The New Space Jam Movie Has LeBron James Singing “You See Me, Hi Haters”

When the new Space Jam movie released in theaters and on HBO Max a few days ago, folks took to Twitter to share their thoughts. And as always, the reviews were torn.

Some hated it, some loved it. Nothing new there.

I got to see Space Jam: A New Legacy in advance of it’s release with my daughter at a LA screening, and well … if you ask me where I stand on the matter, I guess I agree with both teams! The movie itself wasn’t the greatest film in the world, but it was entertaining. Plus, my daughter enjoyed it, and as a parent, that’s really what matters when it comes to family films. All the other extras, are just “nice to have” so to speak.

But apparently some folks didn’t get the memo and bashed the film.

Along with LeBron’s performance.

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So when the box office numbers dropped, LeBron did what any of us probably would have done, and addressed the haters … publicly!

Simple and sweet, but surely enough, he got his message across!

Clearly Mr. James doesn’t care what folks think of him or his new movie! And I mean, if he’s already gotten paid for the gig, I don’t see why he would care. He’s not an actor, he’s a ball player. Folks have hated him since the beginning of time.

That’s never gonna change! Why care now?

If anything, we could all take a page out of LeBron’s self care book! F*ck the haters and what they think! Do you! ‘Cause no matter what you do, it’ll never be good enough for some folks. Including your own!

So whether your grown ass thinks the new Space Jam movie was a dub, or a straight masterpiece, doesn’t really matter. All that matters right now is how your kids feel, because ultimately, that’s who this movie was for in the first place.

And if they like it, I love it.

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Shaye is an Entertainment Writer from Brooklyn, NY and a big fan of anything and everything superpowers related (especially if kids/teens are involved), cooking + baking shows (like MasterChef Junior and Cupcake Wars), teen dramas, sitcoms, comedies, and legal dramas. When she's not binging the latest series on Netflix or writing, you can find her spilling her thoughts on the Brown Side of Disney Chat or creating YouTube videos with her daughter for their new family site, Popcorn and Tater Tots.

2 Comments

  • Eizan Wallace
    2 months ago Reply

    This is a fact!! LeBron always got haters. Such is written in the fabric of time itself. 😂😂

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