“YOU’RE NEXT.” LeBron James Deletes Tweet Targeting Ohio Police Officer

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NBA star LeBron James is facing criticism after he targeted the Ohio cop who shot and killed Ma’Khia Bryant, saying, “YOU’RE NEXT” in a since-deleted tweet.

James posted the threatening message along with a photo of Columbus Police Officer Nicholas Reardon, identified as the cop who shot the 16-year-old during a domestic dispute on Tuesday.

LeBron James’ now-deleted tweet.

“YOU’RE NEXT,” the woke basketball star wrote, followed by a drawing of an hourglass. “#ACCOUNTABILITY,” Fox News reported Wednesday.

James later deleted it, Fox said.

Police bodycam footage released by Columbus officials shows Bryant scuffling with two other girls, and lunges at one of them with what appears to be a knife in her hand, the New York Post reported.

That’s when Reardon is seen firing four rounds, dropping the teen to the ground mortally wounded. She later died at a local hospital,” the Post reported.