NBA icon LeBron James has shown off his rapping skills in a new viral video – but didn’t impress with his dance moves.

The Los Angeles Lakers star treated his social media fans to a rendition of GloRilla’s new song Yeah Glo.

LeBron James has divided fans with his rapping skills in a new viral videoCredit: instagram/kingjames

The NBA superstar danced and rapped along to GloRilla’s Yeah Glo.Credit: instagram/kingjames
LeBron hit the gym in LA before hosting the Detroit Pistons at Crypto.com Arena on Tuesday.

He recorded a locker room video, which quickly went viral among his 160 million strong Instagram following.

James stood in the Lakers’ weight room and vibed in the mirror as he sang along to the new track from the Memphis rapper.

He spat out as many lines as he could of the hit single which was only released last week, captioning the clip “Game Day Vibez.”

But despite his best efforts, LeBron got heat from NBA Twitter for both his supposed dad dancing and flow.

“How does this dude have absolutely no rhythm,” joked one fan on X.

“This man never knows the lyrics, she might have one with this one lol,” laughed another.

“Omg his dancing, I’m crying,” said a third.

“Oh, oh no, the dad vibes are skyrocketing off the charts,” gasped a fourth.

GloRilla, 24, hails from Memphis, Tennessee, and rose to fame in 2022.

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Real name Gloria Hallelujah Woods, the artist was nominated for Best Rap Performance at last year’s Grammy Awards.

LeBron is currently the oldest active player in the NBA.

The 39-year-old has shown no signs of slowing down this season as he targets a fifth championship.

James was designated as questionable for Tuesday’s game with the Pistons due to a persistent ankle injury.

The four-time NBA champion powered through the pain to drop 25 points in a dominant 125-111 win for the Lakers.

LeBron has played 49 games so far this season, averaging 24.8 points and 7.2 rebounds per contest.

GloRilla hails from Memphis and was nominated for a Grammy last yearCredit: Getty Images – Getty

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