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LeBron Met Cam After Championship Win

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@nolannawrocki Cam Newton was seen chatting it up with Lebron James last night, fake smile and all.  He showed up in his football cleats and kicked the security guy in his back after delivering a DDT on his ass, and snuck his way in.  I'm still mad and insecure.

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Even Lebron faps to Cam.

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He's a bad boy lol. Press will take that literal instead of praise

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in before "Lebron is recruiting Cam to play with Dolphins!!!"

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LeBron is massive...makes Cam look like a normal human being in terms of stature. 

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I wish I could be Cam Newton for a day, I would bang the baddest chicks all day long.

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LeBron is massive...makes Cam look like a normal human being in terms of stature. 

Yeah Cam looks like a kid next to Lebron. 

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Warren Moon and Lebron both called Cam Newton great on the same day....

 

It must be true.. it must be true...

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