Despite everyone in the entire city hating his guts, apparently LeBron James
still believes he's the King of Cleveland. (It's not unprecedented; there have been many unpopular monarchs throughout human history.) As such, James took offense when, at his birthday party, Daniel Gibson
said he was the new King of Cleveland. (It's not Colt McCoy?!) "I wake up this morning to hear somebody got real fly at the mouth at their party lastnight. I see where we stand now even though I sense it!" Gibson replied that "complaining about someones tweets is like complaining about the channel & you got the remote in your hands." Burn, I guess. Apparently the two have made up since Gibson didn't intend to insult King-in-Exile James. No word if anyone will ever figure out what "I see where we stand now even though I sense it!" meant.
(Photo: Associated Press)