For some reason, NBA star LeBron James, who is worth hundreds of millions of dollars, decided to ride the subway in New York City. And while he was on the train, he began video-taping his ride. This annoyed at least one passenger, named James Michael Angelo, a real estate agent and comedian. Angelo said to James, “Can you not?” James later said he and some of his team mates took the subway because they thought their bus ride to the practice arena for their game against the Knicks later that day would take too long. Angelo apparently asked James three times to “watch his elbows,” but James claimed he didn’t hear him. As a result, Angelo shoved James and said the now famous phrase “Can you not?” On his video, you could hear James say, “This dude trippin’.” Later on Twitter, Angelo joked about what happened, and said, “I had no idea who LeBron James was because I don’t watch football,” at which point someone behind him corrected him. Angelo added in a mocking way, “I just want you to know that I’m coming for you.” So far, James has not responded.