LeBron James Mocked On Twitter As ‘LeKaren’ and ‘LeSnitch’ After Having Heckling Fans Ejected From the Arena [VIDEO]

NBA superstar and all around loudmouth LeBron James been has been acting like a petulant child lately.

Mr. Motor Mouth has been a little on edge since he had his rear end handed to him on social media for making fun of Kyle Rittenhouse crying on the witness stand.

A week or so after his Rittenhouse experience, the basketball star got angry at Enes Kanter, the Boston Celtics’ center, because he wore shoes that showed James bowing to Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is depicted placing a crown on the ballplayer’s head.

James got agry at Boston Celtics’ center Enes Kanter about a week after his Rittenhouse debacle for wearing shoes depicting James bowing to Chinese President Xi Jinping, who places a crown on James’ head.

Kanter has openly condemned brutal regimes like China and has taken aim at James as well, who has a highly lucrative endorsement deal with Nike.

Clay Travis tweeted about the shoes.

“Boston Celtics player Enes Kanter wore sneakers tonight — while playing against the Lakers — with LeBron James bowing down while China’s dictator puts a crown on his head.”

Before the game, Kanter posted photos of his shoes on Twitter and wrote the following message to James: “Money over Morals for the ‘King.’ Sad & disgusting how these athletes pretend they care about social justice. They really do ‘shut up & dribble’ when Big Boss says so. Did you educate yourself about the slave labor that made your shoes or is that not part of your research?”

Money over Morals for the “King”  Sad & disgusting how these athletes pretend they care about social justice They really do “shut up & dribble” when Big Boss says so Did you educate yourself about the slave labor that made your shoes or is that not part of your research?

A few days after that, James intentionally hit and bloodied Detroit Pistons’ Isaiah Stewart’s face and received a one-game suspension.

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Reuters reported that James later said that the one-game suspension was “some bulls**t,” and that got the league to warn him against “using profane language during media availability.”

Reuters then reported that James’ suspension kept him on the bench for the game against the New York Knicks, who ended up beating the Lakers on Tuesday 106 to 100.

The next day, during a game against the Indiana Pacers, James once again found trouble and acted like a lil b*tch, this time against fans and not players on opposing teams.

The fans were heckling him and he got so upset that he brought a referee over to the couple in the stands who were sitting in the front row. James pointed them out to the ref, and within seconds, security was escorting the man and woman out of the venue.

And that’s all she wrote as Twitter destroyed James over his juvenile behavior with users calling him “LeKaren” and “LeSnitch”

“LeSnitch back to his old tricks! He’ll call fouls on people who aren’t even in the game, cry to the officials. It’s what he does. He whines to the league when things don’t go his way. Nuggets fans remember what happened in the playoffs.”

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Notice how the guy is laughing hysterically, and the woman is mocking James by pouting and rubbing her eyes like she’s crying.

Twitter user Ben pointed out the obvious and labeled James as “LeKaren.”

“Wait. He got heckling fans kicked out of an opponent’s arena? That’s just embarrassing. LeKaren.”

And if that wasn’t enough, James did something before he got the two fans ejected during overtime play. The NBA star made an obscene gesture during the last minute of the fourth quarter after he hit a 3-pointer that put the Lakers up by 6 points.

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The NBA fined James $15,000 for the gesture, which NBC Sports said was a “big balls” dance made famous by former NBA player Sam Cassell.

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