LeBron says he’s reading Malcom X, Jason Whitlock says “Inauthenticity is my problem with LeBron”

Taylor Rooks posted a video of her asking NBA star LeBron James about the biggest takeaway from the autobiography of Malcom X James said he was reading.

James said “It’s him understanding how powerful the negro can be. He uses that word a lot. But we have to unite and we have to to be together and we have to stand strong because there’s always going to be obstacles.”

He added “There’s always going to be things that’s going to be thrown at us where they try to weaken us, they try to make us feel like we’re not kings and queens and it’s going to come from all different races and all different shapes and sizes and things of that nature.”

Jason Whitlock of Outkick in response to this video wrote “Inauthenticity is my problem with LeBron. His headfirst dive into politics and social justice warrioring has made him as phony an athlete as we’ve ever seen. He’s a full-blown politician willing to say and do anything to advance an agenda.”

Whitlock continued “After his servants told him vandals spray-painted the n0-word on the gate of his $20 million Brentwood, California mansion, the dude compared himself to Emmett Till’s mother. LeBron never saw the graffiti. Neither did police. LeBron’s servants removed it before police could investigate. LeBron was in Ohio at the time of the alleged crime. Emmett Till was a 14-year-old child brutally murdered in Mississippi. Spray paint is equivalent to murder?”

Whitlock also reminded everyone “what Malcolm X said about the political puppet masters controlling black celebrities.”

He wrote:

“The worst enemy that the negro have is this white man that runs around here drooling at the mouth professing to love negroes and calling himself a liberal, and it’s following these white liberals that has perpetuated the problems that negros have. If the negro wasn’t taken, tricked or deceived by the white liberal, then negros would get together and solve our own problems.”