Turns out The King and his associates might've stolen that idea from somebody else and he may have to pay for it. The show, which aired its first episode recently, features celebrities talking about business and success.
Adventure Enterprises is claiming it pitched an idea to James for a show called "Shop Talk", which, coincidentally, was the name of the Alabama football team's show, before the Tide changed it to "Bama Cuts" after James originally called out the team.
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The company also claims they'd been in talks with LeBron about this concept for over two years, and when they discovered he started his own conversational barbershop show called "The Shop", they sent him a notification to stop filming. LeBron subsequently cut them out and created a ripoff of the show with a almost identical format.
Adventure Enterprises said it confronted LeBron's people and only received an apology and the assurance that it wouldn't happen again, the tabloid wrote.
The lawsuit is seeking an injunction that would cease the production of future episodes of "The Shop", as well as "serious" monetary compensation, according to TMZ Sports.
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The company is also suing LeBron's business partner, Maverick Carter.
"The company sought a payment eight months ago and were told their claim was ridiculous, and they disappeared", a source close to James and Carter told ESPN on Monday.
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