LeBron James has lots of money. Lots and lots of money. He's not quite on Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s level yet—there's a reason why they call him "Money May," guys—but LeBron made $42 million in endorsement deals last year and his endorsement deals aren't going to end anytime soon. So in his cover story for the new issue of GQ, LeBron talks at length about his quest to become a billionaire. He also talks about his quest to do a lot of other things—"Some days I want to be a singer," he says, "then the next day I want to be Picasso"—but, believe it or not, the whole "become a billionaire" thing seems like the thing that he's most likely to accomplish.
"It's my biggest milestone," he says in the story. "Obviously. I want to maximize my business. And if I happen to get it, if I happen to be a billion-dollar athlete, ho. Hip hip hooray! Oh, my God, I'm gonna be excited."
We bet. That's not all LeBron talks about in the GQ story, either. He also raps along to some 2Pac, yells at his son over some ice cream, gives props to Paul George, and comes thisclose to ruining a game of Hangman. You can check out the whole story over here.