LeBron James Wasn’t Initially Down With White People In High School

LeBron talks about the transition from his neighborhood to his catholic high school, being around all white people for the first time and finding out what a pantry is pic.twitter.com/BhIpxsC5xJ

— Rob Lopez (@r0bato) August 29, 2018

You know what’s nice to hear? It’s nice to hear LeBron use profanity in a conversation with a bunch of other guys. It’s good to hear him use the f-word in a sentence. And drop a shiitt bomb in a sentence. That’s my big takeaway from yet another one of his barbershop shows from HBO.

Of course you know that Bron went to Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, won some state titles and got drafted No. 1 overall by the Cavs.

From LeBron:

“Took me a while to adjust to it … I was like, I’m not f*cking with white people, that was my initial thought to white America.”

“It’s me and my boys & we’re here to hoop.”

It’s also good to hear Bron talk about how he was first introduced to a pantry. A white person’s pantry. You know the kind of pantry we’re talking about here. Just stuffed with 3-4 of everything you could possibly want because white people never know when the apocalypse is going to hit and they’ll need four loafs of bread.

If you wondered why LeBron went to Los Angeles, this is every indication you need as to what this is all about. And there’s nothing wrong with it. He wants to do the TV stuff and it’s hard to blame him. Do some HBO work, get paid crazy money, keep coming out with new shows, series, etc. and keep raking the money.

He’s out here making white people proud.