lebron is right: it isn’t fair!
Millions of men are plagued with hair loss, and while there are many things that might cause male pattern baldness, there isn’t one specific thing you can point to. It’s not like Lebron’s diet or fitness is lacking.
There are solutions for hair loss and products for thinning hair — and I’m not talking about going bald or using a razor, although if you do, a bald head can still look really cool. But I’m sure Lebron has tried what he can.
The NBA star can take being made fun of, he’s handled criticism before. But male pattern baldness isn’t funny and we risk offending guys who suffer from it when we laugh at the King.
As Larry David once said: “Anyone can be confident with a full head of hair. But a confident bald man — there’s your diamond in the rough.”
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What remedies has Lebron tried?
Drop This Fact
Lebron’s hairline has visibly been receding since he entered the league.