LeBron and Kyrie Back Together Again

01/25/2019

As we have detailed in the past LeBron is the king of social media and more importantly sending subtle messages through social media. Dating back to the subtweet at Kevin Love that ultimately led to a championship, LeBron has sharpened his social media tools and today he took it to a whole new level.

Today, as he his prompt to do occasionally, LeBron posted a story of him singing along to a rap song on his instagram story. LeBron is known to do this to either support his friends in the hip-hop community or just share a song he finds motivational. Today, LeBron took it to a whole new level when he posted an instagram story of him singing along to the Fetty Wap song, Rewind

As if this were not enough to send the NBA world into his desired level of chaos, LeBron tagged former teammate and current Celtic, Kyrie Irving in the post. This comes a couple weeks after Kyrie Irving publicly admitted to apologizing to LeBron for how he handled the Cleveland exit. 

It seems LeBron and Kyrie may team up again in Los Angeles, will Anthony Davis join the party?



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