LeBron James admitted that he hates playing in Boston. He explained: "Why do I hate playing in Boston? They are racist as hell, it's the only field where you hear some insults. They always have those shirts that read Fuck Lebron.
They have so many that I think they sell them at the team shop at the entrance of the arena!"
And by the way, James was, despite him, the protagonist of a place that left many insiders perplexed.
Italian tennis player Matteo Berrettini is back on social media to pay homage to one of his longtime idols, LeBron James. The post on social media, however, has created quite a bit of controversy, for an emoticon that the blue has chosen.
To celebrate the greatness of the American basketball player, Berrettini has published a photo of him accompanied by two emoticons: that of the crown, referring to the King, and that of a gorilla. The choice of the latter was not well interpreted, creating a controversy on social media: the main accusations are of racism.
"25 years old and do you use the gorilla emoticon to talk about a black person?" he writes a Twitter account. Someone, on the other hand, tries to evaluate the player's intentions: "I don't think he was going to offend anyone, but he can be misinterpreted and I understand if people get angry with him."
After the controversy arose, Berrettini decided to answer and delete the story on LeBorn: "I'm very sorry if my previous instagram story offended someone.
I was informed that it can be easy to misinterpret it, so I deleted it.
Lebron is my greatest idol. Incredible model and inspiration."