LeBron James gets 2 fans EJECTED for 'horrific' statement allegedly abusing son Bronny

LeBron James, the 36-year-old Lakers’ player, pointed at the duo, yelling, 'This one, right f****** here!,' so that they could be escorted out

                            LeBron James gets 2 fans EJECTED for 'horrific' statement allegedly abusing son Bronny
LeBron James got two fans thrown out of the stadium during the Lakers vs. Pacers game on November 24 (Maddie Malhotra/Getty Images and Twitter)

On Wednesday, November 24, during a game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers at the stadium in Indiana, LeBron James asked two fans to be removed from the arena. The 36-year-old was two minutes from the end of his game when he reportedly asked the referee to kick out the two young fans for using abusive language.

James was seen pointing at the duo, who was sitting courtside, while yelling, “This one, right f****** here!” Videos going viral on the internet showed an official coming in and asking the pair — a young woman and a man — to leave. The videos also showed the female making faces and seemingly making a crying expression and pouting, while the male fan was seen smiling.


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Why did LeBron James get mad?

Shortly after the pair was escorted out of the stadium, the Lakers won the game — 124 to 116. After that, James spoke to reporters about the incident without giving out much detail. "There's a difference between cheering on your home faithful, booing opponents, not wanting your opponents to be successful and there's then moments where it goes outside the line with obscene gestures and words. That shouldn't be tolerated in our game from nobody," said James. He added, "I would never say it to a fan and a fan should never say it to a player."


One fan, who claimed to have been sitting near the fans who were removed, said they said something “horrific” about James' eldest son, Bronny. Below is the photo of a statement shared on Twitter made by the said witness. However, there were many who doubted this claim as a user tweeted, “I seriously doubt she said that.” The second one wrote, “I would like to know this story lol.” “No way y’all believe a random comment lol wtf,” the third one added. 

LeBron James #6 of the Los Angeles Lakers dribbles the ball against the Indiana Pacers at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on November 24, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)






“If true someone has to have e video of them. In 2021 somebody has the video in every instance lol,” a tweet read. Another one added: “Why the fuck would she say that?? Like that shit way outta hand leave the kids out of it goofy ass lady then wanna be funny on the way out somebody should have tripped her into a trash can throw the whole bitch away. bitch is garbage.” A tweet stated, “I’m curious as to what was said, I know how ugly fans can get. Those fans will get under your skin before during and after the game.” 




LeBron James #6 of the Los Angeles Lakers celebrates in the 124-116 OT win against the Indiana Pacers at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on November 24, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)


Meanwhile, there were people who slammed James for kicking out the fans. A person came with their own reason and commented, “Who cares what they said. Lebron was just feeling in his feelings and couldn’t rise above it and had to have them tossed. Pretty funny when he shows videos and says ‘you’re next’ to a person doing the right thing.”

Another one said, “LeBron is a bitch who loves Chinese slave labor.” The third one said, “LeBron punches a player in the face and he’s worrying about what fans are saying…he’s mentally shot.” “So a road player can just have opposing fans ejected by pointing at them?” a user asked and a tweet sarcastically added, “Is freedom of speech not a thing anymore? I guess my 1st amendment right is thrown out the window of LeCryBaby is present.”







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