LeBron James’s contributions to the world of professional basketball cannot be understated. James suffered a serious injury to his right ankle in the Lakers’ game against the Atlanta Hawks back in March. Even after coming back, James has never been the same. It seems James has been criticized after mocking Rittenhouse.

For those who don’t know, Rittenhouse shot three men during demonstrations in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August 2020. This resulted in two deaths and one of them was injured. According to the New York Times , the teenager faces six counts, including charges of first-degree intentional homicide.

LeBron James took to Twitter and commented on Rittenhouse crying during his murder trial. James made fun of him and made it clear that he didn’t believe Rittenhouse was actually crying.

What tears????? I didn’t see one. Man knock it off! That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court.

Teen Mom star Jenelle Evans didn’t take too kindly to what LeBron James said. She proceeded to put LeBron James on blast by dissing Space Jam 2 and said the original film was much better.

“Next time there’s grown adults making fun of your kids.. don’t try and defend them when you act the same way.

My kids watched ‘Space Jam’ and looked up to you. Now I know what type of person you are. #truth, oh and Mr. Jordan’s version was WAY better lol.

After what Jenelle Evans said, she was removed from her collaboration with SewSewYou. However, she insisted it had nothing to do with her blasting James. Regardless, many believe LeBron James shouldn’t have mocked Rittenhouse in the first place.

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