Lebron James says he is not surprised by insults he receives via Twitter; instead he uses it as motivation against those that doubt him.
Earlier this week he posted "Hater Day" on his Twitter account and invited "haters" to get their "2 mins of fame and light!" by posting something negative about him.
LeBron shared the tweets to make a point. He wanted his fans to see that what type of words that are said toward him and towards other professional athletes.
James forwarded a negative message from someone who used a racial slur so it could be viewed by over 900,000 of his followers.
Among the messages he re-tweeted:
- "You are a big-nosed, big-lipped bug eyed (racist word). Ur greedy, u try to hide ur ghettoness."
- "No one wants to hear u speak. Why don't you speak by laying ur head under a moving car?'' James added the words, "Haaa, OK I'll try that."
- "I hope your cramps turn out to be a torn hamstring, (expletive)."
James revealed via Twitter: "Don't think for one min. that I haven't been taking mental notes of everyone taking shots at me . And I mean everyone!"
Lebron James shows that anyone can be cyber bullied, but it takes the right attitude, not to become a victim.
What do you think about the move he did on Twitter?