Lebron James would rather pick on an innocent kid who just defended himself against three criminal attackers than utter a bad word about communist dictator Xi Jinping.
On Monday, Kyle Rittenhouse appeared with Elijah Schaffer, Sydney Watson and Sara Gonzales of BlazeTV for an exclusive interview.
During the course of the interview, Kyle pushed back at Lebron James for attacking him during the middle of a trial when he could not defend himself. It’s worth the listen.
“Fuck you, Lebron,” Rittenhouse said.
“I was a Lakers fan, too, before he said that,” Rittenhouse also told The Blaze’s Elijah Schaeffer.
Lebron had taunted Rittenhouse for crying while reliving the confrontation with three criminals who were trying to hunt him down in Kenosha.
Dude don’t you got some Uighur tears at home chillin’ in the fridge? GTFOH
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) November 11, 2021
This provoked numerous commenters to point out that Lebron James had cried like a [expletive] during many NBA games.
Waking up on a Monday morning pic.twitter.com/qkgC6TYPYB
— Crying lebron (@CryingIebron) June 20, 2016
Who wants to bet that cry baby #LeBron is popping an #Ivermectin pill right about now? He just won't tell you about it. pic.twitter.com/ymD8e4parn
— ŢÜŔĶ (@ItsTurk73) December 1, 2021
Cry baby ‘LeBron James’ wins hands down! You just used the wrong picture. 😭 pic.twitter.com/NdLqSXrhY8
— Dennis Wall (@saintdenniswall) December 4, 2021
Kyle was diagnosed with PTSD from the traumatic experience of having to shoot the attackers, which the jury found was consistent with his lawyers’ argument of self-defense.
Lebron is just a crybaby.
.@Lakers' superstar LeBron James appeared to get two fans of the @Pacers ejected from his NBA game Wednesday night, the New York Post reports. One of the fans appeared to sarcastically pout and mimicked crying at James as she was escorted from her seat. https://t.co/dDJD8skcO9 pic.twitter.com/PUOylOGyfF
— Newsmax (@newsmax) November 25, 2021
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