The world champion Cleveland Cavaliers were spotted turning up in the middle of the GA section at last night's "Saint Pablo" concert in Cleveland.
Drake brought LeBron James out on stage when the "Summer Sixteen" tour came to Cleveland, and last night, Bron was in attendance for Kanye West's "Saint Pablo" show at the same Quicken Loans Arena. In fact, a handful of the players from last year's championship Cavaliers team turned up with LeBron at the concert, and they weren't backstage or in the VIP section but on the floor raging with the rest of the general admission area of standing fans, looking up toward Kanye's floating stage.
King James posted a Instagram video story of himself and his teammates singing along to "Can't Tell Me Nothing," and captioned the post by writing, "In the moshpit!!!" Naturally, his presence was an extraordinary surprise to the surrounding fans, though Bron wasn't fazed by being a superstar in the middle of the general audience. No way there was anyone in the building having a better time than him. The other Cavs spotted at the show were Kyrie Irving, Richard Jefferson, Tristan Thompson, Dahntay Jones, and JR Smith, the latter whom is currently in negotations with the Cavs to see if he'll stay on the team.
Never thought LeBron James, Richard Jefferson, Tristan Thompson, and Dahntay Jones would be in a mosh pit. pic.twitter.com/OOyXAaVecM— 2 rings in 2016 (@CleSportsProbs_) October 2, 2016
LeBron really in the moshpit at the Kanye concert rn 🐐 pic.twitter.com/Bwlyg1GMWS— Dylan Sciré (@Scir3) October 2, 2016
LeBron did make his way backstage after the show, and Khloe Kardashian -- who's rumored to be dating Tristan Thompson -- snapped a video of James making a toast to Kanye West, who he says has "been my man for a long time," as well as to the group of champions in the room, "for continuing to inspire each other."