Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James criticized Orlando, Florida on Saturday. It was accepted by the city’s mayor and from the Orlando Magic from the NBA.
“You have to understand every time I hear the word ‘Orlando,’ I have PTSD,” James said on HBO’s “The Shop: Uninterrupted,” referring to his last summer in the NBA bubble at Disney Wide World. of Sports complex needed from the coronavirus outbreak
He joked that being in the bubble was the reason he hasn’t taken his young daughter to Disney World yet. And he also said whether he will play for Magic or not.
“They don’t have a chance”; to get him to trade, James said. “I’m going to quit. It’s over. ‘LeBron traded to Orlando.’ ‘LeBron lives in Malibu,'” he joked.
A viral clip was tweeted by the show with the message, “Sorry, Orlando… it’s nothing personal,” along with a laughing emoji and a crown.
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The official Orlando Magic account responded to a joking tweet featuring Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan’s meme in an interview for the documentary “The Last Dance”, saying, “…and I took the story. That’s personal.”
However, Buddy Dyer, the mayor of Orlando. tweeted more seriously that he was certain that James had never touched. “The other half of Orlando while you were in the middle of a bubble last summer.”
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Dyer invites James to lunch the next time he visits the area.
“You can see that our community is diverse, inclusive and vibrant,” the mayor added.
James has not yet responded publicly.