@KingJames Today is Hater Day,”. “Everyone please let them get their 2 mins of fame and light! I Love You Haters. Continue to make me proud of u guys! LOL”
Yesterday was a good day for the King of South Beach. Most people loved his Nike “Rise” Commercial. Even those who dislike Lebron or disapproved of where he took his talents to, had to admit the spot was creative.
Today, however, is not a good day for Bron Bron.
The commercial got across the message that he was giving a big “FU” to his critics. By tweeting today is “National Hater Day” just once again shows how much of a bubble Lebron lives in.
It is ok to have critics, it is ok for someone to have a different opinion of you. It doesn’t make them a “hater”. It doesn’t make them right or wrong.
Lebron is within his right to think people are wrong to criticize them, but to label those people “haters” makes it appear that he can do no wrong.
I don’t have a problem with Lebron’s decision, I don’t have a problem with Lebron in the club with A-Rod, I don’t have a problem with Lebron wanting to play Superfriends.
My problem has always been don’t be so sensitive, so soft and so moist in regards to anyone saying something bad about you. You are a grown man and the most physically dominating player in basketball, stop crying like a little girl who just lost her Barbie or Reggie Bush when he found out Kim Kardashian was dating Miles Austin.
Kings don’t whine, they man up. Stop acting like a baby and if you want to prove the “Haters” wrong do it on the court, not twitter.