What’s up. Today we did a very comprehensive analysis of LeBron James’s Twitter activity. So let’s do it. First, the primary metrics: as of 2020-02-14, LeBron James (@KingJames) has 45168779 Twitter followers, is following 186 people, has tweeted 6874 times, has liked 144 tweets, has uploaded 567 photos and videos and has been on Twitter since March 2009.
Going from top to bottom, their latest tweet, at the time of writing, has 9 replies, 30 retweets and 300 likes, their second latest tweet has 13 replies, 52 reweets and 667 likes, their third latest tweet has 29 replies, 130 retweets and 1,241 likes, their fourth latest tweet has 28 replies, 187 retweets and 2,155 likes and their fifth latest tweet has 312 replies, 9,480 retweets and 82,642 likes. But we won’t bore you going through all these numbers 🙂
Going through LeBron James’s last couple pages of tweets (including retweets), the one we consider the most popular, having let to a very nice 2877 direct replies at the time of writing, is this:
That looks to have caused quite a bit of discussion, having also had 162960 retweets and 907950 likes.
Now what about LeBron James’s least popular tweet as of late (including any retweets)? We reckon it’s this one:
That only had 9 direct replies, 30 retweets and 300 likes.
We did a lot of of research into LeBron James’s Twitter activity, looking through what people keep saying in response to them, their likes/retweet numbers compared to the past, the amount of positive/negative responses and so on. We won’t go into that any more, so our verdict is this: we believe the online sentiment for LeBron James on Twitter right now is totally fine.
That’s it for now. Thanks for reading, and write a comment if you agree or disagree with me. However, we won’t publish anything overly rude.
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