Did LeBron James and Adrienne Bailon have a nearly year-long romantic relationship?
According to internet rumor, the NBA was once engaged to the actress/talk show host before things turned sour.
via Ace Showbiz:
As claimed by the website, the basketball player and “The Real” co-host dated for seven months after getting together in May 2003. They allegedly got engaged in December of the same year, but split two months later in February 2004 because he cheated on her.
“Adrienne Bailon 18, of teen pop group 3LW and Lebron James 19 Basketball Rookie Phenom, called it quits after Lebron confessed to cheating on her with over fifteen women,” read a quote from the website. The former Cleveland Cavaliers star, who reportedly proposed to Adrienne with a $150,000 platinum and diamond ring, was said cheating on her with fellow actress Meagan Good.
“He’d cheated on me before with one person, an actress, (our sources tell us the sultry Meagan Good) but he told me that he loved me and she ‘seduced’ him into it,” Adrienne was allegedly quoted as saying at the time. “I just can’t believe he cheated on me so many times with so many people,” she reportedly shared while holding back tears. “I was loyal to him throughout our entire relationship, and that’s the thanks I deserve, that’s ****.”
It’s additionally claimed that Adrienne found out about Lebron’s unfaithful liaison when he came home with the stench of another woman’s “nether region.” She recalled, “I found out on Valentine’s Day of all the days in the year Valentines day. I smelled it, and he couldn’t even look me in the eye and tell me I was wrong. However,I wish him well in the future, because he’ll never find someone who loved him like I did.”
However, this should be taken with a grain of salt since there’s no other record showing LeBron and Adrienne’s alleged romantic relationship. He has been married to Savannah since 2013, but they have been together longer than that. They have three children together, Bronny (born in 2004), Bryce (born in 2007) and Zhuri (born in 2014).
This is certainly one unexpected tale. The question is — do you believe it?