LeBron James asked to go back to Cleveland by Grandpa rapper

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LeBron James will be a free agent this summer when his contract is up with the Miami Heat, and many people including a Grandpa rapper want him to head back to Cleveland.

Let's start by saying the rapping in the video above is atrocious, but you can't blame the guy for trying.

With the background of the track Forever by Drake and Co, which actually features highlights of LeBron in its video, the Grandpa rapper proceeds to try and persuade James to return.

Spitting lyrics such as "we want you back, it ain't no smack," this video is crazy.

The Cavaliers selected James in the 2003 NBA Draft, and during his time there he won two league MVPs and appeared in one NBA Finals, which Cleveland lost.

Since then, he's spent four seasons with the Miami Heat. Currently, James is a back to back NBA champion, and he's looking to add a third in four seasons with the Heat this campaign.

There are rumors that suggest he will head back to the Cavs for next season, and this little video above might give him the inspiration to do just that.

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