re: LeBron's "I ain't got no worries" speech: okay with it? (Posted on 6/21/13 at 8:23 am to subwaysteven)
quote: "I ain't got no worries"
quote: but LeBron came off as pretty arrogant just now. Thoughts?
When Doris Burke asked LeBron the question about outside scrutiny, if LeBron would have just said, "No worries." Would that have been a problem? That's generally thought of as an all-around positive expression.
I'm thinking the interpretation of arrogance is tied in with Lil Wayne's song.
reb13 Ole Miss Fan Oxford, MS Member since May 2010 9862 posts
re: LeBron's "I ain't got no worries" speech: okay with it? (Posted on 6/21/13 at 8:33 am to LanierSpots)
People on my timeline were talking about how what he said was arrogant and to be humble. Yet they are the biggest Jordan dick riders known to man. Arrogant means making presumptuous claims that you are great, he just won back to back titles and MVPs dude has earned it.
BilJ LSU Fan Shady's Member since Sep 2003 116849 posts
re: LeBron's "I ain't got no worries" speech: okay with it? (Posted on 6/21/13 at 8:39 am to AUsteriskPride)
I get not having a problem with it , but how can anyone say they loved the speech ? It was basically him just barely stringing together a bunch of random shite and then ending it with " I ain't got no worries"
re: LeBron's "I ain't got no worries" speech: okay with it? (Posted on 6/21/13 at 9:44 am to BilJ)
Not a LeBron fan, but have no issue with the speech. He is trying hard to come off as humble, and that's probably the best PR move given what his image has been over the last few years. But you're fooling yourself if you believe what he is saying. There is no way in hell that he doesn't care what others think about him. I get the feeling watching him that he is more concerned with not losing (and having to deal with the media backlash and all the legacy talk) as opposed to crushing the opponent. I could be way off, but that's the impression I get observing his mannerisms during crunch time.