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LeBron James has done it all. He's a champion who has won four NBA titles, four MVPs and two gold medals. He's an activist who has worked for social change in our society. He's a philanthropist whose charity has provided scholarships for over 2,000 kids. He's an actor will be starring alongside Bugs Bunny in one of the summer's most anticipated movies, "Space Jam: A New Legacy." Now you can add "tattoo artist" to his ever-growing list of accolades. 

The heavily tattooed James visited Ganga for a new piece of work this past week, and while he was there he flipped the script and went from client to artist. As you can see below, James tattooed a small crown—an allusion to his own nickname, King James—on Ganga's wrist. 

Not bad for an amateur! Much like how his skills on the court have evolved and grown over the years, we're sure that if James were to stick with tattooing he'd be churning out masterpieces by the end of the year. 

Unfortunately, we haven't yet gotten a look at the tattoo Ganga was creating just yet. It's a work in progress and everybody appears to be to keeping things under wraps right now. But from what Ganga posted, we're confident it's going to rule. 

"Can’t express how grateful I am to see people I’ve been admiring for so long trust my work, feeling truly blessed and the only thing I can say is thank you all, this is just getting started," Ganga wrote. "Thanks @kingjames for this opportunity, it’s an honor to have the crown tattooed by the king."

Keep your eyes here, once we see the finished project we'll be sharing it with you.