Blame Canada LeBron
Attention! Everything can now be blamed on Lebron James. And the best part is he agrees everything is his fault.
“I’m an easy target … if you go to the grocery story and they don’t have the milk you like you say it’s LeBron’s fault.”
Yup. LeBron said that.
Why is LeBron ready to shoulder the blame for Trader Joe’s not having 2%? Well, believe it or not, this is all about Blake Griffin’s dunk of the year a week back against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Wait. Blake Griffin? Oklahoma City? Where does LeBron James of the Miami Heat fit in?
After Griffin “posterized” Perkins, LeBron took to Twitter and tweeted:
Although LeBron’s tweet is as factual as LMFAO sucks, Perkins didn’t appreciate Bron-Bron commenting on his very public, very replayed facial. Perkins told Jim Rome on Rome’s radio show that LeBron should mind his business and concern himself with the Heat and only the Heat.
Perkins went on to say that he wasn’t embarrassed about the dunk and might even show it to his kids when they get older.
So why did Perkins single out LeBron for commenting on the dunk that “broke Twitter?” Because LeBron is a punk that doesn’t get it.
He abandoned a championship starved city on national television in the most vein way possible. He has no ring (Perkins does). LeBron speaks in third person. LeBron makes Nike Commercials telling the world to eff off. And LeBron says things like, “If someone wants to get a point across, just throw LeBron’s name in there. You could be watching cartoons with your kids and you don’t like it, you say, ‘Blame it on LeBron.'”
So next time you get pulled over for speeding, next time you’re late for work, or next time your wife catches you looking at those naughty websites, you know what to do:
Blame it on LeBron.