Phoenix Suns star Chris Paul had his Twitter hacked, takes shots at LeBron James and the Lakers’ 2020 NBA Bubble Championship on Twitter
LeBron James and Chris Paul have been close friends for a long time. Two key parts of the famous banana boat crew. But, every once in a while, it seems CP3 isn’t against acting like the King is a bit of a stranger to him. The most recent example came in game-1 of the Lakers vs Suns series. During the match, after LeBron James missed a free throw, both CP3 and James went up together for the rebound, and while they were mid-air, the point god caught his close friend, causing the Lakers star to land awkwardly on his shoulder.
The chosen one was writhing on the ground with pain after the incident. Paul never once walked over to apologize, or even check up on the King. Things were starting to cool down since then. But recently, it seems the Suns’ star wanted to put the situation in the microwave for a tad bit. Let’ get into it.
Chris Paul throws some serious shade at the Lakers’ efforts to win the NBA championship last season
Chris Paul has always been vocal about what he means, even in the harshest of times. But, maybe his recent tweets were a bit too vocal, even with the players’ standards.
Chris Paul apparently had his Twitter account ‘hacked’, and the person in control put out some pretty controversial stuff. From commenting about ‘LeMickey and ADisney’, to mocking NBA 2K legend ‘Flight’. The hacker even mocked Chris Paul’s own name. One of the tweets even read out ‘Mickey Mouse ring’, mocking the Lakers’ Bubble Championship.
Chris Paul’s twitter has been hacked following Lakers-Suns Game 3.
So far over 30 tweets have been sent out. pic.twitter.com/Zi24mPOpre
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) May 28, 2021
There has still been no real confirmation on if his account had been hacked, as of now. It is expected that CP3 would announce what the situation really is very soon. Although, if it really was him, something tells us LeBron James and Anthony Davis might not be as big a fans as we are of the wordplay in the tweet.