Some of LeBron James’ recent social media posts have caused a lot of nausea in Cleveland, but at least the surefire Hall of Famer used to follow the Cavaliers on Twitter.
Yes, you read the “used to” part of that sentence correctly.
Twitter user @kanyecobain on Monday afternoon with the help of DoesFollow.com discovered that James no longer follows the Cavs on Twitter. According to the website, James stopped following Cleveland at some point during the day before the Cavs’ 124-91 win over the Denver Nuggets.
Well, this certainly is an interesting development, especially considering some of the cryptic social media posts he’s had lately.
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We've done so much so far and have so much more to continue to give not only to each other but others around us. Let's continue to inspire each other as well as the people who look up to us. Who cares what others say that don't agree with decisions we make because it doesn't matter, this is our journey, the path we was giving and we'll continue to walk it heads high guarding each others back throughout it all! Love to my brothers! #BrotherHood #FTR #StriveForGreatness
But the rest of the Internet sure is.
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