LeBron James Takes A Dig At The Los Angeles Lakers During The Debut Of His NFL Thursday Night Football Show

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Andrew Powell Sports and Entertainment Blogger
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LeBron James, man. The guy never ceases to amaze me.

The so-called “king” premiered his ‘TNF in The Shop‘ show on Amazon Prime Video on Nov. 17 during the Tennessee Titans 27-17 win over the Green Bay Packers. If you have no idea what that is, it’s LeBron‘s version of what Peyton and Eli Manning do with their ‘ManningCast’ telecast during ESPN’s ‘Monday Night Football.’

The problem for LeBron is that it sucks in comparison, but that’s another story.

Well, during the stream, “the guys” (It pains me to say that with how corny LeBron makes this whole thing) were talking about Aaron Rodgers and the struggles that he and the Packers have been having this season. LeBron then goes on this random tidbit about how the Packers should load talent around him and maximize what he can do, clearly hinting about his situation with the Los Angeles Lakers. In fact, it was so clear that even Nike executive Paul Rivera called him out.

Hell, even LeBron himself acknowledged it.

“I mean, it definitely translates,” the NBA star added.

You can tell he wanted to say something so bad about the Lakers (nevermind that he already has Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook on the same roster as him), but showed enough restraint and instead just ended things with a cocky response that you can barely make out because everybody’s laughing over him.

From the sounds of it though, LeBron was going on about letting his play speak for himself or some stupid crap like that — we all know how LeBron is.

And then you had this gem:

If you don’t know what “cappin” means, it’s a slang term for somebody who lies. It’s also used to describe somebody who embellishes the truth to boost their social status and it’s also used to describe somebody who flexes (flaunts their wealth), when in reality, they’re in debt. (RELATED: LeBron Claims He Needs To ‘Learn How To Flop’ In Sweet Irony)

If you don’t know who the guy is who called him out, that’s Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey (shout out to Florida State!), and shout out to that man for calling LeBron out. There’s no telling how many times I’ve seen LeBron lie. It just happened again not that long ago when he was going on about how he listened to Migos before everybody else did. No, you didn’t. The guy takes advantage of rapper Takeoff’s death so he can flex, that’s LeBron. He’s always been like that.

He’s so full of crap, man.

And meanwhile…