Korean survival drama Squid Game has become the latest show to go viral all across the globe. Lakers’ star LeBron James is one of the high-profile celebrities who has completed watching the entire series. He was seen talking to fellow teammate Anthony Davis regarding the show. He was heard saying to Davis, “Yeah, I did finish it. You finish it? You watched it? You done?” You can watch Squid Game on Netflix.
LeBron James Did Not Like The Ending Of Squid Game
During his conversation with Davis, James reveals that he did not like the ending of season 1. Another season is expected but the writer is yet to figure out the plot. James said, “Yeah, I didn’t like the ending though,” James told Davis. “I know they start it off with a season 2 but like, get on the f—ing flight and go see your daughter, bro. Like what are you doing?” It would be better if we don’t explain the ending and you watch the show for yourself.
What Is The Viral Netflix Show Squid Game?
Squid Game is about 456 debt-laden individuals who participate in games to win a huge cash prize. However, the twist is that the participants are putting their lives at stake to win the cash prize. The show has gone viral among the masses because of its interesting and unique concept.
Lebron James Thinks It’s Not His Job To Encourage People To Take The Vaccine
Lebron James has been vocal about his skepticism for vaccines. However, after doing his research, he decided to get vaccinated. Many celebrities are coming forward asking their fans to get vaccinated. Lebron is not of the same opinion as he thinks that is not his job. Moreover, he said, “We’re talking about individuals’ bodies. We’re not talking about something that’s political, or racism, or police brutality, or things of that nature. We’re talking about people’s bodies and well beings. So I don’t feel, personally, I should get involved in what people should do for their bodies and their livelihoods.”
No Talks Of Getting Vaccine In The Dressing Room, Says Lebron James
Lebron revealed that there is no talks inside the Lakers dressing room for getting the vaccine. Instead, the team is focussing on winning the championship. Moreover, he said, “t the end of the day, you’re always trying to figure out the ways to always be available and protect one another, and put yourself at the best possible chance so you’re available to your teammates, available to what you need to do on the floor. The ultimate goal is to obviously win a championship.”
Vaccination has become a big issue in the US as there is a lot of debate around the mandate. Many feel mandates are necessary as people are not taking the vaccine by themselves. On the other hand, others feel mandate is taking the freedom of people to make decisions regarding their health. Basketball legend and LA Lakers player Lebron James was skeptical about taking the vaccine. However, after researching about it, he decided to take the vaccine. He said “I know I was very skeptical about it all, but after doing my research and things of that nature, I felt it was best for not only me but for my family, for my friends. That’s why I decided to do it.”
Lebron James Thinks People Should Have The Right To Make Decisions Regarding Vaccination
James thinks it is not the right approach to force people to take the vaccine. As per him, people who are comfortable regarding vaccination should take the vaccine. It should be left to the individual and shouldn’t be forced by the government. Moreover, James said, “When it comes down for me, I can speak about myself. I think everyone has their own choice to do what they feel is right for themselves and their family.”
No Vaccine Mandate For NBA Players Yet
The NBA has not come up with a vaccine mandate for its players. When talks started for such a mandate, the player’s association protested against it and it was never implemented. Lebron thinks his decisions are only driven by the thought of his family and not his fans or the public in general. He said, “Anything that I talk about, I don’t talk about other people and what they should do. I speak for me and for my family, that’s what it’s about.”