Full Of Himself: LeBron James Implies That Anyone Who Doesn’t Like Him Is ‘Racist As F*ck’

While James’s comments were aimed at Celtics fans, the NBA’s biggest crybaby screams racism at the drop of a hat. Every star NBA player is subject to criticism from fans

New York Post

(New York Post) LeBron James isn’t mincing his feelings toward Boston fans.

On the latest episode of “The Shop,” James was asked rather bluntly: “Why do you hate Boston?”

“Cause they racist as f–k,” James responded. “They will say anything. And it’s fine. It’s my life, f–k I’ve been dealing with it my whole life. I don’t mind it. I hear it. If I hear somebody close by, I check them real quick, then move onto the game. They’re going to say whatever the f–k they want to say.”


LeBron James described his hatred toward Boston fans.
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Celtics fans heckle LeBron James while he was with the Heat during Game 3 of the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals.
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James went on to recall an incident during the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals. Following Miami’s Game 6 victory at TD Garden, a Celtics fan poured a drink on James while he walked back to the locker room.

“There was like a f–k LBJ t-shirt,” James continued, laughing. “I believe they sold it at the f–ing team shop.”

James’ rhetoric is the latest in a string of athletes’ comments critiquing Boston sports fans. In June, Draymond Green’s wife, Hazel Renee, took to Instagram to denounce the “shameful” “f–k you Draymond” chants sung by Celtics fans throughout the NBA Finals.

Klay Thompson, too, expressed his displeasure with Celtics fans following Game 3:

“We’ve played in front of rude fans before,” Thompson said after the game. “Dropping F-bombs with children in the crowd. Really classy. Good job Boston.”

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