LeBron James asks why he isn’t being questioned about Jerry Jones picture?

Typically when something happens in Black America, especially involving athletes, the press loves to question LeBron James as if he’s the official spokesperson for an entire race of people. I’ve noticed and perhaps you did too; he isn’t typically asked about scandals involving white athletes. We now know that LeBron is aware, and he’s calling out members of the media in the process. He was definitely bombarded with questions about the Kyrie Irving antisemitism scandal, yet he wasn’t asked once about the controversial photo that was released of Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys.

In the photo, it shows Jones as a teenager watching White students attempting to block Black students from desegregating their Arkansas high school. Much to my surprise, LeBron called out the reporters to their face. “I got one question for you guys before you guys leave,” James said near the end of his post game interview.  “I was thinking when I was on my way over here. I was wondering why I haven’t gotten a question from you guys about the Jerry Jones photo. But when the Kyrie thing was going on, you guys were quick to ask us questions about that.” LeBron was basically hit with silence, which was answer enough.

Kyrie Irving was suspended recently for sharing a link on his social media page, that took you to advertising for a movie which many feel are anti-Semitic. Irving apologized, pledged $500,00 to charity, and was still suspended. So far, nothing has happened to Jerry Jones. Check out the story on our Kiss 107.1 Facebook page and leave your comments there! I want to know what you think!

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