NBA legend, Lebron James is being applauded online after he found a way to prevent any interaction with a group of young ladies.
He was walking out of an event which took place at the mall when two female groupies were waiting for him in front of an elevator.
In a trending video, the Los Angeles Lakers star could be seen fastening his pace and using an escalator to avoid the slayqueens.
The 6ft 9in athlete made it difficult for them to catch up with him as he went down the escalator that was moving in the opposite direction (upwards).
The ladies called out to him and hurriedly attempted to catch up but they could no match his pace and the escalator also prevented them from moving downwards.
Social media users hailed Lebron for avoiding the women as it could lead to temptation that will affect his scandal-free marriage to Savannah James.
Watch the clip below:
In other news, Nigerian international, Victor Osimhen recently got honoured by world football body, FIFA.
Director FIFA Members Association, Gelson Fernandes announced the special honour for the Super Eagles striker.
This is coming after he was conferred with the National Award of Member of the Order of the Federal Republic OFR by former President Muhammadu Buhari
Osimhen emerged on the international scene in 2015 when his record 10 goals fired the Golden Eaglets to a fifth U-17 World Cup title in Chile.
The 24-year-old Napoli forward who scored 10 goals in seven matches broke the long-standing record of nine goals in a single tournament previously jointly held by Frenchman Florent Sinama Pongolle and Ivorian Souleymane Coulibaly.
That feat also earned him the 2015 CAF Youth Player of The Year prize.
Osimhen recently helped Napoli win the Serie A title for the first time in 33 years and also became the first African to win the Capocannoniere (Serie A Top Scorer Award).
The striker also broke a 14-year jinx of being the first player since Zlatan Ibrahimovic to win the Scudetto and the Capocannoniere same season.
To recognise his impressive rise to prominence, Fernandes presented him with a personalised ball and shift.
In a message to the Nigerian, the FIFA official said; “Victor Osimhen, you represent at the moment what football can do.
“From Lagos to Napoli where people love you, you have suffered, but your love for football and determination have guided you.”