The video is very similar to a video James and Uninterrupted produced a year ago involving Draymond Green and 2 Chainz.
A noted fan of Ohio State football, perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise that LeBron James has an issue with Alabama football. A third installment is to be released soon, and it features James along with his friends, business associates and other famous people having a discussion while getting haircuts.
"Shop Talk" does basically the same thing.
As a result, UNINTERRUPTED sent a letter to Alabama concerning possible copyright infringement and intellectual property appropriation. The letter asks the university to refrain from releasing the show and to submit a copy episode to Uninterrupted in order to find a solution and avoid an annoying "battle of legal letters".
If you are unfamiliar, Uninterrupted airs its own show, The Shop, which premiered during the 2017 NBA Finals and uses an nearly identical premise.
Alabama opened a barbershop in the football team's Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility in February.
The letter continues with an invitation to Alabama to have conversations about the matter before "rushing into legal proceedings".