LeBron James on Friday disregarded Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s complaint of his social activism and stated the AC Milan star’s remarks were hypocritical.

“He was the exact same man who said if he had been back in Sweden… since his last name was not a particular last name, he believed there was a racism going on if he was outside to the pitch,” James stated. “I speak out of a really educated head, so I am kinda the wrong man to really go at since I do my own homework”

“If I’d be that, trust me, they’d defend me if I’d rob a bank. They’d shield me, I tell you”

James was undeterred by Ibrahimovic’s stance and explained why he plans off-the-court problems in the way he does.

“I’d not shut up about things which are incorrect,” James said after the Lakers’ 102-93 win within the Trail Blazers on Friday night. “I think about my folks, and that I think about equality. Social injustice. Racism. Matters that go on in our neighborhood.

“Since I was part of my area at the same stage and saw what that was happening, and I understand what is happening still since I have a bunch of 300-plus children at my school who are going through precisely the exact same thing, and they require a voice. And I am their voice. I am their voice, and that I use my own system to continue to shed light on what which might be happening, not just in my area, but across this nation and around the world.

“So, there is no way I’d ever simply stick to athletics, since I know how this stage and how successful my voice would be.”

James went on to charge former WNBA player Renee Montgomery, that turned into a part-owner of this Atlanta Fantasy on Friday following the league put stress on former Sen. Kelly Loeffler, a Republican who compared WNBA gamers’ racial justice competitions last summer, to sell her share of the group.

“You can just ask Renee Montgomery, if I’d have closed up and only dribbled [what could have occurred ],” James stated, after referring to this two-time WNBA winner as a”lovely Black lady.”

“It makes me feel proud to be part of a creation where our voices have been heard and men are talking in an educated mindset,” James stated. “But what’s more, when you talk in the heart, it rings bells much louder.

“And we have got plenty of men speaking from the center which didn’t think they had a voice at the same point in time, or they’re coming to it and they see they may have a voice and their voice actually matters.

His Over a Vote company was also instrumental in mobilizing over 40,000 volunteers to work at polling centres in November’s general election in a bid to thwart voter suppression.

“As athletes, we have been hearing for quite a while,” James stated. “You ought to [sense ] privileged. You ought to be thankful to have the ability to dribble a basketball or run a soccer or be in a position to perform the 100-yard dashboard or have the ability to swing a baseball bat and matters of that character. You should not have the ability to talk about anything else, whether or not it is wrong or right, you should only do that. But that is not the situation. That is not true anymore. So long as I am about, it will not be true for quite a while.”