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South Park did a number on LeBron


Before you watch the clip, if you have any understanding of South Park you should know who had the role od LeBron in the episode. Yep, it was Cartman. The episode had an equally scary issue at hand - vegans were involved. So Cartman had to stand up for what was right.

Cartman choking when saying "spiritually" gets me every time. When South Park does an episode on you, you know you did something wrong. This goes to show how impactful this situation has been. It went outside basketball and became a cultural and political issue. To an average person, not necessarily a basketball fan, LeBron is now a symbol of a sellout.

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