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According to Twitter, Beyoncé Has a Thing For King James

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If you’re not on Twitter, you definitely miss out some seriously hilarious moments.

So far, folks on the social networking platform have turned everything from Thanksgiving and cookouts with Black families, to political debates and TV shows into a collective belly laugh. As the NBA season winds down, this time around folks are having a little fun at the expense of Queen Bey and King James.

Make no mistake about it, Game 6 of the NBA finals was messy. Steph Curry hit a fan with his mouthpiece and got ejected from the game; LeBron James and Kyrie Irving took charge and led their team to a victory; and Ayesha Curry set the Internet on fire after claiming the game was rigged.

Off the court, things got super interesting when Twitter tried to insinuate there were some sparks between Mrs. Knowles Carter and Cleveland’s basketball god, LeBron James.

According to the twitterverse, when Beyoncé’s in town, LeBron shows out!

Check out some of the hilarity below.

While Twitter definitely had jokes, there’s no denying that Bey is “Dangerously in Love” with Hov, and LeBron is happily married to his high school sweetheart, Savannah. Both couples have been together for years, have beautiful children, and are serious Black Love #RelationshipGoals.

I mean, just look at the magic…

The Jameses 

Every man deserves a Queen! @mrs_savannahrj #LiveLaughLove

A photo posted by LeBron James (@kingjames) on

Awwww.

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