LeBron James has enough Twitter followers to build a fairly large nation and, when he's not subtweeting his feelings like an overly dramatic 14-year-old, can channel that platform for good. Case-in-point, last week LeBron sent a post-Grammys message to TDE's CEO Anthony" Top Dawg" Tiffith to release Kendrick Lamar's untitled tracks:

This request carried considerably more weight than your average Twitter egg, and put the chief executive officer in a thinking mood:

And by now you probably know that that happened. Perhaps you think the timing is purely coincidental, but we'd say Top Dawg dispelled any notion of that with an Instagram post telling you where to send your gratitude, captioning it:"Yea muthafuckas KING KENDRICK returns 2nite.. Thank @kingjames for this.... #TDE":


Yea muthafuckas KING KENDRICK returns 2nite.. Thank @kingjames for this.... #TDE

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Here's several fans who actually expressed their appreciation towards LeBron, doing so in place of the far more common combination of misguided anger and hairline jokes:

Also, here are some ingrates who already want more:

SMH. Some people just can't recognize a win when they see it.

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