LeBron James has manufactured his championship ring, and now it’s time he return to the plantation. But unlike when James left Cleveland, he’s taking his self-imposed slavery well, as he is headed back to his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
According to this video, LeBron James’ return to Cleveland is about forgiveness and maturity.
Here is what I wrote a while back when LeBron James escaped the plantation of Cleveland and went to Miami:
It didn’t take long for LeBron James to realize that he was a victim. Asked recently why his popularity (Q-Score) had him dropping from one of the most popular sports figures to only sixth from the bottom, Lebron had this to say to CNN:
“I think so at times. It’s always, you know, a race factor,” said James.
If you’re imagining how one of America’s young, black multi-millionaires manages to think of himself as a victim, you only need to look at his influences. Jesse Jackson reminded us that America’s potential next black billionaire sports figure is not immune to America’s racist policies.
Jackson said of a statement made by Cleveland Cavaliers’ owner Dan Gilbert that Gilbert’s “feelings of betrayal personify a slave master mentality.”
Gilbert’s crime was describing LeBron as “narcissistic” and displaying “cowardly behavior,” when LeBron very ceremoniously dissed the city of Cleveland.
I don’t know if I agree with Gilbert that LeBron displayed cowardly behavior; however there is little doubt that LeBron is a narcissist.
I wonder if Jesse Jackson will comment on LeBron James’ choice to go back into slavery, or if LeBron James will feel that race is a factor? The redemption here is that Cav’s owner Dan Gilbert was right in what he said about James. Don’t expect any apologies from James, as he will just pick up his fat paychecks. And you know race-pimp Jesse Jackson will be as quiet as a mouse pissing on cotton.