LeBron James Reveals True Feelings About Controversial Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict

Four-time NBA champion LeBron James never misses an opportunity to voice his opinion and that’s exactly what happened following the verdict on the Kyle Rittenhouse case. We all noticed that LeBron was really vocal throughout the trial.

Rittenhouse faced charges for injuring and killing five people during a Jacob Blake protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The Lakers superstar didn’t bite into the stunt Rittenhouse pulled during his trial. LeBron watched the proceedings and he had to speak his mind. He didn’t trust those tears.

The king of basketball sure made people talk with the comments he made following the trial. He said that the teenager probably “ate some lemon heads before walking into court.”

LeBron James, NBA stars stand against Kyle Rittenhouse verdict

Rittenhouse shot three individuals and killed two during the riots in August of 2020. He faced counts for reckless, intentional, and attempted murder.

The teenager had a semi-automatic rifle when he made the streets of Kenosha. Rittenhouse said he was carrying the weapon to protect himself from angry protesters.

LeBron has already reacted to the non-conviction of Blake’s shooter. He quoted a passage from Martin Luther King Jr.

LeBron did it again and he took to his Instagram stories this time. He shared Bubba Wallace’s tweet regarding the Rittenhouse case and a lot of people took his side.

Unsurprisingly, LeBron didn’t accept the verdict. The NASCAR driver’s tweet is now viral and let’s just say a lot of people agreed with him.

This case won’t end here. It may have been brought to an end in courtrooms, but it won’t end in the world outside.

Many NBA players have reacted to the verdict. Kyrie Irving may not be LeBron’s best friend, but he definitely shares the same opinion. The same goes to Karl-Anthony Towns and Fred VanVleet.

King James will always talk to support the masses. He won’t think twice before blasting someone even if that someone is the President of the United States. Yes, he fired a tweet directly at Donald Trump when things got a bit ugly. We have at least one good reason to believe that he won’t stop here.