In a recent episode of The Ingram Angle, Fox news reporter, Laura Ingraham decided to "come" for NBA star, LeBron James after a recent interview for "talking politics" because she doesn't want political advice from "someone who gets paid $100 million a year to bounce a ball."
Take a look:
'Shut up and dribble' — Fox News's Laura Ingraham to LeBron and Kevin Durant after their criticism of President Trump pic.twitter.com/0BlokQDIIl— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) February 16, 2018
Say what? What was was barely intelligible about what he said? While you think on that, let's take note that LeBron is one of the most decorated Athletes in history. Not to mention at 33, the 14-time All-Star became the youngest player with 30,000 career points.
Steve Harvey and the morning show crew got wind of Ingraham's comments, along with LeBron's response and decided to share a few words of their own.
It's so refreshing to hear LeBron stand up in such an articulate way and declare that he will not be silenced.
We will definitely not 'shut up and dribble.' I will definitely not do that. I mean too much to society...I mean too much to the youth. I mean too much to..so many kids who don't fell like they have a way out and they need someone to help lead them out of the situation they're in." - LeBron James
That's right...you go boy!
Harvey pointed out an error in Ingraham's statement stating that LeBron didn't finish high school and that is untrue. LeBron finished high school and from there he went straight to the NBA. In Harvey's opinion, people confuse articulation with intelligence.
Something well said, doesn't have to be well spoken." - Steve Harvey
I have to agree with Uncle Steve on this one. I'd rather say "I'm is rich," rather than "I am broke!"
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