According to ESPN.com, LeBron said he just wanted people "to see what type of words that are said toward me and towards us as professional athletes."
Stars like LeBron expect to be treated with kid gloves by those around them.
Gone are the days when celebrities were protected from the harsh realities of life by their handlers and publicists who monitored all forms of communications between their star clients and the public.
Two nights ago, R&B Diva Monica announced to the world that she was quitting Twitter after being bullied by a psycho who frequently targets urban celebrities on Twitter.com.
Monica's BFF Keyshia Cole was able to convince Mo to make her Twitter page private. But the problem won't end there.
Ironically, Twitter.com claims to have a policy in place for dealing with harassment. Maybe they will put that policy into action one day.