Cincinnati bar will not air NBA games until LeBron James is ‘expelled’; King James replies

After the police shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant by a Columbus, Ohio police officer, LeBron James tweeted a very unhelpful and controversial tweet about the officer who shot and killed Ma’khia; the basketball star later removed it. Now, a local watering hole in Cincinnati refuses to show NBA games on television until the NBA ‘expels’ King James from the league.

“They just need to play the game and that’s it,” he said. “Their opinion doesn’t really matter. They’re using their position to push their opinions, and that’s just not right.”


On Saturday, Lebron James responded to the bar owner’s decision not to air NBA games at his establishment:

A quick look at the owner of Linnie’s Pub, JC Linnie, Facebook page proves he’s a total wing nut who has checked all the boxes in Wing Nut World. He even features a video clip of Wing Nut darling Candace Owens. It’s unclear if he posted the clip to show he isn’t a racist nor a misogynist.

In the meantime, Linnie’s Pub will focus on the MLB team, Cincinnati Reds, who ranks dead last in NL Central.

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