LeBron James has basically been in a verbal war with President Donald Trump since 2016. The both of them have traded words on TV and on social media for years.
On Saturday, LeBron had the last laugh as he reacted to Joe Biden’s win and becoming the 46th President of the United States.
The Lakers star had a blunt goodbye message for the outgoing president on Saturday.
He wasn’t done taking shots:
LeBron spoke about how important it was for people to get and vote in 2020:
“We believe that Black people, our community, we’ve been pushed away from our civic duty,” the four-time NBA Finals MVP explained to the New York Times before the election. “We’ve been fed misinformation for many years.
“And I’m in a position where I can educate people and, through More Than a Vote, educate people on how important this movement is, and how important their civic duty is. Not only to empower themselves, but to give back to their community as well.
“It’s something that we’re very passionate about—that I’m very passionate about. I’m happy and honored that I can have these athletes and these influencers and the people that want to be engaged with me as well.”
After winning the NBA Championship last month, LeBron and the Lakers will likely be taking their talents to the White House in 2021.