LeBron James has been very active during the coronavirus crisis. Not only has he been focusing on himself and his body, getting ready for a potential NBA return at some point this year, but he’s been doing a lot of charity in recent days.
James made a special appearance on Rap legend P. Diddy’s Instagram Live on Sunday in an attempt to raise money for healthcare workers and people responding to the coronavirus crisis. Diddy’s 'dance-a-thon' has been great in recent days, but this time they stepped up and Bron the Los Angeles Lakers legend.
It was curious that LBJ tried to include his sons, Bronny and Bryce, as part of the stream, but they were reluctant to participate. In the beginning, it was hard for him, who was only dancing, trying to convince his kids to join him. James even mocked them, telling them they were ‘too cool for school’.
In the end, he had success and brought Bronny, with Diddy sending a message to the King and his boy. Besides appearing on this dance-a-thon, Bron has done his part during this pandemic. His Family Resource Center has remained open at his I Promise School for students in need.
Diddy revealed the event has raised over $3 million, so good things might be happening in the short term. These are hard times for everybody, but it’s been a good opportunity for celebrities to help those in need and the people trying to stop this virus and don’t get the credit they deserve.