Candace Owens KOs LeBron Before the Bell: ‘If You’re Suffering Racism, Give Me Some’

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If you thought Candace Owens eviscerated Cardi B — and she did — we need a new word for what she just did to LeBron James.

On Sunday’s Life, Life, Liberty, & Levin, Owens dunked on LeBron harder than he’s ever dunked on anyone in a league known as the NBA. 

Fox News transcribed: “[LeBron] who has spoken out about his “tough” life as a black man in America ‘lives in a one hundred million dollar mansion in Bel Air.'”

Owens then delivered the KO punch: “I always say, if you’re suffering through racism, please give me some of that.”

“He’s got a white gardener, a white chef, all various white people that work for him, white driver,” she continued. “So if that’s racism, LeBron, please, please share some of that with the rest of us.”

The annihilation continued:

“If I opened my inbox and showed you the amount of celebrities that have written to me privately, that silent majority that we’re always talking about, they’ve written to me and said, ‘I’m finally starting to see the truth. I can’t stand being in Hollywood. I’m not allowed to use my voice to say what I actually believe,” Owens adds.

Owens’ takedown of LeBron extended to her Twitter with the always-clever tag:

It is always great to see a verbal destruction of LeBron. He’s a fraud who divides the country with unproven claims that two minutes of research can debunk.

LeBron is a businessman, not an activist. For LeBron, brand-building comes before human rights. His defense of and silence on the Chinese Communist Party proves such.

Moving forward, if you see Candace Owens coming, stay out of the way. Cardi and LeBron, together, aren’t coming back from these first-round knockouts. 

Written by Bobby Burack

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  1. Candace is FAN-tastic!!!
    And she’s been toiling in the vineyard for many years…even when her voice wasn’t being heard.
    Now she has a platform and people are listening to her intellect and ideas, and I believe her efforts are starting to bear fruit and will continue to do so!!!

  2. She’s a leader and as MJ said, “Leadership has a price.” I watched her testify to Congress with her grandfather behind her. He looked completely content and so proud. He looked at his grandchild like I hope to look at mine. Highest compliment I can pay both of them.

  3. While I agree wholeheartedly that Cardi B and LeBron are not on the same intellectual level as Candice Owens, taking down those two seems off putting to me. Candice Owens shouldn’t have gotten into the dirt with idiots she could have just refuted their positions.

  4. Candace Owens is amazing!!!! And LeDouche (Bron) doesn’t have the balls to come back at her because he knows deep down that she is right! He is an empty, two-faced overly leftist “leader” who has no idea what it actually means to lead and fight for what is right.

  5. Honestly, do young people really admire LeBron? I mean, I know young black kids probably like him but what about everyone else? When I think back in high school I loved Magic, Dr. J,, Sidney Moncreif, , Moses Malone, etc it was on the court stuff that I heard about and talked about. If there was.a dude that said or did something foolish it tended to turn me off. I remember my opinion o Magic dipped when Paul Westhead was fired because it was evident he drove that. I got over it but LeBron says some dumb ass stuff ALOT. I mean, Moses Malone was no orator but you know what…he did not pretend to be. He did not say much. They were ball players, entertainers and kept it there. If Magic had started telling me how much of a bigot I was because I was white, I would’ve looked elsewhere. I wonder if LeBron is really that big or if it is largely media hype.

  6. No one around LeBron, even the billionaire owners who have spent time in the real world, ever pushes back on him or pulls him aside to suggest, “Hey King, you’ve got it twisted on a lot of what you say.” LeBron could have so much credibility speaking on the importance of black two-parent households, which he lives now but grew up without. He and the NBA could have so much credibility if they started their racial injustice virtue-signaling by asking all people, in encounters with law enforcement, to first obey laws and comply with officers.

    I’m not all-in with Candace citing the races of the domestic workers LeBron hires — so what if they were black chefs, housekeepers, trainers, landscapers, etc.? He still would be living the American dream and not suffering from “systemic racism.” Not sure why she felt she had to go there. But her overall takedown was excellent.

  7. Somebody needs to stand up to that loudmouth, two faced bs artist. He’s causing a lot of grief instead of helping kids understand reality. What if he were to suggest that obeying a lawful command by a LEO when stoped would be a good idea ? How many lives would that safe? Be part of the solution.
    Me personally, if I wanted someones opinion that chases balls, I’d ask my dog, but a lot of kids look up to him. Tell them how you make millions off of the back of chinese slave labor.

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