— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 24, 2017
The amount of the shade casted is here is staggering and permanenly inked on one Michael Jordan superfan’s leg for what could be the rest of his life. While the debate who is the best all-time NBA player Lebron James or Jordan rages on, Kalen Gilleese of Salt Lake City has taken a firm stance with an inverse of the ‘crying Jordan’ meme by getting a crying LeBron tatted on his skin. Reminder that Jordan and the Chicago Bulls defeated the Utah Jazz (of Salt Lake City) for the NBA Championship in 1998 for sixth NBA title in 8 years. Just in case you forgot that’s 6 titles twice the amount that a team with LeBron James on it has won.
“I’ve heard from a lot of people that have seen it,” Gilleese said in an interview with ESPN. “No matter what they think, they end by appreciating how well-done it is.” Gilleese got the tatt in style with Bulls shorts and a pair of Jordans on. “He’s always flopping, crying, looking for fouls. I’ve never had a lot of respect for him,” Gilleese told CNN.
One of my best friends is a die-hard Jordan fan, and can't stand LeBron. He asked me to tattoo a crying LeBron in honor of his loss to Golden State. How could I say no? This is the first that will lead to a full leg piece. Thanks @art_kalen. . . . #lebron #basketball #cryinglebron #art #artist #tattoo #tattooartist #skinart #utahtattooartist #utah #utahisrad #utahisawesome #801 #slc #slcart #utahartist #appointment #blaquesaltstudio #blaquesalt