LeBron James Is Chastised By The Inventor Of ‘Squid Game’ For Questioning The Finish

The creator of the "Squid Game," was enraged by James' harsh criticism of his effort.

When NBA superstar LeBron James severely rebuked the season-ending during a post-game press conference, the producer of the newest Netflix series phenomenon, “Squid Games,” had a few choice words for loyal watcher LeBron James.
James, the 36-year-old forward for the Los Angeles Lakers, had barely risen from the reporters’ table when he collided with teammate Anthony Davis, 28. While reporters looked on, the two came to a halt and talked about their favorite show, “Squid Game,” when they both slammed the series’ conclusion.

Hwang Dong-hyuk, the creator of the “Squid Game,” was enraged by James’ harsh criticism of his effort and responded by mocking the Los Angeles Lakers superstar’s film, Space Jam: A New Legacy. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 26 percent approval rating.
“Have you seen Space Jam 2?” says the narrator. James’ statements were met with a response from Dong-hyuk.
“LeBron James is cool and has the ability to say whatever he wants. That is something I admire. “I’m grateful he finished the series,” Dong-hyuk remarked.

Dong-hyuk was asked if he was thinking about rewriting the conclusion to appease James and Davis, as well as others who were upset.
Dong-hyuk remarked, “I wouldn’t change my finish.” “That’s the conclusion of my story.” Perhaps he could develop his own sequel if he has his own satisfying ending. I’ll have a look at it and perhaps send him a message saying, “I enjoyed your entire program except for the finish.”

Welp, okay.

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