When LeBron admitted he won't pay for ad-free apps, Pandora made him an offer
LeBron James is known not only for his elite basketball prowess, but also for his business savvy. LeBron’s net worth is impressive; it’s fitting that his nickname is King James.
But even kings have their moments of frugality. In a recent interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols, James’s longtime friend — and teammate, for the second time — Dwyane Wade called the King cheap.
— Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) October 15, 2017
James didn’t try very hard to deny Wade’s accusation, admitting that he won’t even pay for the commercial-free version of Pandora, a music streaming service.
After hearing James’ remarks, Pandora took to Twitter with a proposal.
Hey @KingJames how about we hook you up with a Premium account so you can ditch the commercials?
— Pandora (@pandoramusic) October 16, 2017
Well…. if you insist 😁😜 https://t.co/5qsID94OSC
— LeBron James (@KingJames) October 17, 2017
Everyone wants to court the King, apparently.