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Ray Allen Decided To Stop Shaving His Head And Nominated LeBron James And Others NBA Stars To Do The Same

Credit: Bleacher Report

Credit: Bleacher Report

While everybody is in quarantine after the coronavirus outbreak, NBA fans and players keep looking for options to not get bored at home while trying to create new trends. 2x NBA champion, Ray Allen, has challenged his ‘bald brothers’ to show their unshaved heads as he did on Tuesday.

After the coronavirus hit the US, barbershops were closed for precaution, which has led people to go bald while everything comes back to normal. However, Ray Allen is different, as he’s always shaved his own head. Yet, he has made a different decision this time and revealed the current state of his hairline with an Instagram post. It’s bad.

Moreover, Allen decided to encourage other players like LeBron James, Shaq, and Stephon Marbury to do the same.

I wasn’t gonna post this but two tears in a bucket! This is where I’m at with it. Lol So I’m gonna ride #myJefferson out until the “Rona” kicks rocks! For those of you that don’t know I have cut my own hair my whole life so it’s been hard not to put the clippers to it but when I look back at these pics I will remember the Rona! Lol Fish don’t fry in the kitchen, beans don’t burn on the grill, took a whole lotta tryin, just to get up that hill, now we’re up in the big leagues, getting our turn at bat, as long as we live, it’s you and me baby, there ain’t nothing wrong with that”! I nominate all my bald or going bald brothers to let it grow out, y’all know who you are! Lol. #pulluptothescenewitmyceilinmissin #shoutouttothefivehead #movinonuptotheeastside #myjeffersonon @kingjames @ripcity3232 @mrcbooz @shaq @starburymarbury @dwilk3000 @jermaineoneal @therealchrisspencer #napsknotsandbeebeeshots #georgejeffersonchallenge #kickitray

He nailed with the “George Jefferson Challenge”, but it remains to be seen if any of Allen’s friends decide to take the challenge and post their hairlines, which are probably as bad or worse than his. Still, this has to be one of the most entertaining challenges we’ve seen since the NBA suspended the season last month.